The NFL released schedules for all 32 teams, including the Seahawks yesterday. Fittingly, the first game of the regular season has Russell Wilson returning to Seattle with the Broncos on Monday Night Football.
The rest of September has Seattle at San Francisco in week 2 and home against the Falcons in week 3. Five October dates begin in Detroit, then New Orleans before returning home against the Cardinals. They’ll travel to LA to face the Chargers before finishing the month at home against the Giants.
November finds Seattle with two road games at Arizona and in Germany against Tampa Bay before the bye week. They host the Raiders Thanksgiving weekend.
Thankfully, the Seahawks will play four of their final six games at home. After playing the Rams in L-A December 4th, Seattle hosts Carolina and San Francisco, then travels to Kansas City before hosting the Jets and Rams to end the regular season.