Golden Tate Goes Beast Mode On Sean Lee

  • Austin Peat

This is yet another opportunity to call out the replacement refs as they missed a huge illegal block delivered to Sean Lee from Golden Tate, one of Seattle’s many hopeful playmakers.

This week Seattle’s entire team can take on the title ‘Beast Mode’ as they smash a Cowboys team who looked great in their opener against the Super Bowl champion New York Giants. Their success would not carry over as they were beat in every phase of the game Sunday. Russel Wilson has an impressive 112.7 passer rating, completing 15 of 20 with 1 touchdown. He showed great poise in the pocket, kept upright, and made some good decisions. Marshawn Lynch broke over a hundred yards rushing with a touchdown of his own, and 6 different receivers jumped into the mix with 151 team reception yards. Seattle’s special teams even got 6 in this game. Seattle executed a complete game against an inconsistent Dallas Cowboys team.

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3 Responses to Rock Solid: Top 5 fantasy defenses and special teams for week 2

  • payton is off the hook. SUPER BOWL? great quaterback.

  • payton, great quaterback, SUPERBOWL? YEA!

  • Brick-hand Sanders from the Steelers? Is Manning a receivers coach now? Manning was on his game. Weren’t the Chargers without their starting corners? Still played great. Broncos defense stuffing the Chargers running game was impressive. That 30 yarder floated in there nice. Is it me or does Peyton’s passes look like a 30 yard bomb? That crap won’t work in the playoffs when Ravens defenders are used to practicing against Flacco who throws 70-yarders.

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