The Seattle Seahawks are in the Midwest for an early game against the 6-3 Kansas City Chiefs in Week 11.
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Both teams are riding season-high winning streaks: Seattle’s is at three games while Kansas City’s is at four and both teams need a victory to keep their playoff hopes alive.
The Seahawks need a win on Sunday to keep pace with the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC West and the Chiefs could use a statement win of their own to stay with the Denver Broncos in the AFC West.
The Chiefs are a much better team than they are usually given credit, but what weapons have led them to a 6-3 record?
Well, their secondary is the best in the business, allowing only 205 opposing passing yards per game. To compliment that, the offense is led by Jamaal Charles and Knile Davis who have helped the Chiefs compile more than 135 yards per game on the ground.
Kansas City’s style of play is very similar to the Seahawks in that they rely on the run game, rather than the passing game, and have a solid secondary with a decent run defense to boot.
Seattle has the advantage at run defense though and probably have a better chance of stopping Charles than Kansas City has of stopping Marshawn Lynch.
However, the game is in Kansas City and this will be a notorious early start game for the team from the Pacific Northwest.
Will Beast Mode lead the way to another Seahawks win and a 7-3 record with the Cardinals next on the schedule? Or will the Chiefs take the cake and hurt Seattle’s playoff chances with only a few games left to go in the regular season?
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