Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks Tied For 5th In NFL Strength Of Schedule Rankings

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Wednesday, February 14 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

NFL Strength Of Schedule Outlook

It's never too early to look ahead to the next NFL season, right?

Midway through the month of February, John Breech of CBS Sports previewed the strength of schedule for every team for next season based on the combined 2017 record of all 16 opponents each team will face and those teams' combined winning percentage.

The Seahawks finished tied for the fifth-toughest schedule on the list with Cleveland and divisional opponent Los Angeles with an opponent combined record of 134-122 and a combined win percentage of .523. The order of Seattle's 2018 opponents has yet to be set, but their opponents have already been determined and outlined. 

Based on the rankings, Green Bay has the hardest schedule heading into the offseason. Of course, the strength of Green Bay, Seattle and the remaining 30 teams in the league will change following the next few months of roster turnover and improvement. 

Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from NFL Canada, who shared these funny Seahawks-related Valentine's Day cards:

More From Around The Web

Martin Rickman of Uproxx wrote about how New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Karma and Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett are embracing their identities in the NFL.

Sports Illustrated writers put together their 2018 NFL Draft Big Board.

In a Twitter mailbag, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times answered questions from readers about Richard Sherman and more. 

This week the Sea Gals traveled to Hong Kong, where they'll usher in the Year of the Dog by performing in the Cathay Pacific International Chinese New Year Night Parade on February 16.

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