NFL Pro Football 2015 Seattle Seahawks Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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The 2014 Seattle Seahawks concluded play in the regular season with a record of 12-4 and were NFC West champions. In the playoffs they defeated the Carolina Panthers 31-17 in the divisional round and in overtime they came from behind to beat the Green Bay Packers 28-22 in the NFC Championship Game. In the Super Bowl a late Russell Wilson interception at the Patriots goal line cost Seattle a championship as New England won 28-24.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the Seattle Seahawks lined to win 11 games with over the total lined at -135 odds and under the total of 11 games returning +105 odds.

The big news for the Seattle Seahawks is they locked in their starting quarterback Russell Wilson long term with a huge contract. He looks to overcome a mistake of epic size in the Super Bowl. In 2014 Wilson hit on 63% of his throws with 20 touchdowns and 7 picks. The numbers on paper are not overly impressive because the Seahawks likes to run the clock by rushing and shorten the game for their outstanding defense. When Seattle needs a big play late in games from their quarterback, Wilson has shown the ability to get the job done as his clutch play makes him very valuable. Marshawn Lynch enters his tenth year in the league. The 29 year old ran for 1306 yards last year and had 4.7 yards per carry average which was a ½ yard better than 2013. He is an underrated weapon in the passing game. Lynch caught 37 passes for 367 yards and four touchdowns last year. A huge move for Seattle in the offseason was signing Jimmy Graham a tight end from the New Orleans Saints. Graham is a huge target and will be a threat in the red zone for Seattle. A big adjustment for Graham will be his ability to block in the Seahawks run game. The Saints struggled in that era during Graham’s tenure with New Orleans. Seattle was the number one defense in 2014. They were first in total defense by allowing just 267 yards per game. Opponents could score only 15.9 points per game against Seattle ranking best in the NFL.

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