The NFL preseason is still months away, but football fans were given something to look forward to this week with the release of the 2015 regular season schedule.
Regular season action begins on Thursday, September 10th with the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Seattle Seahawks’ 2015 campaign will begin on the road against the St. Louis Rams on September 13th. The reigning NFC champions open their home schedule on Sunday, September 27 against the Chicago Bears.
Going into the new season, the Seahawks are looking to make a run for a third-straight Super Bowl appearance following last year’s heartbreaking finale.
View the downloadable PDF of the Seahawks schedule here.
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After early-season stumbles that had some wondering if they’d even make the playoffs, the Seattle Seahawks are playing their best football at just the right time. Winners of six straight games, the defending champs have home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs and look like clear favourites to appear in the Super Bowl once again.
The Seahawks’ aspirations for back-to-back championships begin on January 10th, when they will host either the Detroit Lions, Arizona Cardinals or Carolina Panthers in the NFC divisional playoffs. Should the Seahawks win, the NFC championship game will take place in Seattle on Sunday, January 18. The Super Bowl game will be played on Sunday, February 1st in Glendale, AZ.
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What happens when an unstoppable force hits an immovable object? We’re about to find out as Super Bowl XLVIII has the NFL’s best offence (Denver Broncos) looking to make a dent in the league’s best defence (Seattle Seahawks). Peyton Manning’s Broncos made short work of the New England Patriots to take the AFC title, while Richard Sherman’s game-saving tip in the final seconds of the NFC championship game punched the Seahawks’ ticket to New Jersey.
It’s the matchup that many have been predicting all season long, and Super Bowl XLVIII will truly be a test between the two best teams in the NFL. The Seahawks rode their stingy defensive play, a near-flawless home record and workhorse running back Marshawn Lynch to the Super Bowl, but they will be in tough against Peyton Manning’s high-flying offence.
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It’s week three for the NFL, and the Seattle Seahawks are going in 1-1. Under the new leadership of head coach Pete Carroll, the Seahawks are showing signs of change, and are still looking for their rhythm as a team.
Seattle opened strong against San Francisco with a 31-6 win over the 49ers at home. In game two on the road, the Seahawks didn’t fair so well, losing to Denver 31-14. Continue reading
The Seattle Seahawks signed Golden Tate today. The talented second-round pick will play for Seattle under a $3.26 million dollar, four-year contract. Tate was a standout player for Notre Dame. He led the country last year as top wide receiver.
This is an exciting day for Seahawks fans and for the player himself. In Tate’s own words via Twitter this morning, “Praise God!!! Terms and conditions have been reached for the Seattle Seahawks! Let’s play ball!… Today has been such a blessing and a dream come true! But the best is yet to come!” Continue reading