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Seattle Seahawks

Written by: Ioana Romanasu
Updated October 14, 2022
10 min read

If you’re wondering what fans of the Seattle Seahawks are like, consider this: The team has set the Guinness World Record for loudest crowd noise at a sporting event, twice. After winning the Super Bowl in 2013 in a blowout against the Denver Broncos, they’re a favorite of sports gamblers too.

The Seahawks are the only team in the Pacific Northwest and their fans cover a huge area that even extends into Canada. Since joining the league as an expansion team in 1976 the Seahawks have become a force and return to a competitive NFC West division with hopes of making the playoffs for the eighth time in the last ten years.

In this team guide, we’ll take a closer look at the roster, star players, recent results and lots more. The goal is to get you up to speed on important Seahawks facts and give you a few new tools to guide your betting this season. Key points include:

  • Stats and trends you can use to win more betting on the Seahawks.
  • Analysis of the team’s roster, recent results, and player performance.
  • Trivia and answers to common questions about the Seattle Seahawks.

Seattle Seahawks Team

Seattle Seahawks Team History

The Seattle Seahawks organization played its first game in 1976 as an expansion franchise but they didn’t win a Super Bowl until 2013 when they crushed the Denver Broncos 43-8.

In addition to that single league championship, the Seahawks have won three conference championships, ten division titles and made 17 playoff appearances. Since drafting Russell Wilson in the third round of the 2012 draft, the Seahawks have made the playoffs in six of his seven seasons and won the division three times.

Steve Largent, Cortez Kennedy, Walter Jones, and Kenny Easley all made it into the Football Hall of Fame mainly for their contributions to the Seahawks. Other notable names in franchise history include Shaun Alexander, Richard Sherman, and Russell Wilson.

Seattle Seahawks FAQs

How much are the Seattle Seahawks worth?

During the 2017 season, the Seahawks organization generated $413 million in revenue and Forbes estimates the business to be worth $2.6 billion.

Who owns the Seattle Seahawks?

The Seahawks are owned by Paul Allen.

When did the Seattle Seahawks become a team?

The organization played its first season in 1976.

Have the Seattle Seahawks Won the Super Bowl?

Yes, the Seahawks have won a Super Bowl.

What stadium and city do the Seattle Seahawks play in?

Since 2002, the Seahawks have played at CenturyLink Stadium, located in Seattle, Washington.

Where do the Seahawks have training camp?

The club holds a training camp at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center, located in Renton, Washington.

What is the Seattle Seahawks mascot?

Blitz is the official mascot.

What are the Seattle Seahawks team colors?

The Seahawks wear college navy, action green, and wolf grey.

Seattle Seahawks Player Highlights

All-Time Team Leaders

Games played Jose Nash
Passing Yards Matt Hasselbeck 29,434
Passing TDs Russell Wilson 196
Receiving Yards Steve Largent 13,089
Receiving TDs Steve Largent 100
Rushing Yards Shaun Alexander 9,429
Rushing TDs Shaun Alexander 100
Sacks Jacob Green 97.5
Interceptions Dave Brown 50
Points Scored (Kicker) Norm Johnson 810

Tips for Betting on Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks were a tough team to pin down during the first half of last season. They teetered around the .500 mark early, falling to 4-5 after a week 9 loss to the LA Rams. From that point on, the Hawks turned their season around by winning six of their last seven games to qualify for the playoffs.

The team was once again led by the fantastic play of QB Russell Wilson and a committed rushing attack that was tops in the league. Seattle had great balance on both sides of the ball, finishing 6th in points scored and 11th in points against.

The team had a busy offseason, which included signing Wilson to a record-setting contract, trading top pass-rusher Frank Clark to the Chiefs, and losing WR Doug Baldwin to retirement. The LA Rams, who won the NFC West last season, once again represent the biggest threat within the division. To offset the loss of Clark, the Seahawks drafted DE LJ Collier with the 29th overall pick.

The Seahawks were the only team to finish in the top three both against the spread and over percentage last year. To close out the season, the Hawks hit the over in eight of their last nine games. These two stats definitely represent the biggest betting opportunities if you want to put money on the Seahawks.

The Russell Wilson to Tyler Lockett connection was the best in the NFL, with Wilson posting a perfect 158.3 passer rating when targeting Lockett. These performances are expected to continue which provides ample chances for prop bets on these players.

LJ Collier and WR DK Metcalf, the Seahawks’ first two 2019 draft picks, are expected to make an immediate impact for Seattle this season. Metcalf, in particular, is an intriguing prospect, with some believing he was the biggest steal of the draft.

Use these stats from last year to guide your wagers this season:

  • The Seahawks finished second in the league vs. the spread last season, going 10-5-2 to finish the year with a 66.7 cover percentage.
  • The Seahawks finished the year with a 9-7-0 over/under record when it came to betting game totals in 2018.
  • Over the first five weeks of the season, the Hawks have to play at Steelers, vs. Saints, and vs. Rams — three of the best offenses in the league last season. On the flip side, they finish the year at home vs. the 49ers and Cardinals — the two worst teams in the league in 2018.

Start Betting on the Seattle Seahawks Now

Even a quick look at recent Seahawk stats make it clear that the team offers good sports betting value, especially in terms of point spread bets and the over on totals bets. With high-performing players in key positions, there are lots of good angles you can take with prop bets too.

If you live in a state where sports betting is legal, use the tips and info on this page to help make smarter bets this season.

If you’re a local Seahawks fan living in Washington, unfortunately, there is currently no way to bet on sports legally. However, state lawmakers have introduced two sports betting bills that may change things soon.

Stay up to date on that situation as it develops with our guide to legal sports betting in Washington state.

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Ioana has been working in the US iGaming industry since 2018, when she joined Gaming Innovation Group as a Content Executive for World Sports Network. Ioana is now Content Team Lead for WSN and manages the day-to-day operations across the site. From coordinating content with the vast writing team, to ensuring all operator details on the site are up-to-date and accurate, Ioana is vital cog in the WSN machine.

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