Week 16 at Kansas City
Sunday Night Football, this will be the biggest challenge the Seahawks face to keep their playoff hopes alive. They will be walking into Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Chiefs. Kansas City is one of three NFL teams Wilson is yet to beat.
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This will be where we see how well the Hawks defense holds up against “Showtime” Patrick Maholmes. This kid has been amazing up to this point of the season. He shows no fear when facing other elite quarterbacks in the NFL. But unfortunately, he will lose this game in the cold at home. Seattle controls the game with their ground attack and keeps Mahomes off the field long enough to pull out a win. Record 10-5
Week 17 vs. Arizona
The Grand Finale is against division rivals Arizona. In the past, the Seahawks and Cardinals have traded stadiums. The Hawks win in Arizona and the Cardinals win in Seattle, but not this time. Cards QB Josh Rosen will be looking at Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark to help him up because Clark will spend more time in the backfield than Rosen’s running backs.
Seattle will win this game easily by the hard play of their offensive line. They will give Willson enough time in the pocket to throw as well as opening lanes for the running backs. If the Hawks get far enough ahead, Brett Hundley might get some snaps. The win will clinch a playoff berth for the Seahawks. Final Record 11-5
With the passing of owner Paul Allen, the Seattle Seahawks will be playing with heavy hearts the remainder of this season. They will show the Allen family that Seattle is where the team belongs with the 12s firmly behind them. RIP Paul, you will be missed in Seattle and your legacy will live on by your Seahawks making the playoffs.