Marshawn Lynch will take on the Bills for the first time since they traded him to Seattle in 2010.
John Snyder: Seahawks 27-10
Seattle tops Buffalo in almost every main position. Russell Wilson is playing great and coming off the 59-0 won against the cardinals, the defense is the X factor. Even without some of the top corners, Richard Sherman is a stud and will cause Fitzpatrick and Stevie Johnson.
Rob Quinn: Seahawks 27-13
I’ve completely lost faith in the Bills as far as the 2012 season is concerned. Chan Gailey is in way over his head in terms of game managing abilities, and it has cost the team games. With Eric Wood, Chris Hairston, and Fred Jackson sidelined, Ryan Fitzpatrick was under pressure against the Rams, and the Seahawks have a better defense than St. Louis. Even without Brandon Browner in the secondary, Richard Sherman might be the best cornerback in the NFL at this moment. Combined with safeties Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor, that makes for arguably the best secondary in the league. On offense, rookie quarterback Russel Wilson has been a surprise all year long, leading his team to quite a few unexpected victories. Marshawn Lynch will probably have another monster game and end the streak of games the Bills defense has of not allowing a 100 yard performance on the ground.
Ryan Talbot: Seahawks 20-13
The Bills defense does enough to win another game, but Ryan Fitzpatrick throws a costly pick-six early in the second half that seals our fate. I will go on the record and say that if C.J. Spiller gets 25 carries, the Bills win this game.
Mike Bundt: Seahawks 24-21
I really think the Bills can win this game, almost decided to pick them in an upset. I love the way Buffalo’s D-line has been playing lately and if their offense can step up, this game will be close.
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