The Seattle Seahawks have an intriguing 2020 NFL schedule, and Russell Wilson is trying to get them back to their third Super Bowl in a decade.
The NFC West is going to be a wild division and the Seattle Seahawks came inches short of winning it last season. What can the Seahawks do for an encore? Let’s go game-by-game and take a peek at Seattle’s regular-season schedule.
Russell Wilson and Matt Ryan are set for a shootout in Atlanta, but the difference in this game is on the defensive side of the ball. Seattle’s defense will make a few more plays than Atlanta’s in the end. Seahawks win a thriller 33-25.
New England Patriots
These franchises have played some classics over the years, but New England no longer has Tom Brady under center. Jarrett Stidham simply doesn’t have the weapons to keep up with Russell Wilson here. The Seahawks trounce the Patriots 30-10.
Dallas will be a tough out wherever they play in 2020 since Mike McCarthy figures to get more out of this team than Jason Garrett did. If this game was in Dallas there is a good chance the Cowboys come out on top. Since it’s in Seattle, the Seahawks emerge 29-23 winners.
Tua Tagovailoa may have a bright future ahead of him but his rebuilt offensive line will have a tough time containing Seattle’s pass rush. The Dolphins’ defense will also get exposed as Wilson attacks the middle of the field with ease. Seahawks pick up an effortless 36-20 victory.