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D.K. Metcalf, Seattle Seahawks.

Welcome to Game 11 of the Seattle Seahawks 2022 season. PNWS has 12s covered with all you need to know for Sunday as the Seahawks host Las Vegas.

Pacific Northwest Sports is here for Seattle Seahawks fans. We have all the facts and tidbits 12s need to know for Sunday’s game. This week the Seahawks host Las Vegas.


Who: Las Vegas Raiders (3-7) at Seattle Seahawks (6-4).

Where: Lumen field – Seattle, Washington.

When: Sunday, November 27, 2022, 1:05 PM PST.

Weather: The rain should subside for the game, but the conditions will be wet. At kickoff, it will be overcast, with temperatures in the mid-40s. (

TV: CBS. Announcers: Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta, and AJ Ross (

Line: Seahawks -4. Over/Under: 47.5 (

Interesting Trends

In their last 5 games, the Seattle Seahawks are 4-1, both straight up and against the spread. They have also covered 5 of their last 7 games. Seattle is on a 5-game winning streak against the Raiders at home.

Las Vegas is 3-8, including 3 losses in their last 4 games. They scored 30 points or more only once this season.

Seattle Seahawks Injuries

Out (IR) – SS Jamal Adams, CB John Reid (groin), Edge Tyreke Smith (hip), LS Tyler Ott (shoulder), Edge Alton Robinson (knee), LB Darryl Johnson (foot), Rashaad Penny (fibula), RB Cullen Gillaspia (knee), WR Dee Eskridge (hand), CB Isaiah Dunn (hamstring),

Questionable – RB Deejay Dallas (knee), OT Abe Lucas (illness).

Probable – S Ryan Neal (ankle), G Damien Lewis (ankle), DE L.J. Collier (illness), CB Tre Brown (knee), LB Cody Barton (foot), S Joey Blount (personal).

Las Vegas Raiders

Out (IR) – OT Justin Herron, DE Jordan Jenkins, LB Micah Kaiser, OT Brandon Parker, WR Hunter Renfrow,

Out (Game) – DT Kendal Vickers (back).

Questionable – LB Divine Deablo (arm), CB Nate Hobbs (hand), RB Josh Jacobs (ankle), LB Blake Martinez (personal), LB Luke Masterson (ribs), T Kolton Miller (shoulder), S Roderic Teamer (knee),


Las Vegas is having an awful season. Meanwhile, the Seattle Seahawks are one of this year’s surprise teams.

Seahawks offense vs. Raiders defense

On the surface, Seattle has the fifth-highest scoring offense (25.7 points), and Vegas’ defense gives up the ninth most points (24.1).

Part of the reason for LVR’s poor scoring defense is they only have 13 sacks this year and one player, Maxx Crosby, has 9. That’s good news for this year’s most accurate passer Geno Smith. He’ll have time in the pocket to operate.

Speaking of extra time, with a little more of it to get open, Seattle Seahawks receivers D.K. Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, and Marquise Goodwin can do some serious damage. If the defense backs off, Kenneth Walker is a huge threat to break big runs.

Seahawks defense vs. Raiders offense

Raiders quarterback Derek Carr found a connection with Davante Adams. The receiver LVR gave up their first round pick for has 64 receptions for 925 yards, 10 touchdowns, and 40 first downs in 10 games.

He’s a tough matchup for Seattle’s inexperienced corners Tariq Woolen, Coby Bryant, and Michael Jackson. The Seahawks get some help with Tre Brown likely back in the lineup.

Josh Jacobs is the NFL’s third-leading rusher with 930 yards and 7 touchdowns on 183 carries. He’s also the Raiders number three receiver with 34 receptions for 251 yards. The Seahawks defense needs to keep him in check. Expect number 56, Jordyn Brooks, to shadow him all game.

Matchups to Watch

  • Seahawks WRs D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett vs. Vegas CBs Rock Ya-Sin and Sam Webb
  • Vegas RB Josh Jacobs vs. LB Jordyn Brooks
  • Seahawks OT Charles Cross vs. Vegas DE Maxx Crosby.
  • Vegas WR Davante Adams vs. Seahawks CB Tariq Woolen

Check back with us on Monday for our Seattle Seahawks overreactions.

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