The end of the regular season means the Seahawks, and every other NFL team for that matter, now knows who they will be playing in 2023.
While the 2023 schedule won't be announced until sometime this spring—last year's schedule release was on May 12—the 2022 standings being finalized also means teams' 2023 opponents are set.
Here are the Seahawks' 2023 opponents:
Home: Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Commanders, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Carolina Panthers.
Away: Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Detroit Lions, Tennessee Titans.
Most of the 2023 opponents were known ahead of time, with the schedule rotation calling for the Seahawks to play the NFC East and AFC North in 2023, but heading into Week 18, there were three opponents still to be determined based on where teams finish in their divisions.
The Seahawks, who finished in second place in the NFC West, were set to play host the like finisher in the NFC South, and play road games against the like finisher in the NFC North and AFC South. The Panthers finished second in the NFC South, meaning they come to Seattle, while the Seahawks will go to Tennessee, which finished second after losing to Jacksonville on Saturday, and to Detroit, which won on Sunday night to finish second in the North, and to also send the Seahawks to the playoffs.