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Week 1 Sept. 9 Jacksonville Win 26-23 (OT) Week 2 Sept. 16 at Indy Loss 23-20 Week 3 Sept. 23 San Fran. Win 24-13 Week 4 Sept. 30 at Detroit Win 20-13 Week 5 Oct. 7 Tennessee Win 30-7 Week 6 Oct. 14 at Washington Loss 38-26 Week 7 Oct. 21 Arizona Win 21-14 Week 8 Oct. 25 Tampa Bay late Week 9 Nov. 4 at Seattle 3:05 p.m. Ch. 9 Week 10 Nov. 11 Detroit Noon Ch. 9 Week 11 Nov. 18 Bye Week 12 Nov. 25 at Chicago Noon Ch. 9 Week 13 Dec. 2 at Green Bay Noon Ch. 9 Week 14 Dec. 9 Chicago Noon Ch. 9 Week 15 Dec. 16 at St. Louis Noon Ch. 9 Week 16 Dec. 23 at Houston Noon Ch. 9 Week 17 Dec. 30 Green Bay Noon Ch. 9

Chart: A look ahead to next week's game against Seattle

  • October 26, 2012 - 12:40 AM

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SEATTLE (4-3)

The Seahawks are unbeaten at home. RB Marshawn Lynch was tied with Adrian Peterson for third in the NFL in rushing with 652 yards entering play Thursday.

SEAHAWKS WEEK 8

Seattle at Detroit, noon Sunday

The Seahawks have an extra three days to prepare after losing at San Francisco 13-6 in the Thursday game last week. The Seahawks are 0-3 on the road, also losing at Arizona and St. Louis.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson

A rookie from Wisconsin, Wilson won the starting job in training camp by beating out ex-Viking Tarvaris Jackson and ex-Packer Matt Flynn. He has eight TD passes and seven interceptions.

OUTLOOK

The Seahawks have the fifth-ranked defense in the NFL, and the Vikings' occasional offensive issues aren't likely to get better in noisy CenturyLink Field. Outlook: Horns down.

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