Time to make our call on Sunday’s Seattle-Minnesota game.
Frankly, I don’t think the Seahawks should have a real tough time in this one.
Minnesota really struggles throwing, and will so even more against the Seattle defense.
The Seahawks, meanwhile, appeared to have largely solved their run defense issues last week against Atlanta.
Adrian Peterson will be a much stiffer test. But as was proven last year, he can’t win it by himself.
If Seattle avoids turnovers (which really was the main reason the Tampa Bay game was as tight as it was) and doesn’t let the Vikings special teams units do anything, then this game should be about what the spread indicates — a two-touchdown or so Seahawks win.
I’m calling it, Seattle 31-13.
Now you can let us know what you think: