Seahawks Pick 'Em
Seattle Times sportswriters and a celebrity guesser predict the score before every Seahawks game.
Schedule Bob Condotta Jayson Jenks Larry Stone Matt Calkins
Week 2
Sunday, Sept. 18
1:05 p.m.
Los Angeles
17-6 Seahawks

Russell Wilson sprained ankle and all, the Seahawks will put at least a momentary end to the hex the Rams have had on them the last couple of years. Thomas Rawls will get back in the saddle as the lead running back and take some pressure off of Wilson and the defense will dominate an ineffectual Los Angeles offense.

20-19 Rams

The Rams and their defensive line have been something like a kryptonite for the Seahawks the last few seasons. They looked horrible in Week 1, but they've played the Seahawks tough in the past and will be making their debut in LA.

17-10 Seahawks

Disregard everything you saw on Monday night -- the Rams are always a tough opponent for the Seahawks, and that won't change in Los Angeles. Particularly not with the emotion from their first home game, and a possibly hampered Russell Wilson at QB for the Seahawks. But Seattle will slog its way to a victory.

Rams 14-10

Seattle's offensive line is still a huge work in progress as it get sets to face one of the best defensive lines in the league. Look for the Rams to give Angelinos a quality show in their return.

Week 1
Sunday, Sept. 11
1:05 p.m.
Seahawks 12
Dolphins 10
20-10 Seahawks

Meshing some new and recently returning parts might make for some sluggish moments for Seahawks offense. But defense will carry the day.

27-17 Seahawks

The Dolphins’ defensive line will let us know pretty early where the Seahawks’ new offensive line stands. But regardless of how that goes, Seattle’s defense will be too much for Miami.

24-21 Seahawks

The Seahawks will work out the kinks of a new season but still sneak away with a win, unlike last year, on a last-minute Steven Hauschka field goal.

21-10 Seahawks

The Seahawks have the superior roster and are in good health for the most part. Assuming their offensive line is anything but disastrous, there is little reason to think the season-opener will be a flop.