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The Seahawks opened up the season with a loss at Arizona. But back-to-back home wins against Dallas and Green Bay (and perhaps some luck) righted the ship quickly.
Last week's loss against St. Louis dropped their divisional record to 0-2, but all three teams in the NFC West still have to travel to the Northwest where the 12th man will be waiting.
Remaining home games: New England Patriots, Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets
Remaining away games: Carolina Panthers, Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills
The Seahawks' main concern thus far has been the lack of a passing attack. While Russell Wilson hasn't been terrible, his ability to escape the pocket and make plays with his feet may be the only thing keeping backup Matt Flynn on the bench at this point.
What's keeping Seattle afloat is the solid play of Marshawn Lynch (over 100 yards per game on the ground), and a defense led by Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman in the secondary.
The remaining opponents outside the division have a combined 15-17 record, but the two early losses puts the Seahawks in a tough spot. None of the five road games listed appear to be too difficult, but penciling in two or three wins out of the group is a bit premature.
The next two weeks will tell a lot about the Seahawks as they travel to Carolina before returning to Seattle for a game against New England. If they exit this mini-stretch 0-2, January football may never arrive.