2019 NFL Team Regular Season Win Totals
The Seattle Seahawks have a favorable schedule that mixes with a middling season win total. The combination makes for pushing an investment to a play over the Westgate of Las Vegas posted number of 8.5 wins (minus-120). Seattle doesn’t roster a number of the star-studded personalities and talents that made them the perennial favorite in the NFC West for a handful of years but they still have the player personnel to win 10 games and compete in the division. 2019 NFL Team Regular Season Win Totals.
The football IQ of Russell Wilson in combination with the talent of running back Chris Carson and depth at wide receiver make them the primary challenger to the Los Angeles Rams in 2019. Seattle closed the 2018-19 season with the third-youngest (25.5 years) team in the league. And had a grand total of $60 million in cap space to work under this offseason.
Seahawks improve on 10-6 mark of 2018
Pete Carroll’s squad finished last season with a 10-6 record and the experience that the youth absorbed a season ago make them better in 2019. Expect MLB Bobby Wagner to get a contract extension and OLB K.J. Wright to be healthy after an injury riddled 2018 season.
The dynamic duo of Carson and Rashaard Penny make Seattle more dangerous through the air than they were a year ago. The Thunder and Lightning combo of Carson and Penny is bolstered by the improvement of an offensive line bolstered by the All-Pro play of 2017 second round pick guard Ethan Pocic.
The Seahawks have been prime-time monsters under head coach Pete Carroll. And their 2019 schedule includes five prime-time games. Under Carroll, the Seahawks have a 26-5-1 mark in prime-time games. The favorable late season Week 11 bye sets them up for a critical three-game stretch in which they play at Philadelphia, at home against Minnesota and on the road in LA versus the Rams.
Week 12 through Week 17 Seattle Seahawks Regular Season Schedule
Nov. 24 at Philadelphia
Dec. 2: vs. Minnesota
Dec. 8: at L.A. Rams
Dec. 15: at Carolina
Dec. 22: vs. Arizona
Dec. 29: vs. San Francisco
The Seahawks close the season with three winnable games that put them over the Las Vegas SuperBook’s 8.5 game regular season win total.