The Baltimore Ravens visit Seattle for a Week 7 battle against the Seahawks. The Ravens will look for their first statement win of the 2019 season against one of the toughest teams in the NFC and in one of the most hostile environments in professional sports.
But this isn’t the Seahawks you likely remember. With so much having changed in Seattle in recent years, I turned to Liz Mathews, managing editor of Seahawks Wire, to get the inside scoop. She was gracious enough to answer a bunch of my questions, including how Baltimore can hope to slow Seattle and quarterback Russell Wilson.
Also, check out my answers to her questions on Seahawks Wire.
The Seahawks have a knack for keeping things close and winning games in the fourth quarter. In fact, three of Seattle’s five wins have come by a field goal or less, and all but one of its six games have been decided by six or fewer points. Most of the credit for the recent comeback victories goes to quarterback Russell Wilson, who routinely finds ways to defy the odds, even with the piecemeal offensive line.