Seattle Seahawks 2024 schedule: Full list of home and away opponents

Who Seattle will host and where 12s will need to travel.
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The Seattle Seahawks should know their 2024 schedule this week and while 12s do not yet know the dates when Seattle will be playing, they should know the opponents. Seattle plays nine home games this year and eight away games. All the home games should be at Lumen Field unless the NFL does something funky and has Seattle play in Canada or overseas during the season.

Seattle will play each NFC West team twice, of course, which means hosting and traveling to play the Los Angeles Rams, Arizona Cardinals, and San Francisco 49ers. Seattle knew they would be playing the teams from the AFC East and NFC North as well as each division rotates every four years to play other slated divisions. Plus, Seattle finished third in the NFC West in 2023 meaning they will play a third-place schedule.

That only left a handful of teams to play as wild cards. In other words, the only exciting part about the NFL schedule is when teams will play, not who they will play. That last part is known immediately after any season ends.

Seattle Seahawks home and away opponents for the 2024 season

As far as who the Seahawks will host, those teams are as follows:

  • Arizona Cardinals
  • San Francisco 49ers
  • Los Angeles Rams
  • Green Bay Packers
  • Minnesota Vikings
  • Buffalo Bills
  • Miami Dolphins
  • New York Giants
  • Denver Broncos (no Russell Wilson this time, though)

It is about time that the Seahawks hosted the Packers again. Since 2014, Seattle has only hosted Green Bay during the regular season once and that was in 2018. Meanwhile, Green Bay has hosted Seattle four times (plus a playoff game).

Seattle will travel to play:

  • Cardinals
  • Rams
  • 49ers
  • Chicago Bears
  • Detroit Lions
  • New England Patriots
  • New York Jets
  • Atlanta Falcons

As good as the Patriots and Seahawks have been, generally speaking, since 2010, the teams have only played four times and one of those was in the Super Bowl. One might think the NFL would have wanted two marquee teams to play more. Seattle has not lost to the Patriots in the regular season since 2008.

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