Seahawks 2014 Season Schedule - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather

Seahawks 2014 Season Schedule

The Seahawks will have a tough end to their season with five of six divisional games happening in the final six weeks. The Seahawks will have a tough end to their season with five of six divisional games happening in the final six weeks.

The Seattle Seahawks 2014 season schedule has been announced with the first the defending champions first test coming in the form of the Green Bay Packers on Sept. 4 at CenturyLink Field live on NBC at 5:30 p.m. PT. 

One of the early eye poppers is the fact that the two divisional games vs. San Francisco will be played in an 18 day span. The Seahawks will meet the 49ers on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27, in the two teams first meeting, with San Fran making the trip up to Seattle on Dec. 14th in Week 15. Seattle and the Denver Broncos will square off in Week 3 in a Super Bowl XLVIII rematch. Another note is the fact that the Seahawks will end the final six weeks of the season with five divisional matchups. 

Here is the complete 2014 schedule:

Week 1: Aug. 7 at Denver 
Week 2: Aug. 15 vs. San Diego
Week 3: Aug. 22 vs. Chicago
Week 4: Aug. 28 at Oakland

Regular Season:
Week 1: Sep. 4 vs. Green Bay
Week 2: Sep. 14 at San Diego
Week 3: Sep. 21 vs. Denver 
Week 4: Bye
Week 5: Oct. 6 at Washington
Week 6: Oct. 12 vs. Dallas
Week 7: Oct. 19 at St. Louis
Week 8: Oct. 26 at Carolina
Week 9: Nov. 2 vs. Oakland
Week 10: Nov. 9 vs. New York Giants
Week 11: Nov. 16 at Kansas City
Week 12: Nov. 23 vs. Arizona
Week 13: Nov. 27 at San Francisco (Thanksgiving Day)
Week 14: Dec. 7 at Philadelphia  
Week 15: Dec. 14 vs. San Francisco
Week 16: Dec. 21 at Arizona
Week 17: Dec. 28 vs. St. Louis

*Home games in Bold

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