Seattle comes into this game having won four of their last five games to get back into the playoff picture in the NFC. The Seahawks bring a 4-3 record into this game and have a legitimate shot at a Wild Card spot this season. The Los Angeles Chargers have won four straight games but still trail the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West. LA’s 5-2 record has them in a great spot to reach the playoffs this season. The Chargers are a 1.5 point underdog against the Seahawks on Sunday.
Seahawks Defense Returning To Form
Quarterback Russell Wilson continues to put up huge numbers to lead the Seahawks on offense. Wilson has thrown for over 1,500 yards this season to go along with 16 touchdown passes. The dual-threat quarterback has also rushed 19 times for 77 yards. Tyler Lockett has emerged as the top wide receiver for Seattle this season, racking up 394 yards and six touchdowns to lead the team.
Rivers Leading Chargers Offense
The Los Angeles defense is much improved this year, giving up just 23.3 points per game. The Chargers have done this without Joey Bosa, who is expected to miss this game against the Seahawks. Los Angeles has intercepted nine passes this season, with seven different players recording a pick. The Chargers will look to slow down Wilson and the Seahawks offense in this game.