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    2012 Seahawks Schedule

    1 Sep 09 SEA @ ARI University of Phoenix Stadium 4:15 PM Tickets FOX

    2 Sep 16 DAL @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:05 PM Tickets FOX

    3 Sep 24 GB @ SEA CenturyLink Field 8:30 PM Tickets ESPN

    4 Sep 30 SEA @ STL Edward Jones Dome 1:00 PM Tickets FOX

    5 Oct 07 SEA @ CAR Bank of America Stadium 4:05 PM Tickets FOX

    6 Oct 14 NE @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:05 PM Tickets CBS

    7 Oct 18 SEA @ SF Candlestick Park 8:20 PM Tickets NFLN

    8 Oct 28 SEA @ DET Ford Field 1:00 PM Tickets FOX

    9 Nov 04 MIN @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:05 PM Tickets FOX

    10 Nov 11 NYJ @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:05 PM Tickets CBS

    12 Nov 25 SEA @ MIA Sun Life Stadium 1:00 PM Tickets FOX

    13 Dec 02 SEA @ CHI Soldier Field 1:00 PM Tickets FOX

    14 Dec 09 ARI @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:15 PM Tickets FOX

    15 Dec 16 SEA @ BUF Rogers Centre 4:05 PM Tickets FOX

    16 Dec 23 SF @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:15 PM Tickets FOX

    17 Dec 30 STL @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:15 PM Tickets FOX
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    First 8 weeks are gonna be brutal. Guess we'll find out what we are made of.
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    ...but last 3 of 4 are against division opponents at home. I like that.
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    The stretch of four games at Carolina, New England at home, then at San Fran & Detroit is brutal. We'd be lucky to win one of those games. At least the bye is late. The might be the latest bye week we've ever had that I can remember.

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    We get kinda screwed going to Buffalo in mid-December, but I guess that's made up for by not having to play in Miami until the end of November.

    Edit: I've heard that the Buffalo game could be played in Toronto. That might be a bone thrown our way. I hope they keep the roof closed at the Rogers Centre.

    And two of the East Coast trips: Carolina & Buffalo, are late starts. Not too bad I guess.
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    I think its a good schedule. late bye is huge. The three late season home games against the division sets us up well to make a late run.

    Two primetime games, including a Monday nighter at home. Four early games, but only one of those is a true East Coast game.

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    The Bills game is in Toronto hffl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seahawksfan837 View Post
    The Bills game is in Toronto hffl.
    And word is the roof will be shut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkfanforlife View Post
    The stretch of four games at Carolina, New England at home, then at San Fran & Detroit is brutal. We'd be lucky to win one of those games. At least the bye is late. The might be the latest bye week we've ever had that I can remember.
    I don't think it's brutal at all. We get 10 days between @ SF and @ Det, and the @ Carolina game is a rare "late" east coast kickoff. The toughest opponent is a home game. Could be a lot worse for sure.
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    If we can hold our head above water the first 8 games, the second half of the season will be very entertaining
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    WHOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!

    28 years as a Seahawks fan in Toronto has finally paid off. Dec 16th my boy and I will be done up in our Sunday best (Blue, Green and Grey) and bringing the 12th man to the Rogers Centre!

    What a great gift!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gammam View Post
    WHOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!

    28 years as a Seahawks fan in Toronto has finally paid off. Dec 16th my boy and I will be done up in our Sunday best (Blue, Green and Grey) and bringing the 12th man to the Rogers Centre!

    What a great gift!
    Pretty awesome! Gotta think Lynch will be pumped for that game.
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    Pretty happy with that schedule. Our toughest games are at home. I would have preferred the Jets in NY, obviously, but still not too shabby.

    Pretty tough schedule all things considered. But we already knew that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gammam View Post
    WHOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!

    28 years as a Seahawks fan in Toronto has finally paid off. Dec 16th my boy and I will be done up in our Sunday best (Blue, Green and Grey) and bringing the 12th man to the Rogers Centre!

    What a great gift!
    LMAO, I lived there for 10 years and now that I've moved back to the PNW they finally play in town. Damn, I know I could get tix if I was there, Toronto downtown for a game is far better than Seattle. More to do in easy access but the Seafood can't hold a candle to Seattle.

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