The north London club have made a horror start to the season, losing all of their opening three league games without scoring a single goal.
Going into the weekend, Arsenal are rooted to the bottom of the league table and will be hosting Norwich at the Emirates on Saturday.
Seaman conceded that it is a big game for his former side and while he is happy the game is at home, he admitted that the pressure will be huge on the players if Norwich score the first goal.
The former Gunner said on talkSPORT: “My friends have been saying that it is a six-pointer and all that sort of stuff.
“But this is where we are at the moment and yes, it is a massive game now. I am happy that it is at home because if it was away, it would have been a really tough game.
“The pressure of the fans at the Emirates will tell and I hate to say this but if Norwich score first, they might do stuff like throwing their season tickets.
“There will be some major pressure if Norwich do score first.”
He stressed that the Arsenal players are escaping a lot of flak due to the focus on Mikel Arteta and believes they have just not turned up this season yet.
Seaman conceded that the team and the manager will face a major backlash from the home fans if they do not win against Norwich on Saturday.
“The players haven’t turned up and even towards the end of last season, when Arteta was getting a lot of stick, the players were turning up.
“Now, these guys are getting away with murder and there is a lot being said about them and they are not performing.
“They have got to turn up this weekend. It’s a massive game.
“I fear the worst if we get beat because the fans will turn, they are not happy with two seasons of finishing eighth.
“It is nowhere near good enough and we are at that point now where the board have chucked money at the squad.”