Seattle Seahawks: Loss of Two More Running Backs, Playoff Dreams & New Time for Week 17

Updated: December 27, 2019
The NFL has announced the San Francisco 49ers game against the Seattle Seahawks will be flexed to "Sunday Night Football" for Week 17. The game was originally slated for a 4:25 start but the NFL decided it was the most exciting game for primetime and that's not surprising. Choosing the 49ers-Seahawks was a no brainer. The winner of Sunday's game will clinch the NFC West title and a home playoff game. Thanks to the 49ers' victory over the Los Angeles Rams Saturday, the 49ers can clinch the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs with a win in Seattle. Read More... two games left in the regular season, the Seattle Seahawks are bound for the playoffs for the eighth time in Pete Carroll’s 10 seasons in charge. Yet the Seahawks are in an unusual spot because this week’s matchup with Arizona could have major significance and be completely meaningless at the same time. In the race to be the No. 1 seed in the NFC, it’s important. Seattle (11-3) currently holds the top spot and will be closely watching what happens with New Orleans and Green Bay. But being the No. 1... Read More... may be out for the season with a hip injury - The Seattle Seahawks have been snake-bitten at running back over the past month with injuries that are having a ripple effect on their Super Bowl chances. Two weeks after losing Rashaad Penny for the season with a torn ACL, Seattle had starting running back Chris Carson and backup C.J. Prosise leave Sunday's loss to the Arizona Cardinals with injuries. Head coach Pete Carroll confirmed Prosise suffered a broken arm and will be out for the season. Carson left Sunday's game with a hip injury, which will keep him out for next Sunday's showdown against the San Francisco 49ers and potentially the postseason. Read More...

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