Game-by-Game Predictions for Seattle's 2013 Schedule

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Game-by-Game Predictions for Seattle's 2013 Schedule
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The 2013 offseason has already started for 24 NFL franchises. Their primary focus is on free agency and April's draft, along with their schedule of opponents next season.

The Seattle Seahawks still believe they will play three more games in the current season, a fact that should give fans hope for an even better regular season record next year.

The Seahawks have most of their talent under contract for next season. Their only starters facing free agency are Leroy Hill (LB), Alan Branch (DT) and Steven Hauschka (K), along with a key situational pass rusher, defensive tackle Jason Jones.

They also have money to spend in free agency, but fans shouldn't expect much action on the open market. Pete Carroll and John Schneider prefer to build through the draft and reserve free agent dollars to re-sign their own players.

Then again, with a player like Henry Melton (DT, Chicago Bears) potentially on the market, Seattle may look to upgrade their biggest deficiency on defense. The team could use a strong inside pass rusher.

The young team will have an extra season of maturity and should be even better in 2013. Here is a look at the teams they will face, with a win projection for next season.

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