The Seattle Seahawks (5-3) take on the Washington Commanders (4-5) for Week 10 at Lumen Field. Take a look at what local and national media are predicting for Sunday's game. Click here to learn how to watch, listen, and stream the action.
Victoria Hernandez, USA Today: Seahawks 23, Commanders 20
"Washington travels across the country for its second straight road game. Geno Smith and company will be hoping to wipe away their Week 9 embarrassment where they allowed 515 yards to the Ravens as quickly and firmly as possible. Kenneth Walker III should be able to get more than 16 yards against a defense that has allowed 1,046 rushing yards this season."
Safid Deen, USA Today: Seahawks 30, Commanders 17
"The Seahawks have too much offense and plenty of defense compared to the Commanders, who just have an offense that can move the ball but a defense that just lost two starting defensive linemen at the trade deadline. I'll take Seattle at home in this one."
Lorenzo Reyes, USA Today: Seahawks 30, Commanders 20
"I think this is a nice bounce-back spot for Seattle after last week's blowout against Baltimore, which was the result of a bad matchup, more than anything. Washington battled back against the Patriots, but the Seahawks are far more talented and Seattle is a difficult road environment for a young Commanders team."
Bill Bender, Sporting News: Seahawks 28, Commanders 24
"The Seahawks were humbled at Baltimore, but they are still tied atop the NFC West. Seattle is 3-1 S/U at home, and the difference has been generating more in a running game that has struggled.. Seattle averages 115 rushing yards per game at home, and that should work against Washington – who have four straight one-score games."
Pete Prisco, CBS Sports: Seahawks 26, Commanders 23
"The Commanders are playing consecutive road games after beating the Patriots on Sunday. The Seahawks are coming off a horrible showing against the Ravens on the road. But back home they will play much better. Even so, I think the Commanders will hang around in this one. Seattle will win a tight one."
Brooke Cersosimo, NFL.com: Seahawks 26, Commanders 21
"Seattle's offense is too talented to be in this month-long rut. Behind Geno Smith's six picks in his last four outings, the Seahawks have averaged just 15 points per game since their Week 5 bye. A home tilt against a bottom-tier defense feels like the perfect get-right game if Geno can protect the ball and if Shane Waldron can get a stagnant rushing attack going. Both are essential if Seattle intends to keep up with a Washington offense that is working out the kinks and seems to be building something with young Sam Howell. The Seahawks' defense will play a huge role in how this one shakes out. If the Boye Mafe-led D-line can continuously harass the most-sacked, hit and pressured quarterback in the league -- which, yeah, feels promising -- I believe Geno will do enough to keep Seattle in the race for the division lead."
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: Seahawks 24, Commanders 16
"The Seahawks can't play worse than they did against Baltimore. But for those who worry about their ability to rebound, we've seen it once already this year when they went to Detroit and beat the Lions a week after the Rams disaster. They should reprise that bounce-back act again this week."
Adam Jude, Seattle Times: Seahawks 35, Commanders 24
"Here comes a big bounce-back game for Geno Smith and the offense, which rides a balanced attack to pull away for a much-needed victory at home."
Larry Stone, Seattle Times: Seahawks 20, Commanders 17
"I expect a bounce-back game after last Sunday's unmitigated disaster in Baltimore. If not, the Seahawks are in big trouble."
Matt Calkins, Seattle Times: Seahawks 28, Commanders 18
"The blowout loss will awaken Seattle, who will prove that last Sunday wasn't representative to its ability. Look for Geno Smith to have his best game in the past couple months as the Seahawks stay atop the NFC West standings."
Mike Florio, NBC Sports: Seahawks 30, Commanders 20
"Seattle needs this one to confirm its status as a contender."
More picks from around the web:
Eric Moody, ESPN.com: Seahawks 28, Commanders 21
Seth Walder, ESPN.com: Seahawks 23, Commanders 17
Chris Simms, NBC Sports: Seahawks 30, Commanders 21
Ali Bhanpuri, NFL.com: Seahawks 24, Commanders 17
Gennaro Filice, NFL.com: Commanders 26, Seahawks 23
Tom Blair, NFL.com: Seahawks 27, Commanders 20
Dan Parr, NFL.com: Seahawks 24, Commanders 20
The Seahawks and Commanders face off on Sunday, Nov. 12, 2023. Kickoff is set for 1:25 p.m. PT. Take a look back through history at the Seahawks' matchups against the Commanders.