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Stephen Brashear
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Source stay the course and became more of the defense so we got used to in an previous seasons a little bit more dominant and they were feeding off that they effectiveness he often so so every that that put the concert you one of those two of those units working together really showed up the latter half of the season to my think it's gonna say the Vikings are a team that would struggle to come back from a big deficit so I think it's important the Seahawks take out sooner leave an you Tommy Pham run a wrong here you're simply the state Teddy Bridgewater if you'll beat us God bless you were gonna in for one thing starting this game and that's a stop Adrian Peterson oh absolutely so they would love to put the game in Teddy Bridgewater fans that that would this and that that would be in terms of the perfect scenario I think Seattle with would love to get up by you know ten thirteen points and then be able to say okay Teddy throw you way to a victory when you're a degree down you're you're receiver can feel anything i I that stopping Adrian Peterson is gonna be absolutely be number one priority and he did a made a really good job a bit in the first game When they played just over about a month ago they held and 18 kick 18 yards but he only caught stealing any Carrie in an everyone this week with going inwith beat with high DAV certainly gonna get the ball in his hands for more than eight times on Sunday but you're right I mean if if Seattle team can get up early if they can keep this office of you know fall going an an hit a couple scorers early on in an put you know Minnesota an inept significant deficit that just lessons opportunities fur Adrian Peterson have the ball in his hands and but even more pressure on Teddy Bridgewater so that put Seattle that would be BF's imperfect scenario Jimmy matching zero degrees in Minnesota watching cold weather football especially when I'm sitting on my couch what the heat on my refrigerator and know why the my bathroom how all that whether a fast Russell Wilson and the Seahawks saw fence i you know it's it's one the great questions because that's just the week we don't see that kind of whether are here it's just it's just not what we get in the Pacific Northwest I think it's down into you know into the 20 in the Seattle area the really very rare occurrence they only sort of you know go I begin take on is last year in Kansas City they played into what I believe there's twenty one degree temperature twenty-three degree temperatures Anna be in a game they that they lost a bit but everything sort of function with the way that they you know intended to there were no great you know problem that popped up become become the weather that they but I mean that has nothing compared compared you were degrees in an they you know I do I do think it'll have some sort of like I don't think this is gonna be the previous game in the World and it is I think something is it the team turned into a blowout I think I'd be I'd be really surprised because you know way I think the weather skinny equalize things a little bit I still think Seattle is is the better team and should give our there with a victory but I I do think it's this is gonna be more of a grinder sorted game rather than be you know the 38 the seven blowout that we saw a month ago when they when they played no CBS Sports Radio.