The Seattle Seahawks 2019 NFL regular season schedule is finally out. Count down the number of days until September 8th, when Seattle starts the year at home against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Here’s the full lineup:
9/8: vs. Cincinnati Bengals (1:05 PM PT, CBS)
9/15: at Pittsburgh Steelers (10 AM PT, FOX)
9/22: vs. New Orleans Saints (1:25 PM PT, CBS)
9/29: at Arizona Cardinals (1:05 PM PT, FOX)
10/3 (Thu): vs. Los Angeles Rams (5:20 PM PT, FOX/NFL Network)
10/13: at Cleveland Browns (10 AM PT, FOX)
10/20: vs. Baltimore Ravens (1:25 PM PT, FOX)
10/27: at Atlanta Falcons (10 AM PT, FOX)
11/3: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1:05 PM PT, FOX)
11/11 (Mon): at San Francisco 49ers (5:15 PM PT, ESPN)
11/24: at Philadelphia Eagles (5:20 PM PT, NBC*)
12/2 (Mon): vs. Minnesota Vikings (5:15 PM PT, ESPN)
12/8: at Los Angeles Rams (5:20 PM PT, NBC*)
12/15: at Carolina Panthers (10 AM PT, FOX)
12/22: vs. Arizona Cardinals (1:25 PM PT, FOX)
12/29: vs. San Francisco 49ers (1:25 PM PT, FOX)
*- NFL can flex these Sunday Night Football games out of primetime.
Dates to obviously circle are the New Orleans Saints in Week 3, as that should be a tough early season matchup against a team that was agonizingly close to being in the Super Bowl last year. Seattle has never lost a home game in September under Pete Carroll, so keep that in mind. When the Seahawks face the Baltimore Ravens in Week 7, that’ll represent Earl Thomas’ return to Seattle, which should be some scene. Both Los Angeles Rams games are slotted for primetime as well, which rules. The four 10 AM games? I’m sure that won’t sit well with most.
And now, even though the NFL Draft hasn’t even happened yet, we are ready to decipher just how the Seahawks will go 16-0.