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Seattle Seahawks

Stadium: CenturyLink Field | Coach: Pete Carroll
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense16th136.8 (6th)202.2 (24th)
Defense2nd101.6 (7th)172.0 (3rd)
2014 Draft
245Paul RichardsonWRCOLO
264Justin BrittOTMIZZOU
4108Cassius MarshDEUCLA
4123Kevin NorwoodWRBAMA
4132Kevin Pierre-LouisOLBBC
5172Jimmy StatenDTMTSU
6199Garrett ScottOTMRSHL
6208Eric PinkinsSSSDGST
7227Kiero SmallFBARK

Last Game

Thu, August 28 Coliseum
TV: NFL Network
Seattle Seahawks
Oakland Raiders

Game Leaders

Passing: T. Pryor (11-17, 134)
Rushing: B. Daniels (2-34)
Receiving: B. Walters (3-47)

Passing: D. Carr (11-13, 143)
Rushing: G. Atkinson (8-63)
Receiving: D. Moore (3-58)


Thu Aug 7
L 21 - 16at DEN
Fri Aug 15
W 41 - 14SD
Fri Aug 22
W 34 - 6CHI
Thu Aug 28
L 41 - 31at OAK
8:30 pm EDT
Thu Sep 4
4:05 pm EDT
Sun Sep 14
at SD
4:25 pm EDT
Sun Sep 21
8:30 pm EDT
Mon Oct 6
at WAS
4:25 pm EDT
Sun Oct 12
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 19
at STL
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 26
at CAR
4:25 pm EST
Sun Nov 2
4:25 pm EST
Sun Nov 9
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 16
at KC
4:05 pm EST
Sun Nov 23
8:30 pm EST
Thu Nov 27
at SF
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 7
at PHI
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 14
8:30 pm EST
Sun Dec 21
at ARI
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 28


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St. Louis0-0-00-0-0
Fantasy Analysis | 1409704651
Percy Harvin looking to start the year on the right foot
by Chris Cwik |

Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin is looking at a strong matchup Week 1 against the Packers.

A quiet preseason was a good preseason for Harvin. After missing nearly all of last season due to a hip injury, Harvin was able to play in all but the final game of the preseason. He missed the fourth game due to a personal issue, and not because of an injury. Harvin caught seven balls for 92 yards in August.

The Packers didn’t boast a strong pass defense last season. The team allowed opposing wide receivers to average 22.94 Fantasy points per game. That wasn’t one of the worst rates in the league, but it was below-average. The team attempted to address this during the offseason, taking Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in the first round. Despite that, there’s no guarantee the team will perform better in the defensive backfield.

Despite the fact that Harvin is a five-year veteran, there are questions about how he’ll be used with the Seahawks. While Harvin was able to play during the club’s playoff run, it was unclear whether he was actually fully healthy last year. Harvin has shown the ability to be a game-changing wide receiver, so it’s assumed the Seahawks will find ways to get arguably their best playmaker the ball. The club has been been incredibly run-heavy over the past few seasons, but a healthy Harvin could make them more balanced. 

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Fantasy Analysis | 1409704554
Marshawn Lynch ready to roll Week 1
by Chris Cwik |

Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is looking to get off to a good start Week 1 against the Packers.

Lynch had an abbreviated preseason, carrying the ball just three times for 16 yards. That’s probably not a bad thing considering his high workload over the past couple years. Lynch also had a brief holdout during the offseason, but reported to camp in shape, and should be ready to roll.

The Packers weren’t particularly strong against the run last season, giving up 19.18 Fantasy points per week to running backs. That was the eighth worst figure in the league. While the team tried to shore up things defensively during the offseason, the loss of B.J. Raji should make it easier for teams to gash the Packers up the middle. 

With that in mind, Lynch should be a strong start. The Seahawks modus operandi the past couple years has been the run game, and that probably won’t change now. There are concerns about Lynch’s workload and lack of preseason reps, but his pedigree and matchup make this a strong start Week 1. 

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Fantasy Analysis | 1409704404
Russell Wilson ready to shine Week 1?
by Chris Cwik |

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson begins his post-Super Bowl year with a strong matchup against the Packers Week 1. 

Wilson performed well during the preseason, completing 78.6 percent of his passes. He threw for three touchdowns and zero interceptions. Wilson also managed three rushing touchdowns to cap off a strong preseason.

His ability to put up solid Fantasy numbers should be tested Week 1. The Packers did not boast a great defense against the pass last season. The team allowed quarterbacks to score 20.65 Fantasy points, which was the seventh worst clip in the league. Green Bay has been proactive in resolving the issue, drafting Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in the first round, but it’s unclear how much better the team’s defensive backs will perform. 

The bigger question will be whether the Seahawks open up the offense for Wilson this season. With Marshawn Lynch out for much of the preseason, Wilson showed the ability to carry the team with his arm. Now that Lynch is back, the team could opt to get back to conservative play-calling with the franchise quarterback. Wilson has all the makings of a strong matchup here, but could get the short end of the stick if the Seahawks pound Lynch.

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Christine Michael among Seahawks missing practice Tuesday
by R.J. White |

The Seahawks announced that the following players weren't able to practice Tuesday: running back Christine Michael (hamstring), tight end Cooper Helfet (knee), center Lemuel Jeanpierre (neck), linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis (hamstring) and cornerback Tharold Simon (knee).

Additionally, the following players were limited participants in practice: wide receiver Kevin Norwood (ankle), linebacker Bruce Irvin (hip) and cornerback Jeremy Lane (groin).

With Michael unable to practice Tuesday, it's become more likely that he'll could sit out the team's Thursday night opener against the Packers.

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Seahawks bring back Bryan Walters
by Larry Hartstein |

The Seahawks re-signed receiver/returner Bryan Walters on Monday, two days after releasing him. He provides an option in case Seattle chooses not to use safety Earl Thomas on punt returns.

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