Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks are set to face off against Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 11 NFL action. It is a game that could have playoff implications in the NFC.
Seattle currently holds a 6-2-1 record heading into this week’s game, while the Eagles are 5-4.
Looking ahead at the matchup, it seems like the game could be extremely competitive. Both teams are playing good football and have been helped in a big way by playmaking defenses. Each offense has the potential to put up big numbers, but there have been some inconsistencies all season long.
Wentz is playing at a very high level as a rookie quarterback. Even Wilson said that he believes Wentz will be great for many years to come. That is a glowing endorsement from one of the top quarterbacks in the NFL to the young rookie.
If you’re looking to watch some good football this week, this game is one that you don’t want to miss. Philadelphia could make up some ground in the NFC playoff picture with a big road victory, while the Seahawks are looking to further prove that they should be considered one of the favorites to win the conference and make it to the Super Bowl.
All of that being said, what bold predictions can be made for this week’s game between the Seahawks and Eagles?
Russell Wilson Torches the Philly Defense for 300 Yards, Four Touchdowns
Even though there have been some consistency issues for Russell Wilson, he has come on strong over the last few weeks. Seattle is going to need him to have a big game this week, which is exactly what he will do. Wilson will torch the Philadelphia defense for 300 yards and four touchdowns.
Carson Wentz Puts Up 300 Yards, Three Touchdowns, Two INTs
Carson Wentz is not going to be scared to go up against the strong Seattle secondary. He will have a solid game with 300 yards and three touchdowns but will throw two interceptions. Seattle’s defense will take advantage of the fact that he is a rookie and will come through with two huge forced turnovers.
C.J. Prosise Totals 125 Yards, Two Touchdowns
Perhaps one of the best surprises for the Seahawks at this point in the season has been the emergence of C.J. Prosise. He will have another big game this week against the Eagles. Prosise will total 125 yards and two touchdowns this week to further solidify himself as the starter.
Philadelphia Forces at Least Two Turnovers
The Eagles have had a playmaking defense this season and will continue to show that off this week. Whether Wilson throws interceptions or the Eagles force fumbles, they will force at least two turnovers. Philadelphia will need their defense to step up in a big way if they want to pull off a win this week.
Seattle Pulls Off a Convincing Victory
While the Eagles are going to fight to the end, the Seahawks will pull off a convincing victory this week. Seattle will improve to 7-2-1 on the season, while the Eagles will drop to 5-5. Both teams need a win this week, but there is simply no denying that the Seahawks are the better all-around football team.
Expect to see these two teams leave everything they have on the field. This game should be close at the half, but the Seahawks will pull away down the stretch. Pete Carroll has yet another serious Super Bowl contender, and it will be interesting to see how things go throughout the remainder of the season.
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