Originally written October 10, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Just as the New England Patriots appear to be firing on all cylinders both offensively and defensively, now they must travel to Seattle to face not only the 11 Seahawks on the field, but the "12th man" in the stands. CenturyLink Field is known for being one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL, and this will be a new challenge for Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who missed the team's first game there in 2008 because he was out with a knee injury. Brady is used to shutting up loud fans in various stadiums with his performance on the field, and he would like to add another accomplishment to his resume Sunday when the Seahawks host the Patriots. "That's the fun part of being on the road," Brady said. "There's nothing better than being on the road, like in Buffalo a few weeks ago, and there were more of our fans at the end than their fans. We've done it in Pittsburgh. We've done that in some very loud environments. "This place will...
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