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Seattle Seahawks 2024 opponents revealed

The Broncos will be back in town, but probably not with Russell Wilson.

Denver Broncos v Seattle Seahawks Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images

The Seattle Seahawks’ 2023 season is over, which means it’s time to look ahead to the 2024 season, starting with their list of opponents.

Seattle has six games against the NFC West, as usual, so it’s all a matter of what happens with the other 11 games. In 2024, the whole of the NFC West will play the NFC North and AFC East, as well as one team in the AFC West, NFC South, and NFC East. Those “placement” games are based on where you finished in the 2023 season (e.g. 1st place plays 1st place, 2nd place plays 2nd place, and so on).

For the Seahawks, they were 3rd in the NFC West, which means their “placement game” opponents are the Atlanta Falcons, New York Giants, and... the Denver Broncos.

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Arizona Cardinals (4-13)
Los Angeles Rams (10-7)
San Francisco 49ers (12-5)
Minnesota Vikings (7-10)
Green Bay Packers (9-8)
New York Giants (6-11)
Buffalo Bills (11-6)
Miami Dolphins (11-6)
Denver Broncos (8-9)

Away

Arizona Cardinals (4-13)
Los Angeles Rams (10-7)
San Francisco 49ers (12-5)
Chicago Bears (7-10)
Detroit Lions (12-5)
Atlanta Falcons (7-10)
New England Patriots (4-13)
New York Jets (7-10)


I won’t stop you from guessing win-loss record for 2024 in January, but I’d advise against it. There are a lot of unknowns within the Seahawks, let alone all of these other teams. The Broncos will be back in Seattle, but probably not with Russell Wilson at quarterback. For all we know, Denver could be the ones to draft Michael Penix Jr, and Wilson could be the Falcons’ new starter.

The full NFL regular season schedule will be released in May.