LA Rams schedule: 4 games we can’t afford to lose
A third game that the LA Rams must win occurs late in the season when the LA Rams face the NFC West Division rival Seattle Seahawks for the first time at SoFi Stadium. By now, the Rams will be making their full-throttle playoff push, and they will be able to do so against ILB Bobby Wagner’s former team.
The Seattle Seahawks traded former QB, Russell Wilson, to the Denver Broncos, and will now entrust quarterback Drew Lock. I don’t see why, as the LA Rams will give him no more comfort in the pocket than his predecessor. The Seahawks also outright released Wagner.
Whatever is said leading up to this one, you can bet that Wagner wants to make his presence felt on the football field. The Seahawks may be in freefall mode by the time that this game shows up on their schedule. If so, you can bet that Wagner will show his former teammates or coaches any mercy.
How pessimistic is the outlook for the Seattle Seahawks for the 2022 NFL season? So dismal that the NFL schedulers made it a point to get former quarterback Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos scheduled for Week 1 because they believe that the Seahawks will play so poorly this year that NFL fans as a whole will lose interest in them as little as the first month of NFL play.