The defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks will open the 2014 season with a home game against the Green Bay Packers on opening night, Thursday September 4th.
Other notable games include a Super Bowl rematch against the Denver Broncos on September 21. There are two games in three weeks against the San Francisco 49ers. The first on Thanksgiving night on November 27 in San Francisco followed two weeks later by a home game in Seattle on December 14.
The Seahawks bye week is early, in Week 4, meaning that the Seahawks will play on a lot of consecutive weeks, which can tell going down the stretch.
The Seahawks have one of the tougher schedules in the NFL this year and it will be a tough road back to the Super Bowl.
See the full schedule below.
|1||Sept. 4||5:30 p.m.||Packers (Thursday night)|
|2||Sept. 14||1:05 p.m.||at Chargers|
|3||Sept. 21||1:25 p.m.||Broncos|
|5||Oct. 6||5:30 p.m.||at Redskins|
|6||Oct. 12||1:25 p.m.||Cowboys|
|7||Oct. 19||10 a.m.||at Rams|
|8||Oct. 26||10 a.m.||at Panthers|
|9||Nov. 2||1:25 pm||Raiders|
|10||Nov. 9||1:25 p.m.||Giants|
|11||Nov. 16||10 a.m.||at Chiefs|
|12||Nov. 23||1:05 p.m.||Cardinals|
|13||Nov. 27||5:30 p.m.||at 49ers (Thanksgiving night)|
|14||Dec. 7||1:25 p.m.||at Eagles|
|15||Dec. 14||1:25 p.m.||49ers|
|16||Dec. 21||5:30 p.m.||at Cardinals (Sunday night)|
|17||Dec. 28||1:25 p.m.||Rams|