NFL PICKS: WEEK 7 Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals


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This Sunday, October 22, 2023, the Seattle Seahawks, led by one of the league’s finest runners, Kenneth Walker III, host the Arizona Cardinals at the iconic Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington.



SPREAD:  Arizona Cardinals  +7.5 (-110), Seattle Seahawks -7.5 (-110)

MONEYLINE:  Arizona Cardinals +285, Seattle Seahawks -370

TOTAL:  Arizona Cardinals O 44.5 (-110), Seattle Seahawks U 44.5 (-110)


Walker’s Charge: Seahawks Seek Redemption

NFL Team Seattle SeahawksThe Seattle Seahawks enter this game fresh off a 17-13 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in their last outing on October 15. Geno Smith took the reins at quarterback for the Hawks and threw for 323 yards, completing 65.9% of his passes, although he failed to find the end zone and was intercepted twice. Smith also showed his versatility by rushing for 20 yards on four carries. However, it was Kenneth Walker III who provided a spark on the ground for Seattle, rushing 19 times for 62 yards at a rate of 3.3 yards per carry. Walker also showcased his receiving skills with three receptions for 27 yards. Tyler Lockett made his presence felt with six catches for 94 yards, averaging an impressive 15.7 yards per reception. The NFL Odds can put the Seahawks as the favorites playing at Home


Resilient Cardinals Aim to Soar Without Stars

NFL Team Arizona CardinalsOn the flip side, the Arizona Cardinals are coming off a tough 26-9 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. Joshua Dobbs, in place of their star quarterback, had a modest outing, passing for 235 yards on 21-of-41 attempts with no touchdowns and one interception. Dobbs also contributed with his legs, amassing 47 yards on seven carries. Running back Keaontay Ingram carried the ball 10 times for 40 yards, maintaining a solid 4.0 yards per carry. In the passing game, Michael Wilson shone brightly, recording three receptions for 62 yards, averaging an impressive 20.7 yards per catch. The NFL Lines are not too favorite for a win on the Cardinal’s side.


Betting point

The Seahawks hold a 3-2-0 record against the spread this season, indicating their ability to cover the point spread in three of their five games. However, when it comes to over/under bets, Seattle’s games have gone over the total in just two out of five opportunities, accounting for 40% of the time.

On the other side, the Arizona Cardinals have an equally impressive record against the spread, with three wins in six games this season. When they’ve been significant underdogs, those favored by 7.5 points or more, they managed to win against the spread once in two attempts. In terms of over/under bets, the Cardinals’ games have gone over the total in four out of six opportunities, an impressive 66.7% success rate.


Key leaders 

On the Seahawks side, Geno Smith has accumulated 1,169 passing yards this season, averaging 233.8 yards per game with a completion rate of 67.7%. Smith has thrown for five touchdowns and been picked off three times. The focal point of Seattle’s ground game is Kenneth Walker III, who boasts an impressive 345 rushing yards, averaging 69 yards per game with six touchdowns. He’s also a reliable receiving option with 11 receptions for 100 yards. In addition, Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf have been Smith’s primary targets, combining for four touchdowns and 588 receiving yards.

On the defensive side, players like Zach Charbonnet, Boye Mafe, Bobby Wagner, and Tre Brown have been instrumental in their respective roles, with Charbonnet providing support in both rushing and receiving, Mafe making a significant impact with his tackles for loss and sacks, Wagner being the tackling machine, and Brown contributing with interceptions and pass defenses.

For the Cardinals’ unfortunately, due to injury, their star quarterback is absent, but Joshua Dobbs has stepped in admirably, accumulating 235 passing yards per game. In the rushing department, Keaontay Ingram is the go-to guy with 40 yards per game. Michael Wilson has shown his prowess in the receiving game with 62 yards per game and three catches.