2014 Seattle Seahawks Schedule
The Seattle Seahawks are ready to take flight for another riveting season of pro
football action, providing more than enough incentive to head out to CenturyLink Field to cheer on the defending champions.
The Seahawks are prepared to take on all comers at their home field this season, and they're going to have to take down some
of the top teams in the National Football League. They will likely have a target on their backs all season long after running
the table and winning it all last year, but the Seahawks definitely have the talent to defend their title and will be looking
to put together another memorable season of action.
It all gets started in a very big way, as the Seahawks will host
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers on Sept. 4 in the very first game of the season in a matchup that could play out in
any number of ways. The Seahawks will also certainly be looking forward to Sept. 21 when Denver comes to town, as the Broncos
will be eager for the rematch and the Seahawks would love to take down Peyton Manning and the Broncos once again after beating
them in the Super Bowl. A Nov. 23 matchup against the talented Cardinals will be another tough matchup that will have plenty
of fanfare, and the Dec. 14 game against the Niners at home will additionally be one circled on calendars all over Seattle.
than just the home games, however, the schedule has all kinds of road possibilities as well. A road trip to San Diego on Sept.
14 will bring them up against another 2013 playoff team and it won't get much bigger than a Monday Night Football matchup
with the Redskins in D.C. on Oct. 6. Perhaps the crown jewel of the road schedule, though, is when the Seahawks head to San
Francisco to take on the Niners on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 27) in a game that will have everyone around the country paying
attention. All in all, the 2014 Seahawks schedule is bursting with possibilities as Seattle looks to defend their title and
solidify themselves as the top team in the best division in football.
Seattle Seahawks Team Info
Seahawks are looking to avoid the dreaded Super Bowl hangover this season, and they definitely have the chops to make another
run at the Super Bowl if they can pull it all together. Though the Seahawks traded out of the first round of the NFL draft,
they eventually selected wide receiver Paul Richardson with their first pick, giving them another major target for Russell
Wilson that should open up the offense. Offensive tackle Justin Britt should also help solidify the offensive line, while
defensive end Cassius Marsh can add to an already devastating defensive front for Seattle.
With a very tough defense
and some explosive playmakers like Marshawn Lynch on offense, the Seahawks certainly have what it takes on paper to do some
serious damage. But what really makes them tick is the intangibles of Russell Wilson, who has grasped the NFL game way ahead
of the curve and does things on a regular basis that normally only seasons veterans can do considering the complexity of the
quarterback position. With Wilson under center and a very balanced team that can do it all, this is a team that is sure to
make some serious noise once again this season.
There is nothing better than seeing a sporting
event live and in person. Sports have been a part of cultures around the world for a very long time, and these days it just
doesn't get any better than a top-tier matchup featuring teams from the National Football League. There's nothing that compares
to the atmosphere at a game, where you're surrounded by fans that are all there to enjoy a great spectacle of sport. At no
place is this more on display than at CenturyLink Field, the renowned home venue of the Seahawks and a place where the camaraderie
is simply outstanding. Put it all together and seeing the Seahawks first-hand has never been more exciting, yielding an experience
you just aren't going to be able to duplicate anywhere else.
Seattle Seahawks History
Since first coming
onto the market in 1976, NFL tickets to see the Seattle Seahawks have been hot commodities around town, and you'll understand
exactly why once you get out to experience one of the best home-field advantages in the league. The Seahawks won the NFC West
four years straight between 2004 and 2007, once again in 2010 and made a memorable playoff run following the 2012 regular
season. Of course, the most historic season was 2013, as they put it all together and finally grabbed that long-awaited Super
Bowl win, with their electrifying defense leading the way along with Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson. In an exciting era
of Seahawks football, it simply doesn't get any better than this.
Seattle Seahawks Trivia
How did the
Seattle Seahawks acquire quarterback Russell Wilson?
The Seahawks actually selected Wilson in the third round of the
NFL Draft a few years back. That same offseason the Seahawks had brought in signal caller Matt Flynn to be their starter,
but Wilson wowed them so much in training camp and the preseason that he was awarded the starting job and simply never looked
Seattle Seahawks Fans
CenturyLink Field is known for being an unbelievable place to see a huge game,
as it's always bursting with passionate and energetic fans that know how to show their support. Put down the remote and head
out to the stands so you can actually feel the buzz of the crowd for all of the crucial moments of a big game. When the Seahawks
are digging in looking to make one more big play to seal the deal for a clutch victory, it won't be hard to see why there
is so much fanfare surrounding this team, not to mention this sport in general. Though it's the talent level that gets fans
into the stands, it's the crowd itself that helps to complete the atmosphere and bring the whole experience to a completely