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Seattle Seahawks

Stadium: CenturyLink Field | Coach: Pete Carroll
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense9th175.3 (1st)201.9 (29th)
Defense1st84.1 (3rd)184.5 (1st)

Last Game

Sun, December 21
University of Phoenix Stadium
Seattle Seahawks
Arizona Cardinals

Game Leaders

Passing: R. Wilson (20-31, 339)
Rushing: M. Lynch (10-113)
Receiving: L. Willson (3-139)

Passing: R. Lindley (18-44, 216)
Rushing: S. Taylor (11-19)
Receiving: J. Brown (3-54)


Thu Sep 4
W 36 - 16GB
Sun Sep 14
L 30 - 21at SD
Sun Sep 21
W 26 - 20DEN
Mon Oct 6
W 27 - 17at WAS
Sun Oct 12
L 30 - 23DAL
Sun Oct 19
L 28 - 26at STL
Sun Oct 26
W 13 - 9at CAR
Sun Nov 2
W 30 - 24OAK
Sun Nov 9
W 38 - 17NYG
Sun Nov 16
L 24 - 20at KC
Sun Nov 23
W 19 - 3ARI
Thu Nov 27
W 19 - 3at SF
Sun Dec 7
W 24 - 14at PHI
Sun Dec 14
W 17 - 7SF
Sun Dec 21
W 35 - 6at ARI
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 28


San Francisco7-8-01-4-0
St. Louis6-9-02-3-0
Seahawks OT Russell Okung due back at practice on Wednesday
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told reporters that tackle Russell Okung is expected to return to practice on Wednesday, according to 710 AM ESPN Radio in Seattle. Okung was unable to play Sunday night at Arizona due to a chest injury. His status remains up in the air for Week 17 at home against St. Louis.

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Seahawks unsure if Jermaine Kearse will play regular season finale
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told reporters he's unsure if wide receiver Jermaine Kearse will play Week 17 against St. Louis, according to the Everett Herald.

Kearse left Week 16 against Arizona with a hamstring injury. He caught one pass for 8 yards before leaving the contest. Through 15 games, Kearse has 38 catches for 537 yards and one touchdown. Paul Richardson should see an increase in playing time if Kearse can't play.

The Seahawks are a 12-point home favorite against St. Louis.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1419269240
Doug Baldwin takes advantage of injury
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Wide receiver Doug Baldwin hasn't emerged as the Seahawks' clear No. 1 as Fantasy owners had hoped after the team shipped Percy Harvin to the Jets, sometimes taking a back seat to Jermaine Kearse. But after Kearse left early Week 16 at Arizona with a hamstring injury, Baldwin didn't have as much competition for looks, catching seven passes for 113 yards on a season-high 11 targets.

It was his second game in three with more than 90 yards, but it was also just his second in eight with more than 60, to give you some idea how much Kearse has interfered with his production.

Also helping Baldwin in this one was the fact that quarterback Russell Wilson threw for a season-high 339 yards. In the Seahawks' inconsistent passing attack, you couldn't count on Baldwin for consistent production even if he was the clear No. 1.

Still, if Kearse is out for Week 17 against St. Louis, Baldwin deserves a longer look in Fantasy, particularly in leagues that require three wide receivers.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1419268400
Luke Willson's lack of targets telling
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Seahawks tight end Luke Willson had a career performance Week 16 at Arizona, going for 139 yards and two touchdowns, including an 80-yarder in the second quarter. But those numbers distract from one just as important: His three catches were his only three targets on the day.

Even with quarterback Russell Wilson attempting more than 30 passes for just the second time in five games, Willson wasn't any more targeted than usual. It's just that two of them happened to result in big plays.

The long touchdown was probably a fluke. He got behind the defense, an oversight on its part, and ran away from everyone after he caught the ball. Big deal. Take it away, and he had two catches for 59 yards and a touchdown -- a good performance by his standards, but nothing that would send Fantasy owners flocking to the waiver wire.

Even though Willson got the numbers, Wilson's preferred targets were wide receivers Doug Baldwin and Paul Richardson, who had 11 and seven targets, respectively. Those were season highs for each.

If you can't count on them to get consistent looks in the Seahawks offense, you certainly can't count on Willson to. He's had only three games with more than four all season, none in the last three weeks.

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Russell Wilson could be in for strong finish
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

With the Cardinals struggling to get anything going offensively behind third-string quarterback Ryan Lindley, the Seahawks offense got repeated opportunities to shine Week 16 in Arizona. And quarterback Russell Wilson took advantage, throwing for a season-high 339 yards while rushing for 88. For the second time in three games, he contributed three total touchdowns, two in the air and one on the ground.

The Seahawks have gotten back to winning with their defense in recent weeks, making Wilson at times an afterthought. But when pressed to make plays, he's shown he's still capable of putting up big numbers.

Chances are he'll need to make plays in Week 17 against a Rams team that has played well of late, particularly on the defensive side of the ball. Wilson's previous season high in passing yards came in his first meeting with them back in Week 7, when he threw for 313 and ran for 106. Despite his up-and-down tendencies, you'll want him active for the season's final week.

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