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Seahawks Postseasons

Published by Steve Campion. Category: Sports & Recreation

NOTE: WA-List has updated this list many times since it was first published in Jan, 2013. It was last updated in Jan, 2016.

After 27 post-season games the Seattle Seahawks are 15-14.  They are 11-2 at home, 3-10 on the road, and 1-2 in the “neutral” Super Bowl. They are 7-3 during the Russell Wilson era, and 8-4 under coach Pete Carroll.

Don a Seahawks cap, raise your own 12th Man flag, wear a favorite player’s jersey, and get your vocal cords ready for the game.  In the meantime, browse the playoff list below.

See also: Most Seahawks Wins

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS POSTSEASON GAMES

Date Game Opponent W/L Score

1983: 9 wins, 7 losses (2nd place AFC West)

Coach: Chuck Knox. Quarterback: Dave Krieg.

1983 Dec 24 Wildcard Denver W 31-7
1983 Dec 31 Division @ Miami W 27-20
1984 Jan 8 Conference @ LA Raiders L 14-30

1984: 12 wins, 4 losses (2nd place AFC West)

Coach: Chuck Knox. Quarterback: Dave Krieg.

1984 Dec 22 Wildcard LA Raiders W 13-7
1984 Dec 29 Division @ Miami L 10-31

1987: 9 wins, 6 losses (2nd place AFC West)

Coach: Chuck Knox. Quarterback: Dave Krieg.

1988 Jan 3 Wildcard @ Houston L 20-23 (OT)

1988: 9 wins, 7 losses (1st place AFC West)

Coach: Chuck Knox. Quarterback: Dave Krieg.

1988 Dec 31 Division @ Cincinnati L 13-21

1999: 9 wins, 7 losses (1st place AFC West)

Coach: Mike Holmgren. Quarterback: Jon Kitna.

2000 Jan 9* Wildcard Miami L 17-20

2003: 10 wins, 6 losses (2nd place NFC West)

Coach: Mike Holmgren. Quarterback: Matt Hasselbeck.

2004 Jan 4 Wildcard @ Green Bay L 27-33

2004: 9 wins, 7 losses (1st place NFC West)

Coach: Mike Holmgren. Quarterback: Matt Hasselbeck.

2005 Jan 8 Wildcard St Louis L 20-27

2005: 13 wins, 3 losses (1st place NFC West; NFC Conference Champions)

Coach: Mike Holmgren. Quarterback: Matt Hasselbeck.

2006 Jan 14 Division Washington W 20-10
2006 Jan 22 Conference Carolina W 34-14
2006 Feb 5 Super Bowl 40 – Pittsburgh L 10-21

2006: 9 wins, 7 losses (1st place NFC West)

Coach: Mike Holmgren. Quarterback: Matt Hasselbeck.

2007 Jan 6 Wildcard Dallas W 21-20
2007 Jan 14 Division @ Chicago L 24-27

2007: 10 wins, 6 losses (1st place NFC West)

Coach: Mike Holmgren. Quarterback: Matt Hasselbeck.

2008 Jan 5 Wildcard Washington W 35-14
2008 Jan 12 Division @ Green Bay L 20-42

2010: 7 wins, 9 losses (1st place NFC West)

Coach: Pete Carroll. Quarterback: Matt Hasselbeck.

2011 Jan 8* Wildcard New Orleans W 41-36
2011 Jan 16 Division @ Chicago L 24-35

2012: 11 wins, 5 losses (2nd place NFC West)

Coach: Pete Carroll. Quarterback: Russell Wilson.

2013 Jan 6 Wildcard @ Washington W 24-14
2013 Jan 13 Division @ Atlanta L 28-30

2013: 13 wins, 3 losses (1st place NFC West; NFC Conference Champions; Super Bowl Champions)

Coach: Pete Carroll. Quarterback: Russell Wilson.

2014 Jan 11 Division New Orleans W 23-15
2014 Jan 19 Conference San Francisco W 23-17
2014 Feb 2 Super Bowl 48 – Denver W 43-8

2014: 12 wins, 4 losses (1st place NFC West; NFC Conference Champions)

Coach: Pete Carroll. Quarterback: Russell Wilson.

2015 Jan 10 Division Carolina W 31-17
2015 Jan 18 Conference Green Bay W 28-22 OT
2015 Feb 1 Super Bowl 49 -New England L 24-28

2015: 10 wins, 6 losses (2nd place NFC West)

Coach: Pete Carroll. Quarterback: Russell Wilson.

2016 Jan 10 Wildcard @ Minnesota W 10-9
2016 Jan 17 Division @ Carolina L 24-31

*The Jan 9, 2000, game was the last event in the Kingdome. The 24 year old multipurpose stadium with the concrete roof was demolished less than three months later. On Jan 8, 2011, excited Seattle fans screamed and stomped so wildly during and after a remarkable 67-yard touchdown run by Marshawn Lynch (“Beast Mode”) that an earthquake registered at the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network.

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