Silly predictions for Seahawks offense versus Colts

NASHVILLE, TN - SEPTEMBER 24: Running Back Chris Carson (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
NASHVILLE, TN - SEPTEMBER 24: Running Back Chris Carson (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) /

The Seahawks have an offense. I have seen it firsthand. Sometimes it is not pretty. That said, here are some completely wrong predictions for what might happen versus the Colts on Sunday.

This is really for you, 12s. So you can laugh at my Seahawks thoughts. And by that I mean, even more than you normally do. Are these predictions based on advanced metrics? Or some great research by me? Nope. Just totally winging it.

Russell Wilson

Wilson will go 24 of 35 for 320 yards and two touchdowns and no interceptions. He will run six times for 24 yards.

The Colts secondary is not very good. The Seahawks want to run the ball more still, they say. But this is not the week to do it. Have Wilson fling it around. There is no reason to play around in this game. Seattle needs a win. Seattle needs to do what it takes to win.

Running backs

Chris Carson is the starting running back for the Seattle Seahawks. He can run and he can catch. Against the Colts, Carson will get 16 carries for 75 yards and a touchdown. He will also catch three passes for 47 yards.

Thomas Rawls will play a bit more than he has in previous weeks. He will get eight rushes for 34 yards. He will catch one pass for seven yards.

Eddie Lacy will make an appearance and get three carries for eight yards.

Wide Receivers

Doug Baldwin will play on Sunday. The Seahawks receiver is dealing with a groin injury. He will catch five passes for 62 yards and a touchdown.

Tyler Lockett will also have five receptions. But he will have 85 yards receiving, including a 43-yard touchdown catch. Lockett will also run one jet sweep for 11 yards.

Paul Richardson will have three catches for 40 yards.

Tanner McEvoy will drop two passes.

Tight ends

Jimmy Graham will catch seven balls. He will be targeted an additional three times in the red zone without success. His receptions will add up to 79 yards.

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Nick Vannett and Luke Willson will play but not catch any passes.