Seahawks’ 2022 game predictions: Can Seattle win the NFC West?

With nine games remaining in the season, it’s time to predict the Seahawks’ game-by-game win-loss record.

SEATTLE – Let’s try again, shall we?

On August 30th, I predicted the Seahawks win/loss by watching every game. I let the Seahawks end the 2022 NFL season with a 5-12 record.

Well, the Seahawks have already achieved those overall wins and remain at the top of the NFC West division almost halfway through the season.

With nine games left in the season, it’s time to (re)predict the Seahawks’ win-loss record game by game.

Week 9: at the Arizona Cardinals (Nov. 6)

Game Prediction: Seahawks 27, Cardinals 20

Yes, it’s an away game and the Cardinals (3-5) are nearing must-win status just to relive their frustrating season. But the Seahawks are better on both sides of the ball, better coached and have a quarterback to rival Kyler Murray.

The Seahawks’ projected win-loss record: 6-3

Week 10: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Nov. 13)

Game Prediction: Buccaneers 24, Seahawks 21

This is a really difficult game to analyze. Tampa Bay (3-5) has had a miserable start to the season and finds itself in the division behind the Atlanta Falcons (4-4). Seattle was the better team, but I’m betting that veteran Tom Brady will handle the long flight to Germany and the extra media attention to lead his struggling team to an important win.

The Seahawks’ projected win-loss record: 6-4

Week 11: Bye

A much needed rest after an easy 5,200 mile flight to Germany.

The Seahawks’ projected win-loss record: 6-4

Week 12: vs. Las Vegas Raiders (Nov. 27)

Game Prediction: Seahawks 31, Raiders 27

A matchup between two teams in the bottom 10 defensive points allowed could make for a fun offensive matchup. Let’s give the win to the Seahawks, who are at home and more consistent offensively.

The Seahawks’ projected win-loss record: 7-4

Week 13: at the Los Angeles Rams (Dec. 4)

Game Prediction: Seahawks 20, Rams 10

The Rams are a total mess. The offensive line is in tatters, Matthew Stafford has regressed and Cooper Kupp is truly the only uncanny pass catcher on the team. It’s time for the Seahawks to inflict a decisive loss on them.

The Seahawks’ projected win-loss record: 8-4

Week 14: vs. Carolina Panthers (Dec. 11)

Game Prediction: Seahawks 24, Panthers 14

The Panthers are now competitive as quarterbacks, at least without coaches Matt Rhule and Baker Mayfield. Even so, the Seahawks should win this home game to prepare well for the final month of the season.

The Seahawks’ projected win-loss record: 9-4

Week 15: vs. San Francisco 49ers (Dec. 15)

Game Prediction: 49ers 21, Seahawks 13

San Francisco added Christian McCaffrey to a team that already had one of the best defenses in the league. This will be a tough game for the Seahawks to win.

The Seahawks’ projected win-loss record: 9-5

Week 16: at the Kansas City Chiefs (Dec. 24)

Game Prediction: Chiefs 35, Seahawks 24

The Seahawks are a great story this season. But they’re not good enough to win an away game against the Kansas City Chiefs. That’s okay. Few NFL teams are at this level.

The Seahawks’ projected win-loss record: 9-6

Week 17: vs. New York Jets (January 1)

Game Prediction: Seahawks 30, Jets 16

A matchup between two teams based on last season’s predictions. As good as the Jets have been this season, mostly despite their quarterback. Geno Smith, on the other hand, has maintained peak production for two months.

The Seahawks’ projected win-loss record: 10-6

Week 18: vs. Los Angeles Rams (January 8)

Game Prediction: Seahawks 24, Rams 17

The Seahawks’ projected win-loss record: 11-6

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Emma Bowman

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