It’s been a long time since our beloved boys in pewter and crimson have played a game in November as big as this weeks match up with the Seattle Seahawks.

Usually this time of year we are scanning the college rosters for our potential high draft picks. But, pill this year could be different-and I think it is.

We are playing a team fresh off a big win against the Eagles. We are coming off a big win against a team that hadn’t lost at home in almost two years.

Our quarterbacks are both evenly matched-Russell Wilson throwing for a few more yards (with a more seasoned Receiver corps I may add) but Jameis Winston has a higher quarterback completion rating. Both QB’s are a threat when pressured to scramble.

Both teams Special Teams struggled early but are playing improved football. The Buccaneers are getting healthy as Seattle loses it’s starting Running Back C. J. Prosise to injury.

Seattle at home has the huge advantage against virtually anybody when playing at home, find with its crowd noise-“12th Man” dynamic-but this game is in Tampa. Pete Carroll has the years under his belt compared to his rival in first year Head Coach Dirk Koetter. So who really has the upper hand?

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