Reese Waters on if Seattle Has a Chance vs. Denver’s Offense
Reese Waters of Bleacher Report joined Jeff Thurn on Wednesday's edition of Overtime live from Radio Row in New York City.
Waters is a Bleacher Report correspondent and a former comedian. He used to host UNITE on ESPNU.
Waters on if Seattle has a chance against Denver's offense:
"People have said a lot how it will come down to Denver's offense vs. Seattle's defense. My personal football experience is I grew up in Washington D.C. as a Redskins fan, and went through a time of embarrassment. So I watched Ravens games, and watched teams with dominant defenses and it's frustrating with offense limited because defense has to play a perfect game. So, if Seahawks come out and play lights out for two and a half quarters. Denver can't get anything going off the ground, and they go into fourth quarter and only have a 10-o lead, or 13-0, you are going to have play lights out for four straight quarters. Seattle is capable, but they can't have any missed assignments, busted coverage or injury happen during a play. The margin of error is just so slim for Seattle."
Waters on the match-up:
"It's the most interesting match-up. Going into the season, these were the two teams."
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