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Earl Thomas III Color Rush Jersey , the team has beaten 30 of the other 31 teams in the NFL. Who is that one elusive team you may ask? Well thank you for asking (and..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteField Gullsa Seattle Seahawks communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsSeahawksOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections VideosCoffee and CigarettesGame AnalysisThe Numbers GameCigar ThoughtsFiled under:Seahawk HistorySeahawks 2019 Schedule: Week 1 is Pete Carroll’s chance to finally beat the Cincinnati BengalsNew,6commentsPDTShareTweetShareShareSeahawks 2019 Schedule: Week 1 is Pete Carroll’s chance to finally beat the Cincinnati BengalsPhoto by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty ImagesSince Pete Carroll became Seattle Seahawks head coach in 2010, the team has beaten 30 of the other 31 teams in the NFL. Who is that one elusive team you may ask? Well thank you for asking (and presumably not reading the headline), the answer is the Cincinnati Bengals!We are less than three months away from Seattle’s 2019 regular season opener against Cincinnati, who are coming off a third consecutive year of missing the playoffs. There’s a damn good chance they won’t be a good team this year, as rookie head coach Zac Taylor takes over for (the finally departed) Marv Lewis. Combine their relative lack of talent with Seattle’s historically great September home record under Carroll, and you can almost pencil this in as a W already! (Note: Don’t do this)With Seattle having moved to the NFC in 2002, the Seahawks and Bengals have only played each other four times: Twice under Mike Holmgren and twice under Carroll.Seattle’s two meetings with the Bengals under Pete Carroll have been unsatisfactory for different reasons. In 2011, the Seahawks started Charlie Whitehurst even after that dismal 6-3 loss to the Cleveland Browns. He was ineffective and replaced by Tarvaris Jackson, who had been injured but was healthy enough to play if necessary. Despite a 300+ yard passing performance by T-Jack, the Seahawks offense struggled to score, but they were still very much in position to win the game thanks to interceptions by some rookie named Richard Sherman and a first-year starter named Kam Chancellor. With just over five minutes remaining in the 4th quarter, the Seahawks were only down 17-12 to a Bengals squad led by a rookie Andy Dalton. Unfortunately, Cincinnati doubled its tally to 34 points after a field goal, a punt return touchdown, and a garbage time pick-six. The 34-12 final stands as Seattle’s third-heaviest home loss under Carroll, and one of the most outrageously bullshit things I’ve ever seen in an NFL game was ruling this throw an incomplete forward pass.In the bigger picture, the Bengals made the playoffs that year while the Seahawks were just wrapping up a horrible stretch of football that saw them start out at 2-6 before making a legitimate wild card push into late December. Fast forward to 2015 and you have a different set of storylines. The Seahawks were 2-2 and coming off a very fortunate win over the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football. Cincinnati raced out to a 4-0 start and looked the part of a legitimate contender, whereas there were question marks about Seattle after the dramatic cancellation of Super Bowl XLIX.Cincinnati raced out to a 7-0 lead at Paul Brown Stadium, but the Seahawks responded with 24 unanswered points. Bobby Wagner scooped and scored. Thomas Rawls was beloved and gashed the Bengals defense for 169 yards and a very nice 69-yard touchdown. All seemed well with 15 minutes to play and a three-possession advantage.As was a familiar theme with the 2015 Seahawks, protecting leads in late-game situations were a major problem.The offense mustered up one first-down in the entire 4th quarter. Seattle’s defense rather meekly let the Bengals pick up chunk plays for fun and only pushed them into third-down twice, with one of them essentially a botched play that forced the kicking unit to rush onto the field for the game-tying field goal. A 17-point lead disappeared in the blink of an eye, but there was still overtime!A crucial underthrown incomplete deep ball thrown by Russell Wilson to Tyler Lockett on the opening possession of overtime essentially blew Seattle’s best chance at rescuing themselves. The two teams traded punts until the Bengals managed a short field off a decent return by Pacman Jones. Mike Nugent was eventually trotted out for the 42-yard game-winner, and he hit the upright but it bounced through the uprights to complete the comeback — alternatively, cap off one of the worst collapses in Seahawks history. For one day, the Bengals weren’t the Bungles. They waited until the playoffs to return to being the Bungles, as is tradition.And so Seattle and Cincinnati will battle again to kick off the 2019 campaign. In addition to Carroll’s 0-2 lifetime record against Cincy — Carroll never played the Bengals when he coached the New York Jets and New England Patriots — the Bengals are also one of two teams the Seahawks have never beaten under Russell Wilson, with the Los Angeles Chargers improving to 2-0 against Russ thanks to last year’s 25-17 victory in Seattle. This is not only a chance to start the season 1-0 for the first time since 2016, it’s an opportunity for the Seahawks to officially complete the rounds and say they’ve beaten all 31 opponents throughout the 2010s. Having clinched a playoff spot and all but locked into the fifth seed in the NFC, the Seattle Seahawks will close out the regular season in a relatively stress-free matchup against the troublesome Arizona Cardinals. The Cards, lifeless and led by Steve Wilks, who seems destined to be one-and-done at the helm, have often represented a problem for the Seahawks in Seattle; if that remains the case, it is unlikely to matter much at all.Here are the Week 17 seeding scenarios Chris Carson Color Rush Jersey , before we get into the preview:Offensive and Defensive PrimersSince these two teams last met, Arizona’s undergone a change at offensive coordinator, firing the grossly inept Mike McCoy and promoting Byron Leftwich. Though the Cardinals’ offense haven’t improved much, Leftwich, a Bruce Arians disciple, is doing some things right, mainly, giving David Johnson more opportunities. The biggest issue facing Arizona’s offense is their inability to protect Josh Rosen. Pro Football Focus’ Cardinals Twitter account perfectly highlighted the importance of pass protection for Rosen this week:Their defense, under Wilks, remains unchanged since the first meeting—you can read more on his scheme here.Numbers that Matter34.8: The Seahawks, essentially locked into the fifth seed, are free to manage their personnel as they see fit in Week 17. I wouldn’t be surprised to see backups play a fair amount, especially at running back. With a deep backfield, there’s no need to give Chris Carson 15+ touches a week before a playoff game. Rashaad Penny, expected to return from his knee injury this week, should be the biggest benefactor. Through 16 weeks, Arizona is facing a league-high 34.8 touches a game from opposing backs, and are the 27th ranked run defense in DVOA. In the first meeting between these two teams, Seattle had exactly 34 carries. Both the matchup and the situation should give the Seahawks a chance to give Penny an extended run, getting him back into game shape and more importantly, resting Carson ahead of the playoffs. 25.3: Among the laundry list of problems facing the Cardinals’ offense is their inability to convert third downs and extend drives. They’re 30th in run success rate and 32nd in pass success rate on third downs. Rosen and Arizona are converting third downs just 25.3% of the time, the second lowest mark in the league—and have the second most three-and-outs. The Cardinals’ offensive line, which is 25th in the league in adjusted sack rate, is completely overmatched on third downs, where opposing defenses can tee off on Rosen—who has taken the 10th most sacks (16) on third down. Third downs aren’t going to get any more pleasant for Rosen and Arizona in Week 17, facing a Seattle defense that excels at getting off the field. They rank 11th and 6th in success rate against the run and pass respectively, and opponents are converting just 36.14% of third downs against the Seahawks (5th in the league).Despite no longer boasting a deep NASCAR package, Seattle has remained a great pass rushing team on third downs, with the 4th best pressure percentage in the league, at 42.2%.The Cards’ offense is going to put on an ugly showing, they’re going to get themselves into third and longs, and the Seahawks will be able to rush freely. With playoffs on the horizon, it could mean a throwback to the preseason, with rookies Rasheem Green and Jacob Martin playing a considerable amount on the edges. Matchups to WatchSeahawks’ defense vs. David Johnson: There isn’t much in this game in terms of matchups George Fant Color Rush Jersey , if only because we don’t know exactly how Seattle will manage the starters’ snaps. However, one thing I’m curious about and will be watching closely, is how they combat the versatile Johnson. The most interesting thing about Pete Carroll’s outstanding coaching job this season has been the way he’s deployed first Delano Hill, and then Akeem King, as matchup dependent defenders in K.J. Wright’s absence. They were leaned on against George Kittle, and then last week, Travis Kelce. Wright has traditionally been used to defend running backs, but will Carroll and the Seahawks test this new wrinkle against one of the game’s best receiving backs?Since Leftwich took over as OC, Johnson’s been split wide more often, and his targets have risen over one more per game. On the season, he’s caught 11 passes for 110 yards and a touchdown lined up at receiver—with another 36 receptions coming out of the backfield. With Tedric Thompson set to return to the field, Hill could return to his role as the third safety, roaming around the box and picking up Johnson in coverage. Opponent to Know I’m going to do something a little different in this space for Week 17 and forgive me, because it’s completely self-indulgent. Arizona’s trip to Seattle to close out their season may be Larry Fitzgerald’s final NFL game; if it is, then my favorite football player of the last decade will be retiring following the season. What can one say about Fitzgerald that hasn’t already been said by everyone surrounding the sport over the last ten-plus years? Whether it was Cris Collinsworth gushing over yet another stunning Fitzgerald performance on Sunday Night Football, or Richard Sherman talking about how difficult it was to trash talk the veteran because he was just so damn nice, or Bobby Wagner giving his respect for letting up on a potentially devastating block, everyone in and around the NFL respects Fitzgerald for the living legend he is. Fitzgerald is one of the greatest receivers of all-time, a receiver with insanely reliable hands, a result of his grandfather making him practice with tennis balls as a child鈥?with just one eye open at a time. He has perhaps the greatest playoff run of all-time, an insane 30-catch, 546-yard, seven touchdown four-game stretch in 2008. He reinvented himself as the best slot receiver in the league, at age 30, posting 10 touchdowns after it looked like the end was near. And he did it all with that big smile on his face. Larry Fitzgerald was a pain in the ass when he played against your favorite team, catching everything in sight and making plays at the most unlikely of times. But, he was also a joy to watch, coming up big on the biggest stages time and time again. One of the greatest playoff performers of all-time may not be retiring with a ring, but if this is it for Fitz, in five year’s time he’ll have a gold jacket to make up for it.The Seahawks rid themselves of any angst they may have had in Week 17 by defeating the Chiefs last week. Instead, they get to close out the season against a Cardinals team that’s playing its worst football of the season at the end of a three win campaign. Seattle will get to manage their team’s health and roll into the playoffs in good shape.
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