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    The Better Special Teams??

    Ours aren't very special, but neither are Seattle's:

    Kickoff Return Avg. - Seahawks 21.8 (15th), Rams 21.3 (17th), NFL Avg. 22.5

    Punt Return Avg. - Seahawks 3.9 (32nd), Rams 4.9 (28th), NFL Avg. 7.7

    Net Punt Avg. - Seahawks 37.3 (26th), Rams 37.4 (25th), NFL Avg. 39.5

    FG Pct. - Seahawks 66.7 (27th), Rams 87.5 (13th), NFL Avg. 81.3

    I'd say we've got the overall edge here. Bet we won't be able to say that very often.


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    Re: The Better Special Teams??

    The numbers look bad for both teams. Our FG% is the only thing between both teams that’s above the average. Thank God for money (Wilkins).

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    Re: The Better Special Teams??

    Punt Return Avg. - Seahawks 3.9 (32nd), Rams 4.9 (28th), NFL Avg. 7.7
    I like Mc D as our forth wide out, but we have to get a playmaker for PR soon.

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    Re: The Better Special Teams??

    That might be true but no mater if we get a playmaker or not our guys have to block better on returns. I think our guys are doing a bad job of blocking for our punt and kick off returners. I saw one play were a guy ran the length of the field full speed no one from our team touched him and our guy got jacked up.

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