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Team: Seattle Seahawks
Division: NFC West
Arena: CenturyLink Field
Super Bowls: 1 (2013)
Notable Players: Steve Largent, Kenny Easley, Walter Jones, Cortez Kennedy, Shaun Alexander, Mack Strong, Russell Wilson, Marcus Trufant, Lofa Tatupu
Seattle Seahawks Playoff TicketsFrom the Blue Wave to the Legion of Boom, the Seattle Seahawks has been one of the most successful teams in the NFL since it emerged as an expansion franchise in 1976 as part of the NFC. It is actually one of the few professional teams to start in one conference, move to the other conference and then later come back to its original conference. The Seahawks first made the playoffs in 1983 as a wild card team under Head Coach Chuck Knox, eventually losing to the Oakland Raiders in the AFC Championship game. In 1988, the team won the AFC West for the first time although it lost in the playoffs. The team’s fortunes were buoyed by Hall of Fame receiver Steve Largent, who was the NFL’s all-time recipient in pass yards at the time of his retirement. In the 21st century, Seattle has won multiple division titles, three NFC conference championships and the 2013 Super Bowl. If you want to catch a live game, then you can purchase Seattle Seahawks’ playoff tickets at StubHub.
What was the team’s record last season?Seattle finished the 2018 regular season with a 10-6 record, which was second best in the NFC West. In the playoffs, Seattle fell to the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 24-22.
What are the top moments from the Seattle Seahawks’ playoff history?Throughout its history, Seattle has been involved in many memorable playoff games. From its stout defense to its imposing run game to its multi-dimensional quarterback Russell Wilson, the 2013 Seahawks were a complete package. During its playoff run, the team beat the New Orleans Saints 23-15 in the divisional playoffs and the San Francisco 49ers 23-17 in the NFC championship game. Even though the Super Bowl looked like a good matchup on paper, Seattle utterly triumphed over Peyton Manning’s Denver Broncos by a score of 43-8 to win the championship. For his dominant play, linebacker Malcolm Smith was named the Super Bowl MVP. Seattle returned to the Super Bowl the following season but lost to the New England Patriots in a memorable 28-24 game.
What is the format of the NFL playoffs?The NFL playoff features 12 teams. The eight division winners (four from each conference) automatically qualify for the playoffs. They are seeded one to four based on their records. Two wild card teams from each conference then qualify based on their overall records, regardless of their divisions. They take the fifth and sixth seeds. In the first round, the third seed plays the sixth side, and the fourth seed plays the fifth seed. The top two seeds in each conference receive a bye. In the second round (known as the divisional playoffs), the teams are reseeded so that the team with the worst record plays the top seed, and the second seed plays the other team. The playoffs then proceed through the conference finals and the Super Bowl.
When will the Seattle Seahawks’ playoffs take place?Following the regular season, which ends on December 29, the wild card round takes place on January 4-5, 2020. The divisional round takes place a week later on January 11-12, 2020, then the AFC and NFC Championship games on January 19, 2020. After a two-week break, Super Bowl LIV is scheduled for February 2nd at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.
How big is the Seahawks' home stadium?CenturyLink Field is one of the largest venues in the NFL with a capacity of 72,000 (though only 68,000 fixed seats). It was originally opened in 2002 as Seahawks Stadium. The name was later changed to Qwest field between 2004 and 2011. The stadium has plenty of concession options, including fast food, restaurants, markets, coffee shops, craft beer and more.
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