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Below is the 2015 Seattle Seahawks schedule for CenturyLink Field . To buy tickets select the date of the Football game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Seahawks tickets by phone.

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Seattle Seahawks Team Info

When the Seahawks gave long suffering Seattle football fans a trip to the Super Bowl the whole city was flying high. After it was over it was time to come back down to earth. Yes, the Seahawks had a rough time with the officiating and yes Mike Holmgren was making some noise after it was all over but those issues have been put into the past. Now the Seahawks have the enviable task of avoiding the blues that have plagued teams in the past. The fact is, exactly none of the last five losers made it back to the playoffs in the following season. The Seahawks should avoid that fate quite easily.

The first indication that Seattle was still in good shape came in the form of the re-signing of running back Shaun Alexander. The NFL MVP inked his name to a contract that spans six years and could eventually put $62 million in his pocket. Big numbers, but Alexander has proven himself worthy. He has scored almost 100 touchdowns in his five years and set a record by notching 28 in 2005. He’s a key element in the Seahawks offense and the Seattle braintrust kept him in the fold for a long time to come.

Matt Hasselbeck is coming back with something to prove. The QB is totally in control of the Seahawks offense. He moves well and can throw on the run as well as any quarterback. His mastery of the game allows him to read a defense before the snap and make adjustments on the fly, giving opposing defensive coordinators headaches. The fly in the ointment is that Seattle will have to make some adjustments to keep Hasselbeck healthy. The loss of Steve Hutchinson on the offensive line and Hasselbeck’s safety valve Joe Jurevicius may hurt. But that problem could resolve itself if Nate Burleson, signed as a free agent pans out and Floyd Womack does an adequate job replacing Hutchison. Anyway, Holmgren doesn’t seem worried.

On defense the Seahawks will be improved. They led the NFL in sacks despite some doubts about the defensive line early on. Grant Winstrom and Bryce Fisher at defensive end gives the Seahawks a dependable rush while Rocky Bernard is a run stopper in the middle. By signing Julian Peterson, the Seahawks now have a linebacker who can both rush the passer and cover receivers. With Lofa Tatupa, who went to the Pro Bowl as a rookie, and Leroy Hill boasting 7.5 sacks, the Seahawks are set at linebacker for a long time.

Seahawks ticket holders are going to be enjoying a winning football team for a long time. Mike Holmgren has put together a franchise that excels from top to bottom. While the lesser players may come and go, the foundation of Matt Hasselbeck and Shaun Alexander will keep the field packed for years to come and make Seahawks seat something every fan longs for.