Seahawks 2022 game-by-game predictions post-schedule release
Weeks 9 through 13
Week 9 – at the Arizona Cardinals, November 6th at 1:05 pm PT
With wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins back, big problems are in store for the Seattle defense. A fresh Hopkins ignites an Arizona team that is desperately trying to get back into the postseason hunt. The win puts Arizona at 5-4 and they appear to be ready to separate from middling teams like Seattle, 24-16.
Week 10 – “home” versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, November 13th in Munich, Germany at 6:30 am PT
The Goat. The Hawks. Let’s all have a nice breakfast as we watch Tom Brady and the eventual NFC Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers carve up the Seahawks secondary, 28-6. Managing only two field goals in Europe, this marks the low point for the offense.
(Seattle has a bye in Week 11)
Week 12 – home versus the Las Vegas Raiders, November 27th at 1:05 pm PT
In week 12, Pete Carroll calls for a change, handing the keys to the offense to Drew Lock and Ken Walker, naming them the starters. The decision shows promise as both play well in a home upset over the Las Vegas Raiders. While Lock doesn’t necessarily change the concerns fans have about the long-term questions at quarterback, his mobility and ability to get the ball to D.K. Metcalf proves big. Seahawks outlast the Raiders, 31-27.
Week 13 – at the LA Rams, December 4th at 1:05 pm PT
The Seahawks continue to play well, but run into a dominant Rams team on the road. The defending super bowl champs appear to be even better this year than last, as newcomer wide receiver Allen Robinson scores three touchdowns from Matthew Stafford and the Rams pull away from Seattle in the 4th quarter, 31-20.