NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us his list of what he loved and hated about the Seahawks week 5 victory over the Carolina Panthers. Russell Wilson was able to make a lot more plays through the air and succeeding with flying colors. His slot receivers Doug Baldwin, Golden Tate and Zach Miller stepped up and put the Seahawks in favorite positions. The defense held their ground as usual, with Richard Sherman in the zone.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth brings us up to speed on the storylines he’s watching Sunday Carolina when the Hawks visit the Panthers. His big ticket item he’s watching is between Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, Richard Sherman, and Brandon Browner, will they be able to keep Cam Newton under wraps? How will Russell Wilson perform on the road in his old stomping grounds?
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens will weigh in each week with that state of the Seahawks with regards to the NFL injury report. He’ll watch for player news, read the updated practice reports, and will always do his best to provide clear an accurate NFL injuries updates, and player injury news. Week 5 features the Seahawks vs. Panthers. John Moffitt, Marcus Trufant, Jaye Howard, and Brandon Mebane are names to watch this week.
NWSB Fantasy Football Insider and part time Seahawks blogger Dave B. is back and better than ever with his Week 5 NFL fantasy football forecast for the Seattle Seahawks vs. Carolina Panthers. Dave says start the defense. The Seattle D isn’t quite as scary when they play on the road. Still, this unit is good enough to give Cam Newton and company fits. Expect Bruce Irvin, Bobby Wagner, K.J. Wright, Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor to give him fits.
Free NFL Betting Odds & Picks for the Seattle Seahawks vs. Carolina Panthers week 5 matchup. The Seahawks are a 3 point road underdog. The over/under is 43 1/2. Dave says Seattle has had some problems of late, but he is still picking them +3. Look for this to be a low scoring running game for both sides, as neither Cam Newton or Russell Wilson has got the goods to go down the field without fear of being picked off.