Pete Prisco of CBS Sports actually takes on the arduous task of predicting the outcome of every regular-season game coming up this season.
Prisco’s verdict? The Arizona Cardinals win the NFC West with a 10-6 record, followed by San Francisco at 9-7 and the Seahawks finishing at 7-9 for a third straight season.
Prisco predicts Seattle will start the season 1-7. The Seahawks play five of their first eight games on the road. And he predicts Seattle will go 6-2 down the backstretch of the season.
He has Seattle finishing 5-3 at home and 2-6 on the road, winning at St. Louis and at Miami. I think Seattle will win nine this year, but if nothing else, the article provides an interesting overview of the upcoming season.
Prisco says that the Patriots will finish 16-0 again, but lose to Green Bay in the Super Bowl.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com takes a closer look at the team’s running back position.
Chris Burke of Sports Illustrated still believes Matt Flynn will win the starting job, but says that Tarvaris Jackson or Russell Wilson will see action at some point this season in this piece on backup quarterbacks who have a chance to play this year.
Tim Booth of the Associated Press says Marshawn Lynch’s pending DUI court appearance and a possible suspension from the league loom as the biggest story heading into training camp.
Check out Pete Carroll rubbing elbows with rapper Snoop Dogg backstage at a concert in Seattle this week.
Josh Katzowitz of CBS Sports writes that the new NFL Rewind all-22 film will feature the ability to draw up plays.