The NFL season is still a few months away, but now is a great time to begin prep for 2021. The NFL schedule is released, 2021 odds for Super Bowl winners and division winners are now up for bettors, and training camp is right around the corner.
Today we’ll take a look at the Seattle Seahawks schedule, odds, and more for the 2021 season so you can plan your bets against their NFL odds.
NFL Betting – Seattle Seahawks Calendar Odds & Analysis For the 2021-22 Season
Seattle Seahawks: 2020 Season Recap
Seattle started 2020 strong, with Russell Wilson leading the team to a 5-0 start. Wilson’s play at the beginning of the year elicited MVP buzz, which eventually fizzled as the Seahawks began losing a few games.
Seattle moved to a running attack halfway through the season while Wilson was stuck throwing interceptions, finishing the season 12-4.
Seattle won the NFC West but lost to the Los Angeles Rams in the Wild Card Round.
Seattle Seahawks: Odds for 2021
MyBookie has you covered for all things NFL betting. On site you can find every available bet for the Seahawks, from Week 1 odds to Super Bowl LVI odds and everything in between.
The Seahawks have the 12th-best odds to win the Super Bowl, at +2500.
Seattle has the sixth-best odds to win the NFC, at +1100.
In a tough NFC West, the Seahawks currently have the third-best odds to win the division, at +280.
Seattle Seahawks: 2021 Schedule
The Seahawks are always going to start off with a tougher schedule than most, in what is largely considered the best division in football. The Los Angeles Rams have gotten a major upgrade at the most important position with the trade for Matthew Stafford. San Francisco is just a year removed from a Super Bowl, hopefully, healthier than they were in 2019.
Then there’s Arizona, which was competitive in 2020 and should see another leap for dual-threat quarterback Kyler Murray.
Beyond playing each of those teams twice, Seattle will also play the entire NFC North and AFC South.
All things considered, too favorable divisions to draw. If Aaron Rodgers is traded from Green Bay, the Packers are suddenly not so much a threat.
For the other three games, the Seahawks have a first place schedule seeing as they finished in first in 2020. The teams will be Washington, growing strength in the NFC, New Orleans, testing out a new quarterback, and Pittsburgh, sure to regress.
Not a bad 2021 schedule.
The teams on Seattle’s schedule:
- Los Angeles Rams (x2)
- San Francisco 49ers (x2)
- Arizona Cardinals (x2)
- Green Bay Packers
- Chicago Bears
- Minnesota Vikings
- Detroit Lions
- Washington Football Team
- New Orleans Saints
- Indianapolis Colts
- Tennessee Titans
- Houston Texans
- Jacksonville Jaguars
- Pittsburgh Steelers
2021 Season Prediction
The schedule for Seattle isn’t too menacing, and they still have one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL in Russell Wilson.
The odds seem like strong value for Seattle given the returning weapons at receiver and a strong defense.
Consider betting on Seattle to win the NFC on MyBookie, at +1100. The schedule above should yield plenty of wins, and the Seahawks could be vying for home-field advantage come playoff time.
NFL Seattle Seahawks Calendar Analysis In 2020
When a team makes the playoffs and wins a game in the postseason, the expectation is that they will be back there again in the following season. It’s never quite that simple, though, as every team loses players in free agency and has to go out and try to fill those holes as well as they can. They also need to find a way to fix the weaknesses that prevented them from going all the way in the previous year. The Seattle Seahawks were that team last season, and while they look ready to compete in the NFC West again this coming season, you do still have to wonder if they have done enough to fix their defensive deficiencies.
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