Originally written on NorthWest Sports Beat  |  Last updated 11/19/14

2013/14 Seattle Seahawks Schedule released by the NFL http://www.nfl.com/schedules/2013 The moment we've all been waiting for has finally arrived Seahawks fans. Seahawks vs. Panthers Week 1 on Sunday September 8th at 1pm. The Seahawks will play four primetime games during 2013. Seattle play their home opener Sept. 15 against the 49ers at Seahawks stadium in a nationally televised game on NBC. The Seahawks’ other primetime games are against the Cardinals in Arizona (Thursday night, Oct. 17), the Rams in St. Louis (Monday night, Oct. 28) and at home against the Saints (Monday night, Dec. 2). One more note, the possibility exists that Seattle could be flexed into two Sunday night games later in the season. The rest of the schedule goes like this. September 15th Sunday Night football home to the 49ers. September 22nd home to the Jags. September 29th on road vs. Texans. October 6th on road vs. Colts. October 13th home to Jake Locker and the Titans. October 17th on road vs. Cardinals. October 28th on road vs. Rams (MNF) November 3rd Home to the Bucs. November 10th on road vs. Atlanta. November 17th home to the Vikings. BYE Week December 2nd MNF home to the Saints December 8th on road versus 49ers. December 15th on road versus Giants. December 22nd home vs. the Cardinals. Week 17 December 29th home vs. the Rams. What are your thoughts folks? More...

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