Found January 01, 2012 on Seahawks Blog:
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Seahawks' loss Sunday leaves Seattle at 7-9, tied with the Kansas City Chiefs for the 11th-worst record in the league.Why is that important? The draft of course. Strength of schedule is used to break ties in draft order, and that strength of schedule is determined by opponent's combined winning percentage. Seattle and Kansas City are tied in that regard, which means a coin flip will determine who gets the No. 11 overall pick in April's draft.
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