2013 Week 8 MNF 5* NFL Pick: Seahawks -13 #nflonedotcom

[Seahawks/RAMS] If only Bradford had not been injured. Instead the Seahawks, 3-1 ATS Away, 5-0-1 ATS on Monday Night, arrive to face off with the Rams, who arrive 1-4 ATS as Underdogs this year; one of only a a handful teams to ever arrive Underdogs of 11 or more points on Monday Night. Former Jets quarterback, Clemons, who arrives with a 62.2 career passer rating, will be unable to go toe-to-toe with Wilson, 97.2 rating, and Lynch, who has already powered an impressive 578 yards. Tied for 2nd at +7 in turnover ratio, look for early mistakes by Clemons and Co to put this one out of reach.

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  1. LOSER – Seahawks 14, RAMS 9 – St. Louis, MO (SportsNetwork.com) – Seattle’s defense came up with a goal-line stand in the final seconds, which allowed the Seahawks to sneak out of St. Louis with a 14-9 victory. The Rams and veteran backup Kellen Clemens, who made his 13th career NFL start, started from their own 3-yard line with 5:42 to play. Clemens led St. Louis down to the Seattle 1-yard line. Rams running back Daryl Richardson was stopped on third down, and Clemens followed with an incomplete pass to Brian Quick as time expired. Seattle’s dominant defense allowed the team to pick up its fourth road win of the season. The Seahawks haven’t won four games away from home since 2006. The single-season franchise record is five, set in 1984 and matched in 2005. Seattle’s offense, which came into Monday’s contest averaging 27.3 points per game, was limited to 135 total yards of offense. The lone star on that side of the ball was Golden Tate, who caught five passes for 93 yards and two touchdowns.

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