Trey Frisbey (4-1)
Nov 11, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA; World War II veteran pilot Joe Moser waves a Seattle Seahawks towel after raising the 12th man flag prior to the game against the New York Jets at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports
Seattle Seahawks 20
Tennessee Titans 17
The point spread on this game favors Seattle by around 14 points according to most sports books. While I think this line is way too high, I don’t see the Titans beating the Seahawks at home. The Hawks haven’t lost in Seattle since Christmas Eve in 2011 and while I like the matchup, the home-field advantage for the Seahawks is too great.
Like many have said all year, the Titans defense is good enough to keep them in any game they play, but can the offense score enough points to win in Seattle? Doubtful. This would be a great week for Chris Johnson to have a breakout game and Ryan Fitzpatrick throw for 350, but it won’t happen. Its going to be LOUD in Seattle Sunday.
(Titans 0, Seahawks 2)