Seattle Seahawks Schedule 2023: Game-by-game predictions for upcoming season

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Seahawks game-by-game predictions Weeks 16 through 18

Seattle at the Tennessee Titans, Week 16 at 10 am PT

Since 2010, the Titans and Seahawks have only faced each other four times. Tennessee, sadly, has won all the meetings except one. Tennessee is slightly in rebuilding mode, though, and could be looking for a new quarterback in 2024. Their receivers aren't that great and their offensive line isn't what is used to be.

Still, Tennessee has a dominant running back in Derrick Henry, even if he is "old" for a back. Henry is a different breed of animal who can dominate games and wear defenses down. For Seattle's rebuilt run defense, this will be of the biggest challenges of the season. That said, Seattle's offense and ability to defend the pass should be too much for the Titans and Seattle wins 24-21.

Seattle at home versus the Pittsburgh Steelers, Week 17 at 1:05 pm PT

The Steelers will be tough to beat. Even if Pittsburgh played with 6th graders, defeating them would be a difficult task because there is something about the Steelers that makes them always a chore to deal with. Overall, however, Seattle likely has the better roster.

The Seahawks have the better quarterback and better skill players. As long as Seattle's offensive line can make sure Geno Smith stays clean, Seattle should win. This won't be a blowout, though, and it will probably be low scoring because...well, Pittsburgh, but Seattle wins in the end 21-15.

Seattle at the Arizona Cardinals, Week 18 TBD

This may be the most entertaining game of the season for 12s. Both Tariq Woolen and Devon Witherspoon will get interceptions. Quandre Diggs will get one too and return it for a touchdown. Geno Smith will be efficient but won't pick up big numbers and the Seahawks will simply run all over the Cardinals.

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Both Kenneth Walker III and Zach Charbonnet will run for 100 yards and score a touchdown. Kenny McIntosh will add one too. Neither DK Metcalf or Tyler Lockett will get near 100 yards receiving but both will have touchdown receptions and Seattle will dominate the Cardinals 42-10.