Our schedule next season:

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Our schedule next season:
Sun Dec 30, 2012 6:36 pm
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    #Seahawks home schedule: vs. NO, vs. TB, vs. JAX, vs. TEN, vs. MIN, vs. SF, vs. STL, vs. ARI.


    Danny O'Neil ‏@dannyoneil

    #Seahawks road games: at ATL, at CAR, at HOU, at INDY, at Giants, at SF, at STL, at ARI.


    Woohooo we drew the AFC and NFC South! Hope they still suck next year!
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  • As of right now, that's a good schedule for us.
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  • Hawks46 wrote:As of right now, that's a good schedule for us.


    And finally we don't have to go to Chicago again. I wouldn't mind it too much though, as we have beat them every single time the last 3 times (not including playoffs)
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  • Playoff Teams
    Texans
    Falcons
    Vikings
    Colts
    Skins or Cowboys

    Should have been
    Saints (no coach)

    Good Team
    Bucs

    Tweener
    Carolina

    Shit Teams
    Titans
    Jaguars



    How is that an easy or good schedule?
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  • Can't be true...I don't see the Bears! :p

    Also, will be either the Giant or Redskins, as the Cowboys can only get the division or 3rd place after tonight's game.
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  • I am less happy than you. It will be a challenge just to duplicate our 11 wins this year with that OOC schedule.
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  • That has more "complete teams" than "QB teams" on it. Not as hard as this year, but not a piece of cake either.
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  • Gotta beat good teams to be a good team, looks like a decent schedule to me.
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  • Can someone mark this thread so after the schedule comes out we can look back at it? I'd be curious to see how close it is. If its correct I'd take it
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  • How is that any harder than this years schedule?
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  • TheRealDTM wrote:Playoff Teams
    Texans
    Falcons
    Vikings
    Colts
    Skins or Cowboys

    Should have been
    Saints (no coach)

    Good Team
    Bucs

    Tweener
    Carolina

    Shit Teams
    Titans
    Jaguars



    How is that an easy or good schedule?


    The toughest team (SF aside) on that schedule is the Falcons/Texans. If either of those games are in Seattle, they are games I'd fully expect Seattle to win. There is no GB, NE, DEN on that schedule. No ultra scary teams. Seattle has relatively good odds to run the table on that if they stay mistake free.
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  • kearly wrote:
    TheRealDTM wrote:Playoff Teams
    Texans
    Falcons
    Vikings
    Colts
    Skins or Cowboys

    Should have been
    Saints (no coach)

    Good Team
    Bucs

    Tweener
    Carolina

    Shit Teams
    Titans
    Jaguars



    How is that an easy or good schedule?


    The toughest team (SF aside) on that schedule is the Falcons/Texans. If either of those games are in Seattle, they are games I'd fully expect Seattle to win. There is no GB, NE, DEN on that schedule. No ultra scary teams. Seattle has relatively good odds to run the table on that if they stay mistake free.


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  • looks fine to me, wanted to see GB on there though, i'm sick like that
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  • TheRealDTM wrote:Playoff Teams
    Texans
    Falcons
    Vikings
    Colts
    Skins or Cowboys

    Should have been
    Saints (no coach)

    Good Team
    Bucs

    Tweener
    Carolina

    Shit Teams
    Titans
    Jaguars



    How is that an easy or good schedule?


    For the Skins and cowboys, we will be playing the team that doesn't make the playoffs.
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  • Those teams should be scared when they see @Seattle in their schedule
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  • Just locked in the Giants instead of Redskins/Cowboys.
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  • Remember heading into this year with GB, NE, and DAL and at DET (which was good last year). That was tougher than this future schedule. I think we'll be just fine. But, don't worry about next year...we're still playing this year! Enjoy the ride! Go 'Hawks!
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  • Danny O'Neil ‏@dannyoneil

    #Seahawks home schedule: vs. NO, vs. TB, vs. JAX, vs. TEN, vs. MIN, vs. SF, vs. STL, vs. ARI.


    Danny O'Neil ‏@dannyoneil

    #Seahawks road games: at ATL, at CAR, at HOU, at INDY, at Giants, at SF, at STL, at ARI.


    Going to Indy and Houston instead of Jax and Tenn in that division is a bummer, but good teams get these kinds of tests. Not an easy road schedule, but I think 8-0 at home and splitting on the road is reasonable.
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  • I like this schedule because:

    1. Kearly nailed it. No hugely scary QB teams. Ryan and Shaub are good, but not great. Ryan is only truly great at home.

    2. Depends on where we get those teams. Falcons aren't as tough on the road. We have more talent than they do; if we're mistake free, we beat them. I'm not overly impressed with Houston. I see us beating Tampa (if we can't run we throw on their terrible secondary).

    3. I like our matchups on a lot of those teams. Houston isn't a good matchup against a physical, smashmouth team. Indy has a terrible defense.

    4. We draft better than most anyone. Look at our last few drafts. I fully expect the very few weak spots we have to be filled in the first few rounds of the draft. We are also a young team and guys like Sherman and Browner, Wagner, Chancellor, Smith and Irvin can probably get better (I called the improvement of both Sherman and Browner when many on this board were calling Browner garbage). It's scary to think we can get a lot better; Wilson can actually improve. Yikes.
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  • AbsolutNET wrote:
    Danny O'Neil ‏@dannyoneil

    #Seahawks home schedule: vs. NO, vs. TB, vs. JAX, vs. TEN, vs. MIN, vs. SF, vs. STL, vs. ARI.


    Danny O'Neil ‏@dannyoneil

    #Seahawks road games: at ATL, at CAR, at HOU, at INDY, at Giants, at SF, at STL, at ARI.


    Going to Indy and Houston instead of Jax and Tenn in that division is a bummer, but good teams get these kinds of tests. Not an easy road schedule, but I think 8-0 at home and splitting on the road is reasonable.


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Re: Our schedule next season:
Sun Dec 30, 2012 9:45 pm
  • This is BS! We embarrass NE and GB here and voila next season they don't have to face us! FIX!!!
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Re: Our schedule next season:
Sun Dec 30, 2012 9:55 pm
  • I see 12 wins next season.
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Re: Our schedule next season:
Sun Dec 30, 2012 10:02 pm
  • joeseahawks wrote:I see 12 wins next season.


    Wow you are a debbie downer! 16 wins at least! :lol:
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Re: Our schedule next season:
Sun Dec 30, 2012 10:06 pm
  • We played in Houston 4 years ago. Why are they not here this time? I thought these were supposed to alternate between cities every 4 years. I know it hasn't worked that way with PIT but figured that is because they are a bunch of babies.
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Re: Our schedule next season:
Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:10 am
  • HawkRedhooker wrote:We played in Houston 4 years ago. Why are they not here this time? I thought these were supposed to alternate between cities every 4 years. I know it hasn't worked that way with PIT but figured that is because they are a bunch of babies.

    I think partly because it isn't set by teams, but by position in the division. Same with our "always going to Chicago" complaint. It's set up like: 1st place and 3rd place travel, 2nd and 4th stay home. We're 2nd in our division, so we play 2nd place schedule.
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