Seattle Seahawks: Bold prediction, Hawks finish season 11-5

Doug Baldwin, Seattle Seahawks. (Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images)
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Week 10 at Los Angeles Rams

Seattle will travel to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and a game with the Rams, for the second time this season. The Seahawks lost by two points to L.A. at home, in game five. This will still be fresh in their minds and the Seahawks can learn from what they saw in the first matchup.

The Seahawks were able to rush Goff, get pressure and take him to the ground. Even if it wasn’t a sack, the pressure took its toll on him throughout the game. If Seattle figures out how to limit Gurley, something few teams have done, the Seahawks will hand Los Angeles their first loss of the season. Record 5-4

Week11 vs. Green Bay

The Green Bay Packers come to town on a short week, for Thursday Night Football and color rush uniforms. It will be a fun game to watch folks. Every 12 knows the recent history these teams have with each other.

There have been memorable moments such as the 2004 playoff game in Green Bay, that went into overtime. Seattle QB Matt Hasselbeck won the coin toss and said “we want the ball, we’re going to score” and then threw an interception to lose.

On the positive side, there was the 2014 NFC Championship Game when Seattle made one of the biggest comebacks in franchise history to take the victory and go to the Super Bowl. Get your popcorn ready for this game because it is going to be a high scoring and the Seahawks come away with the victory. Record 6-4.

Week 12 at Carolina

Seattle flies across the country to face the Carolina Panthers and renew their rivalry. The Seahawks and Panthers have had some great defensive battles, in the past. This will be one of those games where it will be low scoring and turnovers will be the key. The game will come down to a turnover by the Seahawks that Carolina takes advantage of, for the victory. Record 6-5.