Seahawks running backs 2013 stat line projections

Marshawn Lynch

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger J.D Burke breaks down the team’s fantasy football stat lines & projects some fantasy football league numbers in his first installment of his Seahawks 2013 roster predictions. Last season the Seahawks backfield was a one-man show, with guest appearances from the supporting cast. Pete Carroll and Darrell Bevell used Marshawn Lynch as the primary ball-carrier. This year Christine Michael, Robert Turbin, Michael Robinson and Spencer Ware factor in.

*My* Win-loss predictions for the 2013 Seahawks (Games 13-16)

Seahawks Defense

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson gives you his predictions for the final four games of Seattle’s 2013 season. Looking ahead Seattle will undoubtedly be a playoff team for him, with these last four games determining their seeding and whether or not they will secure a bye. Here’s how Chris thinks their last four games will play out. Chris does see Russell Wilson, Marshawn Lynch, and the Seahawks taking home the NFC West crown

*My* Win-loss predictions for the 2013 Seahawks (Games 9-12)

Will Wilson and the Hawks get revenge in Atlanta? (David Goldman/AP Photo)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson continues predicting the way Seattle’s 2013 season will play out. At this point in the season, entering game nine, Chris expects Seattle to have found their identity on both offense and defense. They should be cruising on offense and figuring out their best defensive front with Bruce Irvin in the mix. They’ll have some tough tasks ahead, however, with the Falcons and Saints on the schedule.

*My* Win-loss predictions for the 2013 Seahawks (Games 5-8)

Pete Carroll & Russell Wilson

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson continues predicting the way Seattle’s 2013 season will go by predicting games 5-8 on Seattle’s schedule. Going 3-1 in their first four games of the year and coming off a loss to the Houston Texans, Seattle will rebound against Indianapolis before downing Tennessee at home and Arizona on the road. They will lose their second game of the year to the St. Louis Rams on Monday Night Football, however, as Chris lists the Rams as an up-and-coming team as well as a surprise pick in 2013.

*My* Win-loss predictions for Seattle’s first quarter of the season

Chancellor (31) will be a leader on the Seahawks from now on. (AP Photo)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson gives you his opinion on the first four games on Seattle’s schedule in 2013. While all four are undoubtedly tough matchups for Seattle, Chris predicts that Seattle will go 3-1 over the time span, especially with two back-to-back home games in the mix. He predicts their first loss will come in their fourth game of the season against the Houston Texans, who they play on the road.

2012 Seattle Seahawks Predictions – Pro Football Weekly (Video)

Golden Tate

Pro football weekly weighs in with their 2012 Seattle Seahawks predictions via video. Who will take the title in an up and coming tough 2012/13 divisional race.? The Seattle Seahawks and Russell Wilson, 9 of 10 draft picks make the squad, Kellen Winslow released, Sidney Rice healthy again, Marshawn Lynch and his skittles, Pete Carroll and his wild ways, its all here. PFW has their 2012 NFC Seahawks predictions fired up and ready to go.

2012 NFC West Predictions – Pro Football Weekly (Video)

NFC West

Pro football weekly weighs in with their 2012 NFC West predictions via video. Who will take the title in an up and coming tough 2012/13 divisional race.? The San Francisco 49ers and Alex Smith? The Seattle Seahawks and Matt Flynn? The Arizona Cardinals and John Skelton? Or the St. Louis Rams and Sam Bradford? PFW has their 2012 NFC west predictions fired up and ready to go.

Out of the infirmary: More fearless Seahawks predictions

John Moffitt Suspension

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church weighs in with a Seahawks post about his predictions for five Seahawks that were injured last year. John Moffit was huge last year to the run game, another big name that missed almost the entire year was WR Sidney Rice. He is injury prone, that we knew, but can he be the big name player that the Seahawks signed as a free agent two summers ago?

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