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@ Las Vegas Raiders
Las Vegas
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Sun 8/151:00 AM

Raiders vs Seahawks Odds

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LV
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u37.5
-110
-123
SEA
--
o37.5
+100

Seahawks Injuries

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  • Rashaad Penny

    RB

    Rashaad Penny (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

Seahawks 2021 Schedule

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
Aug 29thLAC----
Aug 22ndDEN----
Aug 15th@LV--37.5+100

Depth Chart

Starter2ND3RD4TH
QBRussell WilsonGeno Smith
RBChris CarsonCarlos Hyde
WRDK MetcalfFreddie SwainPenny Hart
TEGreg OlsenWill DisslyLuke Willson
LTDuane Brown
LGMike IupatiJordan Simmons
CEthan Pocic
RGDamien Lewis
RTBrandon Shell
WLBK.J. WrightJordyn BrooksBen Burr-Kirven
MLBBobby Wagner
SLBBruce IrvinCody Barton
LCBShaquill GriffinNeiko Thorpe
SSJamal AdamsDelano Hill
FSQuandre DiggsMarquise Blair
RCBTrequille FlowersQuinton Dunbar
HMichael Dickson
PRDavid MooreUgochukwu Amadi
KRTyler LockettTravis Homer
LSTyler Ott
FBNick Bellore
DTJarran ReedBryan Mone
DEL.J. CollierRasheem Green
NTPoona Ford
LEOBenson MayowaDamontre Moore
KJason Myers

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Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks didn't have their vaunted "12th man" in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions at Lumen Field, but they still put together a stellar season, finishing 12-4 and winning a tough NFC West division. They were particularly tough at home, going 6-3 against-the-spread (ATS), and will look to continue that success in 2021 with fans back in attendance.

Oddsmakers are expecting another solid season from Russell Wilson, Pete Carroll, and crew, as the Seahawks should push for double-digit wins again and be firmly in the playoff mix. See all of the Seahawks odds above, as well as their full schedule, ATS performance, key injuries, team trends, depth charts, and much more.

Seattle Seahawks Point Spreads

Point spread bets are perhaps the most popular bet types in U.S. betting. For those new to betting, they're simply wagers on the margin of victory in a game. They were created decades ago to have interesting bets on every game. The Seahawks could play the worst team in the league, but a bet on the Seahawks spread would take into account how much Seattle should win by.

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Seahawks game:

  • Seahawks -5.5 (-110)
  • Cardinals +5.5 (-110)

The Seahawks in this instance are favorites over the Cardinals, and you can tell that because they have a minus sign (-) next to their number. That essentially means they're favored to win by 5.5 points on average, and that's the number you're betting against, set by sportsbooks.

A Seahawks spread bet would cash in this game if Seattle not only beat Arizona, but won by six points or more. If the Cardinals won the game outright or merely kept the match within six points, the Seattle spread would lose and the Arizona spread would win.

Seattle Seahawks Over/Unders

Another very common type of bet in U.S. betting markets is the over/under bet, often called a total. This bet is focused solely on the combined point total of both teams in the game. It doesn't really matter which team wins or by how much -- it could be a complete blowout, in fact -- just the raw amount of points.

Let's use the Seahawks as an example here: Say the Seahawks played the Rams, and the total was set at 40 points. Bettors can take either side of that number posted by oddsmakers: A bet on the over would cash if the teams combined for 41 or more points, while an under bet would hit at 39 or fewer. It's possible the game could land at exactly 40, which would be called a "push" in betting, and all bets would be paid back out.

Seahawks Moneylines

The Seahawks went 12-4 in 2020 behind Wilson and crew. They made bettors a ton of money right? Well, not necessarily, as betting odds are pretty much all based on expectations set by the market. The Seahawks won a ton of games, but they were also expected to, and the market adjusted for that.

Let's say the Seahawks moneyline -- a bet simply on which team will win the game -- was set at -190 against the 49ers. You can't just bet $10 and win $10 in that instance, because the Seahawks are expected to win the game. That moneyline, in fact, is set so you would have to pay $19 for every $10 you want to profit.

It works in reverse with underdogs, however. For example, if the Seahawks moneyline was set a +160 against the 49ers, you would net $16 for every $10 wagered on Seattle to win.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Seattle Seahawks Props

Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf has been one of the most fun players to watch in the league the last few years, and he's also been a popular fantasy football draft pick given his upside. In betting, you can also wager on a single player like Metcalf, and those bets are called player props. The bets are largely tied to statistical performance of a box score item.

Some Seahawks props you'll see at sportsbook include Metcalf to score a touchdown, Russell Wilson to go over/under a set amount of passing yards, Tyler Lockett to catch over/under some number of passes, and more.

Seahawks Futures

The Seahawks won their first and only Super Bowl back in 2013 behind Russell Wilson and the "Legion of Boom" defense. Is 2021 the year they get No. 2?

You can bet on that happening, and those types of bets are called futures bets: They're wagers tied to an event at the end of the season rather than a game on an NFL Sunday. Some Seahawks futures include their odds to win the Super Bowl, their odds to win the NFC West, Wilson to win the NFL MVP, and more.

Next Seahawks Game

Game Details
@ Las Vegas Raiders
Las Vegas
location pin
Sun 8/151:00 AM

Raiders vs Seahawks Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
LV
--
u37.5
-110
-123
SEA
--
o37.5
+100

Seahawks Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Rashaad Penny

    RB

    Rashaad Penny (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

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Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks didn't have their vaunted "12th man" in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions at Lumen Field, but they still put together a stellar season, finishing 12-4 and winning a tough NFC West division. They were particularly tough at home, going 6-3 against-the-spread (ATS), and will look to continue that success in 2021 with fans back in attendance.

Oddsmakers are expecting another solid season from Russell Wilson, Pete Carroll, and crew, as the Seahawks should push for double-digit wins again and be firmly in the playoff mix. See all of the Seahawks odds above, as well as their full schedule, ATS performance, key injuries, team trends, depth charts, and much more.

Seattle Seahawks Point Spreads

Point spread bets are perhaps the most popular bet types in U.S. betting. For those new to betting, they're simply wagers on the margin of victory in a game. They were created decades ago to have interesting bets on every game. The Seahawks could play the worst team in the league, but a bet on the Seahawks spread would take into account how much Seattle should win by.

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Seahawks game:

  • Seahawks -5.5 (-110)
  • Cardinals +5.5 (-110)

The Seahawks in this instance are favorites over the Cardinals, and you can tell that because they have a minus sign (-) next to their number. That essentially means they're favored to win by 5.5 points on average, and that's the number you're betting against, set by sportsbooks.

A Seahawks spread bet would cash in this game if Seattle not only beat Arizona, but won by six points or more. If the Cardinals won the game outright or merely kept the match within six points, the Seattle spread would lose and the Arizona spread would win.

Seattle Seahawks Over/Unders

Another very common type of bet in U.S. betting markets is the over/under bet, often called a total. This bet is focused solely on the combined point total of both teams in the game. It doesn't really matter which team wins or by how much -- it could be a complete blowout, in fact -- just the raw amount of points.

Let's use the Seahawks as an example here: Say the Seahawks played the Rams, and the total was set at 40 points. Bettors can take either side of that number posted by oddsmakers: A bet on the over would cash if the teams combined for 41 or more points, while an under bet would hit at 39 or fewer. It's possible the game could land at exactly 40, which would be called a "push" in betting, and all bets would be paid back out.

Seahawks Moneylines

The Seahawks went 12-4 in 2020 behind Wilson and crew. They made bettors a ton of money right? Well, not necessarily, as betting odds are pretty much all based on expectations set by the market. The Seahawks won a ton of games, but they were also expected to, and the market adjusted for that.

Let's say the Seahawks moneyline -- a bet simply on which team will win the game -- was set at -190 against the 49ers. You can't just bet $10 and win $10 in that instance, because the Seahawks are expected to win the game. That moneyline, in fact, is set so you would have to pay $19 for every $10 you want to profit.

It works in reverse with underdogs, however. For example, if the Seahawks moneyline was set a +160 against the 49ers, you would net $16 for every $10 wagered on Seattle to win.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Seattle Seahawks Props

Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf has been one of the most fun players to watch in the league the last few years, and he's also been a popular fantasy football draft pick given his upside. In betting, you can also wager on a single player like Metcalf, and those bets are called player props. The bets are largely tied to statistical performance of a box score item.

Some Seahawks props you'll see at sportsbook include Metcalf to score a touchdown, Russell Wilson to go over/under a set amount of passing yards, Tyler Lockett to catch over/under some number of passes, and more.

Seahawks Futures

The Seahawks won their first and only Super Bowl back in 2013 behind Russell Wilson and the "Legion of Boom" defense. Is 2021 the year they get No. 2?

You can bet on that happening, and those types of bets are called futures bets: They're wagers tied to an event at the end of the season rather than a game on an NFL Sunday. Some Seahawks futures include their odds to win the Super Bowl, their odds to win the NFC West, Wilson to win the NFL MVP, and more.