Frank: 23-16, Seahawks- I have take the Bills to win the last few weeks because they should have won. They choked out the Colts pretty well and did the same to the Rams. They beat up on the Jags too, but the Jags are really bad. However, I don't see a world in which the Bills win this game. Between Seattle's defense and the injuries to the Bills' line, the offensive attack could seriously struggle. I can see the defense continuing their strong play, but if the string of three and outs I expect to see goes down as it should, the Buffalo defense will be gassed early in the second half.
Michael Necci: Seattle 6 Blue Jays 2-Look for Felix Hernandez to go 8 with 10+ K's.
Jason G.: 27-13, Seahawks- If I remember correctly, I've gotten the winner of the Bills' game wrong only twice this year. The Tennessee game, and last week's game with St. Louis. Easily their two dumbest losses of the season. The two losses that have crushed any playoff hopes for 2012. The two losses that should be nails into the coffin of Chan Gailey's tenure as Bills Head Coach. None of this has anything to do with playing Seattle in this year's neutral-site extravaganza (Presented by Rogers!), but so what? Fun Giveaway Idea: If Chan makes three (3) obvious-to-even-a-Fox News-viewer level blunders, everyone in the house gets free pie from Pizza Pizza. Note: Calling more plays in the redzone for Tashard Choice, and NOT calling plays in the redzone for C.J. Spiller do in fact count as just 1 blunder, not 2.
Alex Jank: 27-10 Seahawks-Beast mode, eh?
Fake Darcy: Bills win 9-4 and keep up hopes for a heroic run to 8th.
Brandon: Seahawks 29, Bills 20 -Every time Russel Wilson completes a pass, I'll be reminded of how inept the Buffalo Bills franchise is. At least that whole Marshawn Lynch trade worked out alright… er… well, okay. How cool would it have been to have Wilson, Marshawn and C.J. Spiller in the same backfield? Because that could've been a thing once. For the record, I'm setting the over/under on C.J.'s carries at 15. I dare you to take the over.
Aaron: 23-10, Seahawks- Come on top-5 pick!
Derek: 21-10, Seahawks– Outside of last week, the Seahawks have not been an overly potent offensive group (21st in yards/game and 15th in points/game), they get by on their defense (3rd in yards/game, 2nd in points/game). I expect that to continue again this week, Buffalo's defense will play reasonable well but the offense won't be able to put up enough points to win the game.
Mike Tracz: Bills 97, Seahawks 0- How do I hate thee, Seattle? Let me count the ways (and a certain Skittles-loving running back who runs over linebackers and pedestrians for fun and profit doesn't have much to do with it, although I won't deny that I dislike Lynch's success out there). You won't stop whining about bad calls in Super Bowl XL after seven long years. Both of your starting cornerbacks are roided-up cheaters who hold on every friggin' play and are gaming the system to ensure the Seahawks won't have to be without both of them for four straight weeks. You employ Pete Carroll, the poster boy for rats leaving sinking ships, a cheater who skipped out on USC when it became apparent that the NCAA was about to drop the hammer for recruiting violations. Your hideous uniforms would be embarrassing for an XFL franchise to wear. You retired the number 12 and raise a flag in its honor before every game like you invented the concept on the 12th man. Seriously, Seattle? The Bills recognized the 12th man before you even had 12 fans in the stands! And finally, is anyone but a Chickenhawks fan going to argue that they're still owed some cosmic retribution for a stolen win against Green Bay that's impacting the NFC playoff race? I hope Fitz throws six TDs and Spiller runs for six more.
Joe: 24-9, Hawks- A part of me thinks this game will be close on the merrits of the time zone difference. You always hear how teams traveling from the west coast struggle when they come to the East Coast. However, something tells me that playing against the Buffalo Bills are the perfect remedy of curing Jet leg.
Chris: Seahawks, 23-16- I have taken the Bills to win the last few weeks because they should have won. They choked out the Colts pretty well and did the same to the Rams. They beat up on the Jags too, but the Jags are really bad. However, I don't see a world in which the Bills win this game. Between Seattle's defense and the injuries to the Bills' line, the offensive attack could seriously struggle. I can see the defense continuing their strong play, but if the string of three and outs I expect to see goes down as it should, the Buffalo defense will be gassed early in the second half. I'm taking the