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Last year , Sports Illustrated predicted doom for the Seattle Seahawks in the form of a losing record and a failure to make the playoffs. Well there’s a different columnist this year who’s gone..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesField Gulls homepageHorizontal - WhiteField Gullsa Seattle Seahawks communityFollow Field Gulls online:Follow Field Gulls on TwitterFollow Field Gulls on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchField Gulls main menuFanpostsFanshotsSectionsSeahawksOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections VideosCoffee and CigarettesGame AnalysisThe Numbers GameCigar ThoughtsSports Illustrated predicts 11-5 record, wild card spot for Seattle SeahawksNew,59commentsPDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Sports Illustrated predicts 11-5 record, wild card spot for Seattle SeahawksTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Otto Greule Jr/Getty ImagesLast year, Sports Illustrated predicted doom for the Seattle Seahawks in the form of a losing record and a failure to make the playoffs. Well there’s a different columnist this year who’s gone through the trouble of predicting all 256 regular season games, and doing up the standings afterward. Upon this incredibly taxing bit of “what-if”-ery, Conor Orr forecasts a good season for Seattle, but no NFC West title.Eleven regular season wins would be the most for Seattle since the 2014 season Seahawks Customized Color Rush Jerseys , which saw him go 12-4 and win the NFC Championship. Subsequent seasons have ended 10-6, 10-5-1, 9-7, and 10-6.Orr has the Los Angeles Rams repeating as divisional champions for a third straight season, finishing at 13-3, tied with the Kansas City Chiefs for best record in the league. Within the rest of the division, he sees the San Francisco 49ers at 8-8, while the Arizona Cardinals stay rooted to the cellar at 3-13. Joining Arizona in the race for the #1 pick would be the Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.One “surprise” of sorts from Orr is the Atlanta Falcons beating out the New Orleans Saints for top spot in the NFC South Seattle Seahawks T-Shirts , although I don’t think a few steps down for New Orleans is inconceivable. The Falcons were 7-9 last year but dealt with numerous injuries and other bad luck such as existing in the city of Atlanta.Maybe the early optimism concerning the Seahawks’ 2019 season is in part because of those oh so erroneous proclamations of Seattle’s demise. Despite the presence of multiple first-round picks in the Minnesota Vikings’ secondary, former undrafted free agent Holton Hill has managed to carve out a major role for himself as a rookie.Hill was on the field for 64 of Minnesota’s 66 plays on defense in a 21-7 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Monday, the most of any Vikings cornerback.And while the Seahawks leaned heavily on their running game — Seattle ran the ball 42 times and attempted just 20 passes — Hill and the secondary held up admirably against quarterback Russell Wilson, holding him to 72 passing yards and an interception.The Texas product, nicknamed “Hollywood” since childhood, has gotten his turn under the spotlight this season with the Vikings shorthanded at cornerback.He filled in for Trae Waynes against Seattle, racking up eight total tackles and a pass defended, but this isn’t the first time he’s played a major role for the Vikings.Hill was on the field for 76 percent of the defense’s plays against the New England Patriots in Week 13 , and played the whole game against the New Orleans Saints in Week 8.Hill logged his first career interception in Week 7, picking off New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold.<em>More observations from Monday’s snap counts:</em>— Waynes was held out with a concussion, while Xavier Rhodes was back to his usual workload after playing on just 61 percent of the defense’s snaps against the Patriots.— Running back Dalvin Cook, who has played anywhere from 57 to 88 percent of the offense’s snaps since returning to the lineup in Week 9, was especially involved against Seattle. He out-snapped fellow running back Latavius Murray 49-8.— Even C.J. Ham got more work than Murray, logging 10 snaps, his largest workload since Week 8.OFFENSEPLAYERPlays (58)%Elflein58100%Reiff58100%Compton58100%Remmers58100%Cousins58100%Rudolph5798%Thielen5697%Diggs5086%Cook4984%O’Neill4984%Treadwell3052%R. Hill1831%Robinson1322%Ham1017%Murray814%Conklin712%Smith12%DEFENSEPLAYERPlays (66)%Smith66100%Harris66100%Barr6497%H. Hill6497%Rhodes6294%Kendricks6192%Hunter5482%Griffen5380%Joseph5177%Richardson4568%Gedeon3756%Alexander3655%W

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