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Commanders vs. Seahawks Prediction, Picks, Odds Today 4 hours ago — Commanders vs. Seahawks Betting Lines, Start Time, and More · Spread: Seahawks -6 · Moneyline: Commanders (+205), Seahawks (-250) · Over/Under: ... Seahawks vs Commanders Week 10: Preview, date, time 2 days ago — Week 10 will be held at Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington. Kickoff is scheduled at 1:25 pm PT. Be there or be square (or stream the game or ... Listen to Seattle Seahawks Radio & Live Play-by-Play Tune in to every Seattle Seahawks game on SiriusXM. Whether it's in the car on the radio or at home on the SXM app, we've got you covered. Stream hometown play- ... Commanders vs. Seahawks (Nov 12, 2023) Live Score Live coverage of the Washington Commanders vs. Seattle Seahawks NFL game on ESPN, including live score, highlights and updated stats. How To Watch Live Games Time, TV, radio, live stream, and everything else you need to know to follow the Week 10 action vs. the Commanders at Lumen Field. Sweat has already signed a massive contract with the Bears at a number Washington was unlikely to match. I think most Washington fans are probably also pretty realistic about the team’s chances to make the playoffs this year, which are fairly low. Lose to the Seahawks and the odds drop precipitously. At this point, many Washington fans are focused on the sweeping front office and coaching changes that are likely to come this offseason. The draft talk still hasn’t begun in earnest yet. 2. By the time the game kicks off, Seattle could be back in first place in the NFC West, as the San Francisco 49ers have a tough matchup on the road against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the early slot. However, that’s getting ahead of things, because the most important item on the list for the Seahawks is defeating the Commanders when they come visit Lumen, and that is exactly is predicted in this week’s edition of five questions with Kyle Smith of Hogs Haven. 1. Where is fan sentiment regarding the team and its future after what was effectively a fire sale of talent out of the defensive front at the trade deadline? Are fans still hoping for a shot at the playoffs in a weak NFC in 2023, or are they ready to pack it in, draft a potential impact player in April and build for 2024? While many outside observers thought the trading of Montez Sweat and Chase Young looked like a “fire sale, ” most savvy Washington fans saw it as something else: the team re-couping value on two players who were set to become very high priced free agents this offseason while they could still get something for them. How hot is Ron Rivera’s seat? And how bad would things have to get for the team to decide to move on after the season? Ron Rivera’s seat couldn’t be much hotter. For most of the season, he’s been Vegas’ odds on favorite to be the first coach fired. Obviously, Josh McDaniel won that distinction, but Rivera could easily be the second or third coach fired, and will almost certainly lose his job if Washington fails to make the playoffs for the third year in a row. My opinion is that anything short of at least one playoff victory should be disqualifying for continuing in his current role. Seahawks’ fans may not realize it, but Rivera is both GM and head coach in one, in the current “coach centric” model, and it’s been a debacle. It was probably a necessity under the prior, toxic owner, but there’s near universal hope that this new ownership group will structure the Commanders like a functional organization, with a proper GM who can hire his own head coach. Most Seattle fans were ecstatic when Cody Barton left in free agency, and from the looks of fan reactions on social media, it appears that many Commanders fans will be ecstatic when he leaves in the offseason. He’s obviously currently on injured reserve, but how has Barton performed for Washington and what do fans make of his on field performance in 2023? He’s been wretched. When he first came over, I tried to convince myself he might be an equivalent replacement to Cole Holcomb, who Washington lost to the Steelers. He wasn’t, by a longshot. By Week 2, I was calling for his replacement by Khaleke Hudson. As has so often been the case through the Ron Rivera/Jack Del Rio tenure, the defense seems to be improved by key injuries to overestimated players. On the defensive side of the ball, let’s go with rookie cornerback Emmanuel Forbes. Early in the season, Forbes had some serious growing pains going up against AJ Brown and DJ Moore (and others). He was roasted, repeatedly. He rode the bench for a week or two as a result, and came out and looked great against New England last week. Admittedly, the Patriots have a beleaguered WR corps, but Forbes seemed to be playing in a more controlled manner than he had been previously. The Seahawks receivers will present another challenge for this young defensive back. 4. This is Ron Rivera’s fourth season as head coach of the team. They snuck into the playoffs as the division winner in 2020, but have missed the playoffs in each of the past two seasons and are currently under. 500. Washington Commanders - Apps on Google Play The official Washington Commanders Mobile App delivers everything you need to stay up to date and connected to the team all year long. With just a few taps, ...


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