A team that definitely surprised me last season, the Seattle Seahawks turned a lot of heads across the country as they finished the season 11-5 and locked up a wild card berth, behind the division champion San Francisco 49ers.
This team is definitely stacked on both sides of the ball, if Seattle can manage to keep the group of same guys together, along with other talent from future drafts, they could remain a threat in the NFC, let alone the league, for a long time. Now this is coming from a Chicago Bears fan, I was upset that they beat us in over time, but I respect this team a lot.
Peter Carroll is an excellent coach and what he has done in Seattle is wonderful. The only thing that shocked me was the decision he made to go with Russell Wilson over Matt Flynn, which now, I see why he decided to do so.
It doesn’t really matter what the schedule looks like for the Seattle Seahawks, I doubt they will have that hard of a time this season, could even finish stronger than they did last season. They brought in Percy Harvin and Antoine Winfield, 2 veterans who came from the Minnesota Vikings, a team who took the final wild card berth from the Chicago Bears. The fact that Harvin is on this team, is scary, on both sides of the ball, everybody is fast. A young, cocky and confident team, mainly Richard Sherman, will definitely be a team who will be circled on each of their opponents schedules, if they haven’t already done so already.
- Sep. 8 at Carolina Panthers 10:00a
- Sep. 15 San Francisco 49ers 5:30p
- Sep. 22 Jacksonville Jaguars 1:25p
- Sep. 29 at Houston Texans 10:00a
- Oct. 6 at Indianapolis Colts 10:00a
- Oct. 13 Tennessee Titans 1:05p
- Oct. 17 at Arizona Cardinals (Thurs) 5:25p
- Oct. 28 at St. Louis Rams (Mon) 5:40p
- Nov. 3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:05p
- Nov. 10 at Atlanta Falcons 10:00a
- Nov. 24 BYE
- Dec. 2 New Orleans Saints (Mon) 5:40p
- Dec. 8 at San Francisco 49ers 1:25p
- Dec. 15 at New York Giants 10:00a
- Dec. 22 Arizona Cardinals 1:05p
- Dec. 29 St. Louis Rams 1:25p