"I don't care about them (Seahawks) being a top defense, they don't bother me," Blount said. "They were good enough to get here, just like we were good enough to get here. They're not immortal, they can be beat."
Blount will play a key role Sunday in attacking the Seahawks' defense. Despite big-hitting safeties Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas, and linebackers Bobby Wagner and Bruce Irvin, the New England Patriots' running back is confident he can move the ball against the NFL's No. 3 rush defense in the regular season.
Blount didn't stick to analyzing the Seahawks' on-field matchup, but also commented on the perception that Seattle's young players like the media spotlight.
After Tuesday's comments, we'll guess Blount will be a topic of some those talks in the near future.