- The Seattle Seahawks have +2200 odds to win the Super Bowl this season.
- Seattle is also +280 as the third betting choice to win the NFC West.
- With -145 odds to make the playoffs and a-160 line to have Over 9.5 wins, a successful season is possible.
SEATTLE – The Seattle Seahawks, with Russell Wilson, have been one of the most consistently great teams in the NFL. Sportsbooks are expected the team to find success, but not necessarily enough to win their division.
The Seattle Seahawks went 12-4 a season ago but lost their Wild Card game in the playoffs. The Seahawks are the reigning NFC West champions, but now, seven seasons removed from their Super Bowl season, have looked to improve their roster in the offseason.
Seahawks Offseason Acquisitions
- Gabe Jackson, OL
- Al Woods, DT
- Gerald Everett, TE
- Kerry Hyder, DE
- Ahkello Witherspoon, CB
- D’Wayne Eskridge, WR
- Tre Brown, CB
The Seahawks defense allowed 285.0 pass yards per game which was the second-most in the NFL and should be the primary area of concern. With Russell Wilson under center, the team should be fine on the offensive end of the ball.
Seattle Seahawks 2021 Season Odds
Seattle has -160 odds to have over 9.5 wins, it would mark the ninth time in the last 10 seasons that the team has reached double-digit wins. NFL betting sites believe the Seahawks will make the playoffs as they have -145 odds to do so, but it likely won’t be through winning the division.
NFC West Division Winner
- Los Angeles Rams +190
- San Francisco 49ers +175
- Seattle Seahawks +280
- Arizona Cardinals +550
As the third choice in the NFC West odds, the Seahawks Super Bowl odds get somewhat of a boost. Still, as the ninth option, the Seahawks Super Bowl odds open the season at +2200.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.