Seahawks 2022 season projection: game-by-game predictions


The 2022 NFL regular season won’t begin for nearly four months, but with free agency and the draft on the books, most teams won’t experience any significant roster changes by the start of the season. training camp in July.

With that in mind, with the Seahawks currently having a full roster of 90 men heading to OTAs later this month, it’s never too early to take a look at the schedule and predict how the season will to come will unfold.

How will Seattle behave in 2022? Here is a brief overview of the cumulative win and loss totals for the 17 scheduled games:

NFL: Detroit Lions vs. Seattle Seahawks on January 2, 2022;  Seattle, Washington, USA;  Seattle Seahawks running back Rashaad Penny (20) rushes against the Detroit Lions during the fourth quarter at Lumen Field.

Week 16: Chiefs 38, Seahawks 16

2022 results: 6-9

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Holding on to slim playoff hopes, Seattle stuns the Arrowhead Crowd with a methodical long touchdown to open the game as Lock connects with Dee Eskridge on a contraband rollout to give his team a 7-0 advantage. After that, however, Patrick Mahomes burns the Seahawks secondary with 418 passing yards and four touchdowns and Chris Jones thrice fires Lock, turning this game into a Christmas Eve massacre and putting a dagger in the coffin of the playoffs. from Seattle.

Week 17: Seahawks 23, Jets 20

2022 review: 7-9

With little to play for other than draft positioning, Seattle ushers in the new year with a solid performance against an improving New York Jets team that isn’t quite ready for prime time. Jamal Adams fills in the stat sheet against his old team with a sack and an interception, while Geno Smith saves for a broken Lock and enacts revenge of his own with touchdown passes to Metcalf and Will Dissly. Zach Wilson nearly brings the Jets back in the final moments, but a failed fourth conversion leads to a tough loss on the road.

Week 18: Rams 30, Seahawks 20

2022 review: 7-10

If the Rams have already locked down the NFC West and potentially the top seed in the conference at this point, the Seahawks could play against reserves and have an excellent chance of eclipsing their 2021 record. But for this simulation, Los Angeles has still something to play for and while Seattle fights back better than in Week 13, Kupp and tight end Tyler Higbee prove too much to handle and a steady effort from Smith is wasted. in a season-ending 10-point loss.


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