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Seattle Seahawks

Stadium: CenturyLink Field | Coach: Pete Carroll
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense15th153.3 (2nd)203.7 (29th)
Defense8th85.5 (6th)238.5 (15th)

Last Game

Sun, October 19
Edward Jones Dome
TV: FOX
Seattle Seahawks
at
St. Louis Rams
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Game Leaders

SEA
Passing: R. Wilson (23-36, 313)
Rushing: R. Wilson (7-106)
Receiving: D. Baldwin (7-123)

STL
Passing: A. Davis (18-21, 152)
Rushing: T. Mason (18-85)
Receiving: B. Cunningham (5-46)

Schedule

Thu Sep 4
W 36 - 16GB
Recap
Sun Sep 14
L 30 - 21at SD
Recap
Sun Sep 21
W 26 - 20DEN
Recap
Mon Oct 6
W 27 - 17at WAS
Recap
Sun Oct 12
L 30 - 23DAL
Recap
Sun Oct 19
L 28 - 26at STL
Recap
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 26
FOXat CAR
4:25 pm EST
Sun Nov 2
OAK
4:25 pm EST
Sun Nov 9
NYG
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 16
at KC
4:05 pm EST
Sun Nov 23
ARI
8:30 pm EST
Thu Nov 27
at SF
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 7
at PHI
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 14
SF
8:30 pm EST
Sun Dec 21
at ARI
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 28
STL

Standings

NFC
West
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Arizona5-1-01-0-0
San Francisco4-3-01-1-0
Seattle3-3-00-1-0
St. Louis2-4-01-1-0
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Percy Harvin was frustrated with role in Seahawks offense
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Jets wide receiver Percy Harvin said he doesn't know how he will be used in New York's West Coast offense, but is hoping for a different role than he had with Seattle. Harvin said he grew frustrated with how Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell used him on offense.

"Not that I didn’t like what I was doing. I just wanted to do a little bit more as a receiver," he said, per NJ.com. "I wanted to get downfield just a little bit more than what I was doing. That definitely caused frustration a little bit."

Harvin totaled 22 catches for 133 yards and 11 rushes for 92 yards in five games with Seattle. However, none of his 26 targets went for 20 or more yards, according to Pro Football Focus.

"You could put a lot of different things to the numbers," he said. "But that was one of the key things that drove a little frustration."

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Fantasy Analysis | 1413764456
Losing does wonders for Russell Wilson's numbers
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Though it wasn't the case Week 6 against Dallas, when the Seahawks began what's now their first losing streak since 2012, quarterback Russell Wilson has thrived with the team's diminished dominance this season. Never was it more apparent than Week 7 at St. Louis, when a come-from-behind effort translated to a career high in total yards. He completed 23 of 36 passes for 313 yards and ran seven times for 106. It was his second 100-yard rushing effort in his last three games.

He also had three touchdowns -- two through the air and one on the ground -- giving him multiple scores in five of the team's six games this season. He had multiple scores in only eight of 16 games last season.

Though the Seahawks have done a fine job limiting yardage, they haven't been as dominant defensively as they were last season, and that's given them a greater need for offense late in games. Though they won't always be playing from behind against a defense that will allow them to make up ground, they may need to throw in the fourth quarter often enough for Wilson to keep this up.

He's a good choice to start again Week 8 at Carolina.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1413762716
Cooper Helfet probably not worth your time
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

When you see that tight end Cooper Helfet had 61 yards on three catches, including an impressive 19-yard touchdown in which he caught the ball over the top of a defender while keeping his feet in bounds, your natural reaction might be to say, "Hey, it's because Percy Harvin is no longer with the team."

But that wasn't the biggest contributing factor to his performance. Above all, he saw more time on the field because the Seahawks' top two tight ends, Zach Miller and Luke Willson, were sidelined by injuries. Miller has now missed three games following ankle surgery and will likely miss a couple more, but Willson (groin) was a game-time decision for Week 7. He could certainly return in Week 8.

True, maybe Helfet's touchdown grab earns him a bigger slice of the pie going forward, but sharing the tight end spot on a run-first team probably won't yield much in Fantasy. Again, even in this one, he had just three catches total.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1413761603
Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse enter discussion
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Though Percy Harvin's production wasn't so great for the Seahawks, he was a big part of the game plan for the team's first five games this season, so you had to figure with him out of the picture -- he was traded to the Jets over the weekend -- somebody on the Seahawks would get more of an opportunity.

Turns out that somebody was exactly who everybody expected it to be: Doug Baldwin. In his first game without either Harvin or Golden Tate (now with the Lions) to cut into his production, he was clearly quarterback Russell Wilson's go-to guy, leading the team in receptions with seven, receiving yards with 123 and targets with 11. The targets were a career high, and the receptions and receiving yards trailed jut his eight-catch, 136-yards performance against the Giants in 2011.

Safe to say he's a must-add off the waiver wire for a team that may have to throw more than it's used to with its defense showing some vulnerability. Of course, Jermaine Kearse is gaining Fantasy appeal as well. He had only three catches for 50 yards, but his seven targets were second-most on the team. In the past, the Seahawks haven't been able to sustain two wide receivers for Fantasy purposes, but again, after two straight losses, this season is shaping up to be a little different for them.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1413756039
Good matchup doesn't help Seahawks DST
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

After facing some of the league's most explosive offenses over its first five games, the Seahawks DST looked like it finally had a chance to strut its stuff Week 7 at the Rams -- a team that entered the day having allowed the second-most Fantasy points per game to DSTs.

So naturally, the already underwhelming Seahawks DST had one of its worst performances of the season. In terms of yardage, it was fine, allowing 272 total. But it gave up 28 points without recording a sack or takeaway, marking the first time this season that the Seahawks had neither.

They didn't get any help from their special teams. Seven of those points came on a 90-yard punt return by Stedman Bailey in the second quarter. Still, by failing to deliver in its most favorable matchup to date, the Seahawks DST showed it might not be an automatic start in Fantasy.

Because the Panthers struggled against the Packers in Week 7, you might stick with the Seahawks DST for Week 8 at Carolina. But if you see a matchup you like better, have at it.

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