Aug 17, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) passes against the Denver Broncos during the second quarter at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Seattle Seahawks Breaking News: 2014 Regular-Season Schedule Released

 

The Seattle Seahawks have their regular season schedule for next season, but the road back to the Super Bowl is not going to be easy. As provided by Seahawks.com, here is the 2014 Seahawks schedule, including times and broadcasting information:

 

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Every game of the 2014 Seahawks schedule has its own particularly challenge, but there are a few contests that do stand out.

Week 1: The Green Bay Packers return to CenturyLink Field. Remember the last time they were there? Golden Tate remembers.

Week 3: The Denver Broncos have an opportunity to get…revenge? Not exactly, but this is still a potentially interesting game on the schedule.

Weeks 5-8: Four games in 21 games, including three on the road and two with early starts. Tough.

Week 13 & 15: Two contests against the San Francisco 49ers, including a semi-unusual game on Thanksgiving Day in the Bay Area. The Seahawks on turkey day? A bit strange.

Conventional wisdom suggests that the Seahawks will need to start strong if they are going to win another division and chase a second Lombardi Trophy. The back end of the 2014 Seahawks schedule will be brutal as the ‘Hawks must face the Niners and Arizona Cardinals four times in the last six games.

Seattle is only featured on Monday Night Football once, but they will be in prime time four times. At least the fans at the Clink will have an opportunity to enjoy the exclusive NFL spotlight as the Seahawks open the season on a Thursday night and the team raises their first Super Bowl banner to the rafters.

The 2014 Seahawks schedule is out, and the analysis can really get rolling. Let the title defense begin!

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