Seattle Seahawks Odds4th in NFC West
- ATS Record
- 9th Overall
- Rushing Yards
- 664 RYPG
- Passing Yards
- 1400 PYPG
- Total Yards
- 2064 YPG
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Seahawks InjuriesAll NFL Injuries
Cedric Ogbuehi (biceps) is out this week.
Benson Mayowa (neck) is questionable this week.
Russell Wilson (Undisclosed) is out this week.
Tyler Lockett (hip) is questionable this week.
Chris Carson (Undisclosed) is out this week.
Rashaad Penny (Calf) is out this week.
Alton Robinson (knee) is questionable this week.
D'Wayne Eskridge (concussion) is doubtful this week.
Seahawks 2021 Schedule
|Oct 18th||@PIT||L 20-23||+5.5 L||U 43||PIT +188|
|Oct 8th||LA||L 17-26||+2.5 L||U 53.5||LA +119|
|Oct 3rd||@SF||W 28-21||+2.5 W||U 52||SEA +115|
|Sep 26th||@MIN||L 17-30||-2 L||U 54.5||MIN -125|
|Sep 19th||TEN||L 30-33||-6.5 L||O 53.5||TEN -276|
|Sep 12th||@IND||W 28-16||-3 W||U 48.5||SEA -149|
|Aug 29th||LAC||W 27-0||-6 W||U 35.5||SEA -260|
|QB||Russell Wilson||Geno Smith|
|RB||Chris Carson||Rashaad Penny||Alex Collins||DeeJay Dallas||Travis Homer|
|WR||DK Metcalf||Tyler Lockett||Freddie Swain||Penny Hart||D'Wayne Eskridge|
|TE||Gerald Everett||Will Dissly|
|LT||Duane Brown||Jamarco Jones||Stone Forsythe|
|LG||Damien Lewis||Dakoda Shepley|
|C||Ethan Pocic||Kyle Fuller|
|RT||Brandon Shell||Cedric Ogbuehi||Jake Curhan|
|LDE||L.J. Collier||Rasheem Green||Alton Robinson|
|MLB||Bobby Wagner||Cody Barton|
|SLB||Jordyn Brooks||Cody Barton|
|LCB||Sidney Jones||John Reid|
|SS||Ryan Neal||Jamal Adams|
|FS||Quandre Diggs||Marquise Blair||Ugochukwu Amadi|
|RCB||Dennis Reed||Blessuan Austin|
|PR||Freddie Swain||Dennis Reed|
|KR||Dennis Reed||DeeJay Dallas||Tre Brown|
|ROLB||Darrell Taylor||Jon Rhattigan||Cody Barton|
|LEO||Benson Mayowa||Carlos Dunlap||Kerry Hyder|
Seattle Seahawks Player Stats
passing yardsRussell Wilson1196pyds
passing touchdownsRussell Wilson10ptd
rushing yardsChris Carson232ryds
rushing touchdownsChris Carson3rtd
Seattle Seahawks Odds, Bet Types, and Team History
The Seattle Seahawks made their third consecutive playoff appearance in 2020, winning the NFC West at 12-4 to secure the franchise’s eighth postseason trip in nine seasons. A 5-0 start and a 4-0 finish were the team’s highlights of the year, but the momentum didn’t carry through to the playoffs as Seattle was eliminated in the Wild Card round following a 30-20 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. The Seahawks remain contenders in their division, though it's reasonable to question their championship hopes having not advanced past the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs since 2014.
Despite the entire ‘Legion of Boom ’ being long gone in 2021, it seems like Seattle has a chance to compete as long as it has its quarterback. QB Russell Wilson is now in his 10th year with the Seahawks after a rollercoaster season in 2020. Wilson’s 40 passing touchdowns last year were a career-best while his 4,212 passing yards were the second-most of his first nine years in the NFL. While those numbers are impressive, they are also partially negated by a career-worst 13 interceptions in addition to four lost fumbles and 47 sacks taken. Just to show how strange his season went, Wilson threw for 28 touchdowns by Week 9 before only registering another dozen over his final eight games.
Some of those issues stem from an inconsistent offensive line. Wilson’s been sacked 40 or more times in each of the past eight seasons. Shoring up the line would help, but between Wilson and Seattle’s other skill players, there should be enough to make a run.
Running back Chris Carson led the Seahawks’ ground game in 2020 with 681 rushing yards at a rate of 4.8 yards per carry. When healthy, he’s one of the league’s more effective primary options out of the backfield, but injuries have constantly limited him. Carson played 12 games last season, a number that will need to be higher in 2021 given the inexperience behind him on the depth chart.
Seattle’s shortcomings in 2020 probably make you wonder what could’ve been if Russell Wilson kept up his first-half productivity. One thing that should get you excited for the new year is the emergence of DK Metcalf . His sophomore season culminated with second-team All-Pro honors after finishing seventh in receiving yards with 1,303 and tied for eighth in touchdowns with 10. It’s the kind of season that makes it harder to determine whether Metcalf or Tyler Lockett is the go-to target in Seattle. The reality is both plays like a No. 1 option. Lockett went for 1,054 yards and 10 touchdowns in his first-ever 100-catch season.
Wilson’s consistency will play a major role in how far Seattle can go next year, but the defense is a much bigger question mark. The Seahawks have two All-Pro players in linebacker Bobby Wagner and safety Jamal Adams with some gaps in between. Wagner remains a force in the middle of the field heading into his 10th season. He made 136 tackles, eight pass breakups, and three sacks while anchoring one of the top run defenses in the NFL. Adams showed impressive versatility in his first season in Seattle after coming over from the Jets. The strong safety had a team-high 9.5 sacks to go with 81 tackles and a forced fumble. His three pass breakups were a career-low as the Seahawks gave up the second-most passing yards last year.
Seattle opens the 2021 NFL season on the road at the Indianapolis Colts. You can view the Action Network’s top odds for the game below in addition to an odds comparison for every Week 1 game right here.
Week 7 Odds: Seattle Seahawks vs. New Orleans Saints (via BetMGM)
|Seattle Seahawks||(+4.5)-110||+185||Over 43.5(-110)|
|New Orleans Saints||(-4.5)-110||-225||Under 43.5(-110)|
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Seahawks Offseason Movement 2021
Trades: Gabe Jackson (G, from Raiders)
Re-signings: Chris Carson (RB, two years), Poona Ford (DL, two years), Tyler Lockett (WR, four years), Ethan Pocic (G, one year)
Free-agent signings: Ahkello Witherspoon (CB, one year), Gabe Jackson (G, three years), Aldon Smith (EDGE, one year), Kerry Hyder (EDGE, three years), Gerald Everett (TE, one year)
Seattle Seahawks Rivals
Seattle has been the team to beat in the NFC West for much of the past decade. They’ve had nine straight winning seasons with two Super Bowl appearanc es at the peak of their dominance. The Seahawks won the division again in 2020, their fifth division crown in 11 seasons. Seattle went 12-4 overall with a 4-2 regular-season record against divisional opponents. The Los Angeles Rams went 10-6 to earn a wild card berth and eliminated Seattle in the opening round of the playoffs. The Arizona Cardinals also improved in 2020, going 8-8 and just missing the postseason while the San Francisco 49ers finished fourth at 6-10 after dealing with injuries last season. All four NFC West teams have played in a Super Bowl since 2009 and all four can be dangerous this year if they stay healthy.
Find weekly Seattle Seahawks odds, their complete 2021 schedule, betting trends, performance against-the-spread (ATS), injury history, a full-depth chart, and more here.
Betting on the Seattle Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks Point Spreads
Betting a Seahawks point spread is a wager based on the expectation that a team will win or lose by a certain number of points. The Seahawks had a .500 record when it came to covering in 2020, owning an 8-8 mark against the spread. Seattle’s 12 wins were by an average margin of 9.4 points — a number slightly inflated by a 37-point win over the Jets — while its four losses came at an average of 6.3 points.
Here’s an example:
- Cardinals +2.5 (+110)
- Seahawks -2.5 (-110)
In this situation, the Cardinals are 2.5 point underdogs against the Seahawks. If Seattle wins the game by three or more points, a $100 wager on the Seahawks would come with a payout of $90.91. If Arizona won the game outright or lost by two points or less, the same $100 wager would net $110 plus the original $100 for a total of $210.
Seattle Seahawks Totals aka Over/Unders
Over/under, also called point total, is a wager placed on the combined scoring of a single game. Bookmakers come up with a number and you can either bet the over or — you guessed it — the under. Here’s how it works:
Let's say the Seahawks play the 49ers and the over/under is set at 47 points. A wager on the over would require Los Angeles and Arizona to score 48 total points or more to win. Betting the under is an expectation that the two teams would score 46 or fewer points. It's also possible for the bet to push, which would happen if the game finished with exactly 47 points scored.
In 2020, Seattle averaged 28.7 points per game and allowed 23.2 points per game. The under hit in 56.2% of their games last season.
The Seahawks moneyline is as straightforward as it gets when it comes to betting. The only thing to do here is pick the winner. Check out this example:
- Seahawks -150
- Rams +220
The minus (-) and plus (+) signs distinguish the favorite from the underdog, making Seattle the favorite in this scenario. Odds can be understood more clearly if you think in terms of $10 or $100 increments. A wager on the Seahawks odds would mean every $15 bet nets $10. And it's the opposite for underdogs: Here the Rams moneyline was set at +220, meaning a $10 wager would profit $22.
Moneylines are also commonly used when making parlays, which are multiple bets tied into one. Let’s say you bet the Seahawks moneyline and a -1.5 point spread, Seattle would need to win by two points or more for that bet to be successful. The risk is greater, but so is the reward with increased odds. Seahawks fans can also take advantage of new bettor offers like the BetMGM Bonus, and should make sure to use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount accurately.
Seattle Seahawks Props
Player props are wagers on a single player, and they're tied to a single stat found in the box score for a game or even the whole season. These are among the most fun to bet on, especially if you're already playing fantasy football and like the player-specific focus it offers. Check out a hypothetical example below:
- DK Metcalf 2021 receiving yards: Over 1,550
Let’s break it down. Metcalf averaged 81.4 receiving yards per game in 2020, a huge jump from the 56.3 yards per game he was averaging as a rookie. Assume he takes another step forward in his third year and gets up to 90 yards per game in 2021. If Metcalf maintained that average over a 16-game season he’d finish with 1,440 yards, well short of the bet. Even with the NFL’s additional regular-season game, Metcalf would be right around 1,530 yards if he played in all 17 games. Metcalf is an impressive young wideout but take a pass here.
Futures are somewhat similar to prop bets in the way that both are monitored over the course of a season. Except most future bets are focused on end-of-season success. Examples of futures are:
- Seattle Seahawks odds to win the NFC West
- Seattle Seahawks odds to win the NFC
- Seattle Seahawks odds to win the Super Bowl
- Russell Wilson’s odds to win MVP
- Jamal Adams’ odds to win Defensive Player of the Year
If you’re thinking that Russell Wilson might go off for an entire season or that it is Seattle’s year to win it all, this is the place to be. For a full list of NFL futures, click or tap here.
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