10. Seattle Seahawks (6)
Just when Russell Wilson was finally becoming part of the MVP conversation, the Seattle Seahawks went out, and lost a tough game at home to the Baltimore Ravens, putting an end to their three-game winning streak.
Of course, there’s no reason for Wilson or the Seahawks to be worried over one game since this team is clearly capable of being a top contender in the NFC, although they may have to settle with battling for a Wild Card spot due to the San Francisco 49ers.
From Wilson throwing an interception that was returned by Marcus Peters for a touchdown to Marlon Humphrey recovering a DK Metcalf fumble for another score, it would be an understatement to say the Ravens’ defense got the best of the Seahawks in Week 7.
Even if the argument can be made that better weather conditions would have made things easier for Seattle, this still didn’t prevent Baltimore from putting together an impressive outing of their own.
Luckily, early signs point to the Seahawks bouncing back in Week 8 with a favorable matchup on the road against the Atlanta Falcons, who haven’t won a single game since all the way back in Week 2 against the Philadelphia Eagles.