Sep 24, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Clinton McDaniel and defensive end Red Bryant (79) celebrate during the game against the Green Bay Packers at CenturyLink Field. The Seahawks defeated the Packers 14-12. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

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The Seahawks are a rare home underdog for this Sunday’s game vs the Patriots. Vegas seems to think it’ll be a close game. Ex-Seahawk and Patriot does agree. He said on First Take this morning that the Pats will will by 3 touchdowns.

Ultimately, this game is about strength and strength. The Seahawks have the best defense in league, and the Patriots are currently sporting the best offense. It the type of #1 vs #1 matchup that we rarely get in any sport, on any stage. It should be a compelling game, no matter what.

How does the 12th Man factor into the final result? We already know that CenturyLink is the loudest stadium in the NFL, but what we haven’t figured out is how loud that stadium can get when the opposing team’s QB starts taking shots at the crowd with sound bites like trying to take the 12th Man out of the game, and  “to see if you can get their fans to start booing their own players.”

Will the Seahawks upset Tom Brady and the Patriots on Sunday?

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  • Paul V. Suffriti

    Seattle’s defense has played extremely well against mediocre offenses with probably the exception of Green Bay, and they were more one-dimensional with a good passing game and not much of a running game. This will be a true test for Seattle’s defense. The Pats offense may be fast and the Seattle’s defense is also fast but there is a factor that will come into play. Seattle’s defensive strength comes from personnel changes in situational downs. This is key to their success especially on third down. The Pats offense will limit Seattle’s ability to make changes with the “no huddle” fast pace offense. Brady will exploit the personnel Seattle has on the field. Seattle’s defense will not control the tempo of the game with Brady reading and reacting to the personnel Seattle has on the field. Seattle’s defense will keep it close but their offense will not be able to win this game, Pats by 4