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Jerry Brewer:

Seahawks, 24-7

Adrian Peterson will look at the fun Marshawn Lynch is having and secretly wish he was on the other side.

Bob Condotta:

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Seahawks, 31-13

Seattle appeared to put its mini-slump behind it with a resounding beatdown of Atlanta last week. No reason to think this game won’t be the same.


Jayson Jenks:

Seahawks, 27-10

Russell Wilson and all his new toys should have little problem putting away struggling Minnesota.


Larry Stone:

Seahawks, 38-14

With reinforcements on hand, they’ll cruise into their bye week with a decisive victory.

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Jerry Brewer:

Seahawks, 20-16

Carson Palmer has been an interception machine, and that doesn’t bode well against the ball-hawking Seahawks.

Bob Condotta:

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Seahawks, 21-17

Seattle has lost six of its past seven in Arizona. But the Seahawks have become a better road team. They should play a cleaner game than a week ago.

Jayson Jenks:

Seahawks, 24-14

Carson Palmer is second in the league in interceptions. Seattle’s defensive backs should be licking their chops.

Larry Stone:

Seahawks, 23-6

This game won’t look like last year’s 58-0 wipeout in Seattle. More like last week’s game in Seattle, minus the field-goal debacle.

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