Team Snapshot
Passing Yards 193.3 27th
Rushing Yards 160.0 1st
Points For 26.8 Tied-6th
Points Against 21.7 11th
2018 NFC West Standings
TEAM W L T PCT PF PA
Los Angeles 13 3 0 .813 527 384
Seattle 10 6 0 .625 428 347
San Francisco 4 12 0 .250 342 435
Arizona 3 13 0 .188 225 425
Injuries
  • T
    Tyron Smith (Neck) is upgraded to probable Saturday vs Seattle
  • DT
    Tyrone Crawford (Neck) is questionable Saturday vs Seattle
  • G
    Zack Martin (Knee) is upgraded to probable Saturday vs Seattle
  • G
    Marcus Martin (Toe) IR
  • S
    Jameill Showers (Knee) IR
  • TE
    Geoff Swaim (Wrist) IR
  • DT
    David Irving (Ankle) is questionable Saturday vs Seattle
  • G
    Parker Ehinger (Knee) IR
  • WR
    Noah Brown (Hamstring) IR
  • WR
    Cedrick Wilson (Shoulder) IR

Seattle Seahawks News

  • @Seahawks • 3h

    Fansided: A guess at who the Seahawks keep at receiver in 2019

    In 2018, the Seahawks mostly had five receivers active for game days. I do not expect 2019 to be any different, though the reason they might have six active is because Doug Baldwin is no longer on the team. Building trust between Russell Wilson and his receiving corps is a must. And Baldwin was trusted the most.

    Wilson and Tyler Lockett combined to have a perfect quarterback rating when Wilson targeted Lockett last season. Lockett, however, still was not targeted enough so it remains to be seen just how many more targets Lockett gets this coming season and how much Wilson trusts Lockett in times of crisis.

  • @Seahawks • 5h

    Fansided: Predicting the Seahawks running back group for 2019

    The Seahawks started 2018 with six running backs on their active roster, including fullback Tre Madden. Seattle likes to use a fullback in Brian Schottenheimer's scheme, but Seattle currently only has one fullback on the roster. Besides Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny at tailback, who else might Seattle keep for the running back group of 2019?

    One player we know won't be involved in Seattle's rushing game is Mike Davis. Davis was a reliable number two behind Carson in 2018. He left as a free agent, though, and will not be a productive part of the Chicago Bears offense.

  • @Seahawks • 10h

    Field Gulls: The Drive: Dreaming of DK Metcalf's Potential

    It is not possible to know how good DK Metcalf will be. Today, I don't really care. Seattle drafted Metcalf on my birthday, and I look at the young wide receiver as a gift. Sometime very soon, that gift will be unwrapped, and for all I know, it might be an avocado. But while we can still crease the wrapping paper with nervous anticipation, let us dream about just how good Metcalf might be.

    To do this, I am going to extrapolate from Brad Oremland's work at Football Perspective. Specifically, I wanted to know what happens when a team adds a player who will come to be known as either the fastest receiver or the best deep threat of their era.

  • @Seahawks • 11h
  • Something's coming... Best of luck this season, @seattlestorm! We're with you all the way.#SeattleLove https://t.co/M0Vz7HOnrA

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  • @Seahawks • 11h

    Field Gulls: Poll: Which 2018 Seahawks draft pick will have the "sophomore surge"?

    Many of you (as is natural) are surely hyped up over the 2019 Seattle Seahawks draft class, with former Ole Miss wide receiver D.K. Metcalf as one of the hopefuls to make an instant impact for the team when September rolls around. There is, however, the matter of the maturation of the previous draft class.

    The best-performing Seahawks rookie from 2018 was punter Michael Dickson, who's already the greatest punter to ever live, so it's not like he's going to be a factor in this article's poll whatsoever.

    From there, Tre Flowers may not have had flashy counting stats, but his safety-to-corner transition was expedited due to injuries, and he performed quite well given the shaky start.

  • @Seahawks • 14h

    Field Gulls: Century Links 5/25: Will Jacob Martin Progress in 2019?

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    Pete Carroll looking forward to big things from Jacob Martin in Year 2
    Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is counting on Jacob Martin a lot heading into the 2019 season.

  • @Seahawks • 1d

    Field Gulls: Two important things to remember about OTAs

    There's (understandably) lots of hype that accompanies OTAs. But I'm here to bring two warnings.

    <strong>Be wary of the impressive offensive skill player</strong>

    It's exciting to hear tales of a young offensive wide receiver or running back looking good. Heck, the Seattle Seahawks really need some talent for Russell Wilson to hit after the retirement of Doug Baldwin.

    Yet OTAs are practices that are basically done "on air." No pads are worn. Defensive backs aren't allowed to contest catches. It's at a very basic stage schematically.

    Essentially, these practices are designed for the offense to win.

  • @Seahawks • 1d

    The Seattle Times: What the contracts of Al Woods and Geno Smith say about their potential roles for the Seahawks in 2019

    There's the news that a player has signed.

    And then there's the news that breaks a few days later, typically, of the contract a player has received that fills in the rest of the story.

    Let's look at two recent Seahawks signings -- defensive tackle Al Woods and quarterback Geno Smith -- and their contracts, and what that may say about their roles in 2019.

    AL WOODS

    Woods, a 32-year-old 10-year vet who started eight games last season for the Colts, signed a one-year deal with Seattle that according to ESPN's Brady Henderson is worth up to $2.

  • @Seahawks • 1d

    Fansided: Seahawks appear to have no chance for Gerald McCoy

    I would clearly love for Gerald McCoy to be a member of the Seahawks. He has proven over his career to be excellent at both defending against the run and the pass and Seattle needs a player exactly like that. McCoy was released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this week. But Seattle appears likely to be outbid for his talents.

    To be honest, this a bit frustrating. Seattle has the money to spend on a player like McCoy but they are not likely to do so. Rightfully, Seahawks general manager John Schneider has a certain way and specific budget he likes to adhere to and he has been greatly successful as Seattle's GM.

  • @Seahawks • 1d
  • RT @Shaquemgriffin: Something special coming soon. @ShaquillG #BloodSweat&Tears https://t.co/jmBTYNZ1wf

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  • @Seahawks • 1d

    Fansided: Seahawks 2019 draft: a deeper look at John Schneider's wizardry

    The draft is long over, we've graded the picks (as well as they can be graded this early), but there's still a hidden story to the Seahawks draft success. We know John Schneider can weave some magic at draft time, but did we know just how much? Let's take a deeper look.

    The Seahawks began the draft with one selection each in the first, third, fourth, and fifth rounds. Specifically, selections 21, 84, 124, 159 were all they had to restock a team that needed major help at defensive end and tackle, safety, the offensive line, and slot corner.

  • @Seahawks • 1d

    Field Gulls: What are some major changes a new CBA could bring to the NFL?

    With NFL teams like the Seattle Seahawks in the middle of their OTAs, the 2019 NFL Draft now nearly a month in the past and the frenzy of free agency long since forgotten, the news cycle for the NFL is entering the slowest portion of the year. However, that does not mean that NFL news will be completely going away over the next couple of months, as there will certainly be reports of various new injuries suffered by players, as well as updates on how players who suffered serious injuries during the 2018 season are progressing.

  • @Seahawks • 1d

    Field Gulls: NFL won't change overtime rules for 2019 season

    For those who are against the NFL's current overtime rules, I have some bad news for you.

    Ian Rapoport rapaported reported that the Kansas City Chiefs' proposal to amend overtime has been pushed back to at least 2020, so obviously the league owners weren't exactly on board with their plan.

    The Chiefs lost last season's AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots in overtime, with New England winning the coin toss and scoring a touchdown, thus denying. Patrick Mahomes the ball. In the interest of fairness, the Kansas City proposal ensured that both teams would get one offensive possession in overtime, regardless of whether the team that possessed the ball first scored a touchdown.

  • @Seahawks • 2d

    Field Gulls: Century Links 5/24: What to Expect from Shaquem Griffin in Sophomore Campaign

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    Entering Second Season, Seahawks LB Shaquem Griffin Needs to Seize Opportunity - SeahawkMaven.io
    Seahawks linebacker Shaquem Griffin will aim to make a big leap forward after a low-key rookie season on the field.

  • @Seahawks • 2d

    Fansided: 4 Seahawks that must improve in 2019 for Seattle to make playoffs

    The Seahawks have a few superstars. Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner and Michael Dickson are really good. (Yes, I mentioned a punter there and I stand by what I said.) These three players along with Tyler Lockett and Bradley McDougald and Jarran Reed are expected to lead Seattle to victories in 2019. But Seattle needs more.

    Many times a team's success is partly based on one or five players who have career seasons when not expected to. Seattle doesn't truly need supporting personnel to be great, they need them to be very good and play their roles well so that the superstars can feed off them.

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