Week 15. We're entering the home stretch, boys and girls. Let's dive right in.
Can anybody...anybody stop this man? Over the last five games, Baldwin is average 103 yards a game and has nine, I repeat nine, touchdown catches. On top of that, he's averaging 13.6 yards per catch.
Baldwin is well on his way to reach 1,000 yards on the year too - he currently sits at 860 yards on 61 receptions. There hasn't been a better wide receiver than Doug Baldwin over this stretch.
Cleveland doesn't happen to have the strongest pass defense this season. On average, they give up 253 passing yards a game and are ranked 26th in DVOA defending the pass.
Look for Baldwin to tear it up again as a major focal point in Seattle's passing offense.
Christine Michael/Bryce Brown
In a bold and surprising move this past week, the Seahawks brought back Christine Michael for a second opportunity after dishing him away to Dallas earlier in the season for a late round pick. They also re-signed Bryce Brown, who had several explosive games with the Eagles a few years back but washed out there after a minor case of fumbleitis.
What can you expect from these guys? No one knows. One can only speculate. All I know is they have to better than DuJuan Harris in Thomas Rawls and Marshawn Lynch's absence.
Earlier this season, the Seahawks traded a fifth round pick away to the Chiefs for Kelcie, who plays strong safety and is a core special teamer. It looks like there's a good chance that Kam Chancellor won't play on Sunday -- as he has a bruised tailbone (injured in the Ravens game) -- and didn't log a single day of practice this week.
I want to see what he can do, and if the Seahawks have a serviceable backup in McCray.
Technically, I'm not supposed to list more than 3...but Russell Wilson has just been on an insane streak recently. The Russell Wilson show continues...