Found October 14, 2012 on Football Nation:
I've already picked an upset and watched an upset this week, but I am feeling another one coming.I've been on the Seahawks bandwagon for a while (I picked them over my Cowboys here and the Packers here).  I believe in their defense, and I believe in Marshawn Lynch (especially when he goes for 1/4 of the price of Ray Rice after almost matching Rice's stats last year).  However, this week goes beyond jumping on a bandwagon.Marcus Trufant has been a longtime starter for the Seahawks, going all the way back to 2003 (you know, before they reached the Super Bowl).  He is more than capable of limiting Wes Welker from the slot, even if he's no longer talented enough to shut Welker down.Then there is the STARTING corners in Seattle- Brandon Browner and Richard Sherman.  Both are above six feet tall, both are above 200 pounds, and both are excellent at press coverage on the line of scrimmage.  Seattle may very well have the only corners in the league that can physically match ...
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