NFL Pro Football 2017 Seattle Seahawks Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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The 2016 Seattle Seahawks finished off play in the regular season with a record of 10-5-1 which was good enough to win the NFC West title. They failed to secure a critical first round bye in the playoffs following a Week 16 loss at home to the Arizona Cardinals 34-31 that catapulted the Atlanta Falcons into the number two seed in the playoffs and drop the Seahawks to number three. Seahawks drew Detroit at home in the NFC Wildcard game and won 26-6 as an 8 point favorite. The following week Seattle had to travel to Atlanta in the divisional round of the playoffs and lost 36-20 as an 8 ½ point underdog ending their season. Had the Seahawks defeated Arizona on that home date in Week 16 they would have had home field advantage in the Divisional Round game. It turned out to be the only loss at home for Seattle on the year.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Seattle Seahawks lined at 10 ½ wins with both the over and under the total returning -115 odds.

The Seahawks were below .500 team on the road last season. The defense struggled in pass defense in losses at New Orleans, Green Bay and Tampa Bay. It was an offensive struggle as well for Seattle as they are held to ten points or fewer in four of their road games. In Week 2 the Seahawks traveled to the LA Rams and lost 9-3. With the retirement of Marshawn Lynch we saw the Seattle run game tumble down to 25th in the NFL. Their leading rusher in 2016 was Christine Michael who ran for 469 yards. Quarterback Russell Wilson threw for 21 touchdowns and 11 picks. It was 13 fewer touchdown passes than in 2015. Seattle is looking to get younger on the defensive side of the ball as they draft four defensive players with their first five picks in the draft. To help get their run game going the team signed veteran Eddie Lacy in free agency.

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