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 Post Posted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 12:32 am 
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Here are the Seattle Seahawks 2013 opponents.

HOME — New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Minnesota and NFC West foes Arizona, San Francisco and St. Louis.

AWAY — Atlanta, Carolina, Houston, Indianapolis, the New York Giants and NFC West opponents Arizona, San Francisco and St. Louis.


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That's at least four trips to the Eastern Time Zone. Are Indy and Houston at least Central time or are they EST too?

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I think indy is a 10am start.


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All of Texas is CST....and I think that the CST bends around to include Indianapolis.


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Pretty sure indy and houston are home games, while tennessee and jacksonville should be road games. 4 years ago when we played that division indy and houston were road games and I believe that they alternate home/road games every 4 years with afc match-ups


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Damn, I was hoping Indy would be in Seattle. Oh well, I don't think Indy will be very good next year and Seattle will be even better, should be a slaughter either way. I did want to see Luck look rattled by the 12th man though.

Kinda sucks that we got both Jacksonville and Tennessee at home. Those are gimmies even on the road.

Also, I kinda call bullshit on the road slate. 4/5 of our road sched out of division currently owns a winning record, and the only exception is Carolina who finished the 2012 season with 4 straight wins. By contrast, our home schedule out of the division has just 1/5 winning teams. The saints will probably bounce back making it more like 2/5, but it would have been nice if more cupcake games had been on the road and more tough games had been at home.


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Yeah, but we'll get to see Tebow in the Jacksonville game.


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TG Baraka wrote:
Pretty sure indy and houston are home games, while tennessee and jacksonville should be road games. 4 years ago when we played that division indy and houston were road games and I believe that they alternate home/road games every 4 years with afc match-ups


These games against the AFC are actually on an 8 year rotation. Home then away then away then home. The rotation is reversed after the first two games.


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Love the home schedule, real potential to go 8-0 again. The road schedule is a lot tougher but I don't want to look ahead to next year, I'll cross that bridge when we get there.

The Hawks get a 2nd place schedule unlike the 49ers who get a 1st place schedule. So while the Hawks play the Vikings and Giants, the 49ers got Green Bay and Washington.


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Ya know I kinda like that home schedule . We got to get tough on the road .
Ps you heard it hear first we will play in the Super Bowl in the meadow lands next year .
In the snow book it!

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i would imagine that if we play Atlanta in the playoffs, that away game will be Sunday or Monday night game, so not an early start time

they are having divisional games at the end of the year now as well so not like it will be Atlanta in week 17 after we could be tired and all banged up


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Away -- Atlanta, Carolina, Houston, Indianapolis, the New York Giants

Atlanta, Houston, Indy and NY Giants matchup - huge possibility of being a MNF or SNF game which is good

Either way the league has said they will go for more afternoon games for West coast teams playing on the east coast

I think the schedule is brutal. Jacksonville and Tennesse are the only games you write down the W with ink. I wouldn't have minded some other ones like Buffalo again, Cleveland or even a playoff team like Cincinatti. Carolina has played really well down the stretch and could be a good team next year


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No Chicago next year? - There must be something wrong.

Nice to see the Vikes having to come here again though.

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I think this schedule is a big improvement from this year's schedule. I see only one potential bad weather game, and that's only if the game is played in December against the Giants. Otherwise, we play in a dome at Atlanta (who by the way IMHO will not be as near as good as last year without Tony Gonzalez who's supposed to be retiring and an aging starting running back), a dome in Indy (can't see them equaling this year's success either having to play our division), and good weather games at Carolina (who we already beat this year, and a potential tough game at Houston. All of the home games are winnable for obvious reasons. I think we will own the division next year but should have tough games at St. Louis and SF.


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I can see 13-3 or 14-2 with our roster next year and everyone a year older and wiser. Hopefully no sophomore slump for RW.


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 Post subject: Re: teams we play next season.
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Also, hopefully the league works out a plan for the west coast teams so they don't have to play 10 am games anymore when travelling east. That's ridiculous and should've been fixed a long time ago. It seems that it only now has got the league's attention with teams bitching about it.


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Preliminary research shows a distinct possibility of 8-0 at home again. And Indy is EST. Only a handful of counties in the northwest corner of Indiana are CST.

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And we'll finally have barkley under center, it'll be a great season!


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Also, I expect at least three National night games next year. Indy, Houston, NY Giants & Atlanta are all strong possibilities for those night games.

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Bigpumpkin wrote:
All of Texas is CST....and I think that the CST bends around to include Indianapolis.


From someone who lives here in Indiana, Indianapolis falls in EST.

At one time, most of the state didn't follow daylight savings time so sometimes there were areas of Indiana that aligned with CST. Mainly this happened because IN is largely an agricultural state and farmers days are dictated by when the sun is up and not by a clock. The bankers and businesses in IN of course wanted to follow DST to align more with east coast businesses hours. This was changed in 2005 and now the entire state follows DST. Problems still arise here in that there are areas that follow CST, mainly the counties in the upper NW corner near Chicago and the lower SW counties.

This is still an object of contention in the state with many wanting the state to be all CST and another faction wanting to return to not observing DST. Needless to say Indiana is probably the most f***ed state when it comes to figuring out what time it is.


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