Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks Betting Odds for 2020

  • Total Wins Over/Under- 10.5
  • Conference Odds – 10-1
  • Super Bowl Odds- 22-1

The Seahawks were 11-5 straight up, 7-8-1 against the spread, and 8-7 over the total in 2019.

Franchise History

The City of Seattle tried for years to secure a franchise for the National Football League. On June 4, 1974, th dream came true and they were the 28th franchise to secure an agreement. They had an arrangement to play at the 64,984 seat Kingdome. 

A campaign began to name the team and 1741 different names were submitted but on June 17, 1975 the team selected Seahawks. Ticket sales began and 59,000 seats were sold in 27 days. Jack Patera was hired on January 3, 1976 as the head coach of the Seahawks. In the first year they finished 2-12 in the NFC. In 1977, the club was moved to the AFC and completed the year with a 9-7 record. 

Chuck Knox came along as the head coach in the 1980’s and he had a nine year stretch that had the team win 83 games. Knox led them to their first AFC championship. In 1984, the team was 12-4 and played in the playoffs.

The team won the Western Division in 1988. Many feel the best player to wear a Seahawks jersey may have been wide receiver Steve Largent. He was elected to the National Football League Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. 

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Front Office Personnel

  • Chairman – Jody Allen
  • Vice Chairman – Bert Kolde
  • CEO – Chris McGowan
  • President – Chuck Arnold
  • Head Coach – Pete Carroll

Single Season Record Holders

  • Most passing yards, season: Russell Wilson, 4,219
  • Most receiving touchdowns, season: Doug Baldwin, 14
  • Most rushing yards, season: Shaun Alexander, 1,880

Retired Numbers

  • Steve Largent (80)
  • Cortez Kennedy (96)
  • Walter Jones (71)
  • Kenny Easley (45)

Seattle Seahawks Betting- Looking at the Numbers

QB Russell Wilson is one of the top players at his job. The thing that the coaching staff may want to pay attention to is the run first that they prefer is not conducive to taking advantage of Wilson’s abilities.

Chris Carson is the primary ball carrier and Tyler Lockett will handle the bulk of the receiving. Adding tight end Greg Olson will help. However, the defense must improve. 

Regular Season Schedule

Coming soon…

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