The Seahawks schedule for 2018 was announced on Thursday by the NFL. 12s, want to know when and where and how to arrange your lives this fall? Here are all the particulars.
The Seahawks schedule in 2018 includes five primetime games, plus a trip to London. The visit to England will be the Seahawks first. That Seattle is playing in that many primetime games may be a bit of a surprise. Or a tribute to the 12s who follow their favorite team well.
The Seahawks finished 9-7 in 2017. After lots of coaching changes and quite a bit of roster movement, can Seattle really be expected to be as good as in 2017? Whatever the answer, the NFL seems to think Seahawks fans will watch either way. And so will NFL fans in general.
Richard Sherman, now of the San Francisco 49ers, will bring his new team to primetime when the 49ers take on the Seahawks in Seattle on December 2nd on Sunday Night Football on NBC. How Seahawks fans will respond to Sherman being in enemy colors will be interesting.
The Seahawks schedule finds them twice on Monday Night Football. Once in week two on the road against the Chicago Bears on September 17th. The second time will be at home in week 14 against the Minnesota Vikings.
Seattle will play on Thursday night once in week 11 against the Green Bay Packers. The bye week for the Seahawks comes in week seven, the week after Seattle has to travel to London to play the Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders.
Seattle will open the season against the Broncos at 1:25 pm PT in Denver on September 9th.
Here is the rest of the schedule (and of course, this could change based on Seattle’s – and other teams’ – success early in 2018):