Revisiting my predictions for the Seahawks 2019 season
Seahawks hit their stride in the next four
As all good 12s know, the fifth game really mattered. I expected this to be a tight game with Seattle holding the high-powered Los Angeles offense to less than 30 points. We didn’t get the 34-26 score I predicted, but we did keep those stinking sheeps-heads under 30. Now 5-0 on predictions.
All good things must come to an end, right? I expected the Browns game to be the mother of all trap games. It fell between a rivalry/revenge contest, and a game against what was expected to be a strong Ravens team. I called this as Seattle’s second loss. Happily, they prevailed. I’ll trade a wrong prediction for a Seahawks win every time.
Unfortunately, I got the next one right. I expected the Ravens defense to be very tough, and they were. Lamar Jackson ran everywhere, and the Hawks offense never got on track. The 30-16 beating fit my prediction all too well. Next up, I saw the depleted Falcons as a salve for our guys. Once again the details were so, so wrong. Still, a win is a win, and my predictions were 7-1 at this point. Even better, the Seahawks record was 6-2.