While the 2020 NFL schedule won't be out until this spring, the conclusion of the 2019 regular season means we do now know who the Seahawks will play next season.
Most of the schedule was predetermined by the league's scheduling formula—in addition to playing their usual games against the NFC West, the Seahawks will play against the NFC East and the AFC East next season—but what wasn't settled until Sunday were Seattle's games against like finishers in the NFC North and NFC South.
As the second-place finisher in the NFC West, the Seahawks will play at Atlanta, which finished second in the NFC South, and will host the Minnesota Vikings, who were the runners up in the NFC North.
The Seahawks will go to Miami for the first time since 2012, and will play at Buffalo for the first time since 2008—Seattle's last road game against the Bills was in 2012, but that was played in Toronto. The Patriots and Jets will be playing at CenturyLink Field for the first time since 2012.
Here are all of the Seahawks' 2020 opponents:
Home: Arizona, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco, Dallas, New York Giants, New England, New York Jets, Minnesota.
Away: Arizona, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco, Washington, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Miami, Buffalo.