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Seattle Seahawks 2015 Schedule Announced

Five Primetime Games and Eight 2014 Playoff Teams Highlight 2015 Season

A look at the Seattle Seahawks 2015 schedule in photos.

UPDATE: *The Seahawks Week 14 game against the Baltimore Ravens has been flexed out of primetime. Kickoff is now at 10 a.m. PT with television coverage on FOX (channel 13 in Seattle). *

Renton, Wash. -The Seattle Seahawks 2015 schedule was announced today by the National Football League. The Seahawks schedule features a franchise-record five primetime games with two at CenturyLink Field, including three Sunday night games on NBC, one Monday night game and a Thursday night game at San Francisco for the second-consecutive season. Seattle had four primetime games in 2013 and 2014.

Aiming to earn a postseason berth for a fourth-consecutive season, the Seahawks will play 2014 playoff teams Carolina, Detroit, Pittsburgh and division-rival Arizona at CenturyLink Field.

The Super Bowl XLIX runner-up Seahawks will kick off the 2015 season with back-to-back road games, opening at St. Louis (9/13) followed by their first nationally televised game on Sunday night at Green Bay (9/20). Following its home opener vs. Chicago (9/27), Seattle returns to primetime in Week 4 vs. the Detroit Lions on ESPN's Monday Night Football (10/5). The Seahawks face division rival 49ers back in the Bay Area on CBS' Thursday Night Football (10/22) and round out their primetime schedule with two Sunday night appearances vs. Arizona (11/15) and at Baltimore (12/13).

Seattle, 13-1 in primetime games under Pete Carroll, has won nine Monday Night Football games in a row and its .724 winning percentage on Monday night is tops in the NFL.

The Seahawks continue their schedule with a stretch of three of four games on the road leading in to their Week 9 bye (11/8). The Seahawks play at Cincinnati (10/11), host the Carolina Panthers at home (10/18) before hitting the road for back-to-back games at San Francisco (10/22) and at Dallas (11/1).

The second half of the season has Seattle at home for five of its last eight games, including a three-game stretch following the bye week. Seattle faces two division opponents with Arizona (11/15) and San Francisco (11/22) before the Pittsburgh Steelers return to Seattle for the first time since the 2003 season (11/29). Seattle then has its third-set of consecutive road games of the year traveling to Minnesota (12/6) for the first time since 2009 and to Baltimore (12/13) for the first time since 2003.

After hosting the Cleveland Browns (12/20), the Seahawks close the season facing two division opponents for the fifth-straight season. Seattle hosts St. Louis (12/27) and closes the season at Arizona (1/3/16).

All Seahawks preseason games, except the nationally-televised at San Diego game on CBS, can be seen on Q13 FOX and heard on 710 ESPN Seattle and KIRO Radio 97.3 FM. For regions outside the Puget Sound area, check here for a list of Seahawks television and radio affiliate stations.

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