The “second half of the season” has begun, according to Pete Carroll.
At 3-5 and with many easier games ahead of them, the return of Russell Wilson coincides with essentially a must-split two-game series. Up next: the Green Bay Packers and the $300,000 walking inconsistency that is Aaron Rodgers.
According to DraftKings Sportsbook, Seattle is a 3.5 point underdog. They opened as a 4-point underdog, until both quarterbacks were presumed eligible to play, at which point the Seahawks gained half a point.
The people at large have faith in neither the possibly-revitalized defense nor Russell Wilson’s bionic hand.
As many have pointed out this week, an interesting fact about the Wilson / Rodgers rivalry: neither has beaten the other on the road. It’s 4-4 when you include both regular season and their two playoff appearances.
Yup. The only time this century that the road team has won is in 2008 when Rodgers was a first-year starter in GB and the Seahawks had to start Charlie Frye. https://t.co/2nC73yFxzP— Field Gulls (@FieldGulls) November 10, 2021
And here’s how the Field Gulls staff is predicting not just Seahawks vs. Packers but the rest of the NFL’s Week 10 action:
Odds/lines subject to change. T&Cs apply. See draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.