Found November 20, 2011 on 12th Man Rising:
Last week I posted that 12th Man Rising was looking for new Staff Writers. The following article was submitted by Jake, who going to be joining us. I had hoped to get him set up in time for him to post this article himself, but it appears that isn’t going to happen so I’m posting this form him.Without stating the obvious, here are five keys to victory in the upcoming Seahawks game in St. Louis vs. the Rams:1: Win time of possession.This is a lot easier said than done for this Seahawks team. In the 9 games they have played this season they have only won this battle twice, against Dallas and Baltimore, and only by seconds in Dallas. This is achieved, obviously, by running the football effectively, limiting turnovers and penalties, and playing good defense. It will be interesting to see if Marshawn Lynch will get his third straight 100 yard rushing game in light of the injuries to the right side of the line (sigh). Also, in 13 career games, the most against any team in his career, Rams...
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