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Monday Round-Up: ESPN.com Makes ‘Rest-Of-Season’ Predictions For All 32 Teams
Good afternoon, 12s.
Here’s a look at what’s out there for today — Monday, November 13 — about your Seattle Seahawks: Read
ESPN Makes Predictions For All 32 Teams
ESPN.com NFL Nation reporters made predictions for the stretch run of the season for the teams they cover. These predictions included breakouts in the second half and more.
With only seven games remaining for Seattle, Seahawks reporter Brady Henderson believes quarterback Russell Wilson will elevate himself into the top-3 in the discussion for league MVP:
In past seasons, Seattle's balance on offense has precluded Wilson from putting up the kind of passing numbers needed to win the award. Things are different this season. Seattle's inability to run the ball with any consistency has put more of the offense on Wilson's shoulders, and he has delivered. Wilson is among the league leaders in several passing categories and is again making big plays with his feet, as well. Wilson has been especially efficient in the second halves of seasons over his career. Assuming that trend continues, he'll make a serious run at his first career MVP. Read
Social Post Of The Day
Today’s “Social of the Day” comes from Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, who is spending his 32nd birthday at LegoLand with his wife, Pele, and three daughters:
More From Around The Web
Here are 10 numbers that stood out from the Seahawks’ win last Thursday against the Arizona Cardinals.
Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times looked at the two-team race for the NFC West crown and how remaining schedules factor in.
Jim Moore of 710 ESPN Seattle thinks the Seahawks should let Wilson air the ball out more the remainder of the season.
A few numbers from Week 10 of the NFL season that impact the Seahawks.
ESPN’s Bill Barnwell sorted through the playoff odds of teams in the NFC.
Finally, Danny Kelly of The Ringer gave an overview of how crowded the field is for the two wildcard spots in the NFC.Read