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Tagged: Seattle Seahawks (18 Results)

Podcast: November 19 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff look back at Week 10 of the NFL regular season and preview tonight's Cardinals-Seahawks kickoff to Week 11. Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports.  more »

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Around the NFL: Seahawks Defense

Jamal Adams has been traded from the Jets to the Seahawks, a reminder that the squeaky wheel is often the one that gets the grease. And I find myself a lot more interested in Seattle's defense in fantasy leagues. It's been fairly mediocre (in sack- and takeaway-based scoring systems) in recent years, but Adams' presence should help push it up into the top 10.   more »

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Podcast: October 3 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff review Week 4 of the NFL regular season and look forward to Thursday's Rams-Seahawks matchup. Sponsored by DraftKings.  more »

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Seahawks rushing attack stalls vs. Cowboys

The Seattle Seahawks finished the season strong in large part because of a league-leading rushing attack. Unfortunately for the Seahawks and any fantasy owners counting on the Seattle backfield in Saturday’sMore playoff game against Dallas, the team had one of its worst rushing performances of the season. Seattle gained just 73 yards on 24 carries in the playoff loss to Dallas. Less

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Podcast: July 31 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Scott Pianowski of Yahoo Fantasy Sports joins the podcast to talk Doug Baldwin (we recorded before the news! his injury may in fact be our fault!), players he's drafting repeatedly in 2018, and fantasy risk vs. reward. Sponsored by FanDraft Fantasy Draft Board Software (FanDraft.com).  more »

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Around the NFL: Seattle Defense

For a number of years, the Seattle fantasy defense was one of the first ones selected. Especially in leagues where points allowed is important, considering that four years in a row (2012-2015), it led the league in fewest points allowed. It wasn't always a great fantasy defense in sack- and turnover-based scoring systems (13th or worse in three of those years), but it wouldn't hurt you.   more »

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Scheduletron: Strength of schedule

Carolina, Minnesota and Seattle project to see the weakest defenses this year. That’s what the schedule data tells us, anyway. The Panthers’ 16 opponents allowed an average of 24 points per game last year.  more »

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Around the NFL: NFL playoffs

Combing through some different stats, and I see a couple that I’ll pass along before the first playoff game starts in two hours (Seattle at Atlanta).  more »

Trivia: January 6, 2017

What four teams have hosted at least four playoff games since 2000 and have won more than 80 percent of those games? answer »

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Factoid: Goal-line rushing

So the Seahawks last night got down to the 1-yard line, and on a first and goal called a pass play that was nearly intercepted. Richard Sherman got into a sideline argument with the coaching staff about the call, saying "We've already seen how that goes."  more »

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Trivia: December 10, 2016

Who was the last player to run for over 200 yards in a playoff game? The involved teams play again this week. And as an additional hint, there is currently a skill-position player in the league with the same name. answer »

Factoid: Seattle Seahawks

Earl Thomas is out for the year, and that’s big. He’s probably the best safety in the game right now, and he’s probably the most valuable player on one of the league’s best defenses.   more »

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Scheduletron: Updated strength of schedule

Strength of Schedule isn’t everything, but it can be a contributing factor. It can help explain what’s going on – and what will happen. And looking at the numbers after Week 12, teams like Miami, Arizona, Houston, Kansas City and the Giants come to mind.   more »

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Factoid: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jameis Winston has had the hot hand recently, but I would be leery of starting him on Sunday against Seattle. The Seahawks will be missing half of their starting secondary (Earl Thomas, DeShawn Shead) but that’s just a really tough even. It’s a unit that remarkably has been even better on the road.   more »

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Scheduletron: Updated strength of schedule

As teams jockey for playoff spots and home-field advantage, it can be useful to look at the remaining schedules. According to how teams have played so far, The Seahawks, Texans, Bills and Falcons will play the easiest schedules the rest of the way.   more »

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