The Seahawks limited the Chiefs to just 108 yards through the air, and kept them off the field for 36 minutes of gametime, but the Chiefs just wore down the Seahawks otherwise. The Chiefs rushed for 190 yards and three rushing touchdowns, overcoming a pair of fumbles lost to the Seahawks defense.
The Seahawks' defense isn't quite as fearsome as it once was, though Sunday's game was just the second in the last six in which they did not come away with double figures in Fantasy scoring. They will look to reach that level again in Week 12, with the Cardinals on the schedule.
In an interview on 710 AM ESPN Radio Seattle,
The Seahawks will face the Chiefs in Week 11.
When speaking about
Chancellor has registered 47 combined tackles along with one interception and one forced fumble this season.
Coming off a season-best performance at Carolina in Week 8, the
Granted, they got a touchdown on an interception return, which really upped their point total in Fantasy, but they also gave up just 226 yards despite allowing 24 points. They had a second interception, a fumble recovery and a sack.
The Seahawks have been lacking in sacks this season, recording just 11 in all, and their two interceptions nearly doubled their season total. Still, they took advantage of a favorable matchup, which is something they hadn't done all season, and looked good for a second straight week.
The Seahawks DST is once again looking like a must-start Fantasy unit for Week 10 against the Giants.
The Panthers offense managed just 266 yards of total offense Sunday, as the Seahawks looked more like the unit we have come to know. They forced a pair of turnovers and sacked quarterback Cam Newton en route to 15 Fantasy points.
The Seahawks have scored in double figures in Fantasy points just three times this season, though two of those efforts have come in the last three weeks. They will look to carry the momentum forward to Week 9 against the Raiders.