2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
7-3, 1st in NFC West

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Citing the current case counts of COVID-19 in Washington state, the Seahawks announced they'll continue playing without fans at Lumen Field for their next two home games: Dec. 6 vs. the Giants and Dec. 13 vs. the Jets. The announcement said no decision has been made for their final regular-season home game or any playoff games the Seahawks host.

Metcalf looking forward to matching up vs. Ramsey again (1:04)
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PTI: Seahawks Beat Cardinals

Tony Kornheiser and Frank Isola discuss the Seahawks' big win over the Cardinals, the Saints going with Taysom Hill over Jameis Winston, Gordon Hayward entering free agency, and much more.

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ATH: NFL Football Preview

Tony Reali and the national panel discuss Seattle's Thursday Night Football win over Arizona, Sean Payton's decision to start Taysom Hill over Jameis Winston, Sunday's important Titans-Ravens game, and much more.

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ESPN's Football Power Index gives the Seahawks a 95% chance to make the playoffs and a 52% chance to win the NFC West after their victory over Arizona. Both figures are best in the division. At 7-3, Seattle has a slim lead in the standings over the Rams (6-3) and Cardinals (6-4). But the Seahawks have the NFL's third-easiest remaining schedule, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Their next four opponents (Eagles, Giants, Jets, Washington) are a combined 8-21-1.

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The Seahawks have leaned more on Russell Wilson's arm this year, especially when Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde were both out. But Pete Carroll sounds like he's ready to run more now that his backfield is returning to full strength. He said they didn't really have to run early on, "but now we do and you can see it. As the defenses are catching up and they're slowing things down and not as many points are being scored, you've got to balance out and have everything available … Chris brings us that.”

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The Seahawks lightened Tyler Lockett's workload Thursday night, using him on 49 of 66 offensive snaps as he played through what Pete Carroll called a sprained knee. He caught all nine of his targets for 67 yards and a touchdown. Carroll was impressed with Lockett's attitude as he worked through the injury, saying: "His knee was really blown up coming out of the [Rams] game. They had to do some stuff to get the swelling out and all that. He never wavered and played a great football game for us."

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The Carlos Dunlap trade has been a boon for the Seahawks. He sealed their win over Arizona with his second sack of the night, giving him 3.5 sacks to go along with seven additional QB hits and five tackles for loss in three games with Seattle. He's started all three while playing at least 68% of their defensive snaps, including 51 of 67 Thursday. He's been adjusting to a new defense and team on the fly while still producing and playing a starting role. "His smarts show up," Pete Carroll said.

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HQ: Seahawks Beat Cardinals

Dan, Pablo Torre and Mina Kimes discuss how much praise the Seahawks deserve, Lamar Jackson vs. Ryan Tannehill, the Saints starting Taysom Hill over Jameis Winston and much more.

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J&J: Chiefs Out for Revenge Against Raiders?

Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss how the Warriors are making moves in response to Klay's injury, Russ & Seattle's D coming up big against Cardinals and the Chiefs looking for revenge against the Raiders. Plus...a recap of Gucci Mane-Jeezy Verzuz battle.

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Hour 1: Russell Gets the Better of Kyler

Max talks about Russell Wilson getting the better of Kyler Murray last night before talking about the surprising news that Taysom Hill will get the start over Jameis Winston for the New Orleans Saints. He also plays "No Doubt" and much more.

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Hour 3: Kyler out of MVP Race?

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the third hour wondering if Kyler and the loss last night took him out of the MVP conversation. Joe Fortenbaugh joins the show to help us lay some bets to win money. Also, John Gambadoro joins to see if his bet with Keyshawn is still on.

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Hour 1: Seattle Showout

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour one of the show discussing what they saw from the AFC West showdown. Kyler was under pressure all night, and the Seahawks came out on top. Are the Seahawks rounding into form? Also, we discuss what to make of the Klay Thompson injury and what it means moving forward. Dianna Russini joins the show to discuss the injuries around the NFL.

Wagner: Win vs. Cardinals was a step in the right direction for Seahawks' D (2:21)
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Seahawks fear TE Olsen suffered ruptured fascia

Seahawks tight end Greg Olsen suffered an injury to the fascia in his left foot late in Thursday night's 28-21 win over the Cardinals, and the team fears it is a rupture, coach Pete Carroll said.

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The Seahawks are up 16-7 after the best half their embattled defense has played all season. They didn't have a sack or an official QB hit on Kyler Murray in Week 7 but have two sacks and four hits already. They're playing fast and physical on that side of the ball while Russell Wilson is back to playing like Russell Wilson with two touchdowns and no mistakes. Carlos Hyde's return has helped Seattle rediscover the run game that's been missing with Hyde and Chris Carson out since Week 7.

Team Stats

Passing Yards278.75th
Rushing Yards121.3Tied-10th
Points For31.62nd
Points Against28.7Tied-4th