3. Total At Least 3 Sacks
In each this game this season, the Seattle offensive line has given up at least two sacks per game and the team is 10th in the league in quarterback hits with 29. The Seattle offensive line has shown vulnerability in past seasons as well as in 2016.
Which is where edge rusher Vic Beasley and veteran pass rusher Dwight Freeney comes into play. Beasley is fresh off a career-high 3.5 sacks along with two forced fumbles against Denver while the team accumulated six total sacks. That type of production is definitely needed against Seattle to get an offense that is not used to having to pass on 2nd and long or 3rd and long.
At times against Denver, Beasley was also seen spying Broncos rookie quarterback Paxton Lynch which is probably wise to utilize against an athletic, scrambling quarterback such as Wilson. Defensive ends Adrian Clayborn and Derrick Shelby will also be shifted inside on passing downs to apply more interior pass rush and collapse the pocket.