Seattle Seahawks Tickets
Coach Pete Pete Carroll and QB Russell Wilson will have the Seattle Seahawks flying high at CenturyLink Field in 2016. Supported by receivers Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse and running back Thomas Rawls, Wilson and the Seahawks offense will put up big numbers in the NFC West. With Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor laying out big hits on the other side of the ball, the Seattle defense will be equally dominant in the division. Seahawks tickets are already on sale for both home and away games, so get them while they're hot. The Seahawks are one of the best teams in the NFL to see live and now is the time to experience it for yourself as the 12th man!
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Last week was an exciting week for the Seattle Seahawks. The team made it to the playoffs and went up against the Detroit Lions for their first and possibly last game this season. Both teams seemed to hit the field with their heads in the right place, even though the Lions were playing away from home. Things started out slowly, leaving the scoreboard without points until the second quarter. The Seahawks were able to complete a touchdown and field goal to match the Lions single field goal to end the first half. Russell Wilson led his team to victory after he completed 23 passes, totaling 224 yards. See the Seahawks play again on January 14 against the Atlanta Falcons in Georgia. Tickets start at $48 each.
Thanks to their hard work and narrow victory over the San Francisco 49ers last weekend, the Seattle Seahawks have earned home field advantage in the NFC Wild Card Round. Although San Francisco took the early lead and threatened the Seahawks’ standings, Russell Wilson and Richard Sherman were able to take the team to a 25-23 win. Now, they will prepare to host the Detroit Lions at CenturyLink Field this Saturday, January 7. Tickets are still on sale and available for purchase at prices starting as low as $133. You do not want to miss this matchup! The winner moves on to play the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC Divisional Round.
The Seattle Seahawks certainly know how to make things interesting heading into the postseason. They hosted divisional rivals the Arizona Cardinals over the weekend. It seemed like the game was going to be a low-scoring affair going into the final minutes, however both teams came alive in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately for fans and players alike, the Cardinals got the final advantage and won the match 34 - 31. Despite the brutal defeat, the Seahawks are already playoffs-bound. They will host either the NFC Wild Card or Divisional Round at CenturyLink Field on Saturday, January 7. Tickets are on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as $226.
Baring a disastrous finish, the Seattle Seahawks will win the NFC West, making it the fourth time in the last seven seasons they’ve come out on top of the division. Seattle is 8-4-1, three games ahead of Arizona, which it faces on Christmas Eve in a critical division matchup.
Last week, the Seahawks weren’t at their best, falling in blowout fashion to the Green Bay Packers 38-10. Seattle actually outgained the Packers 354 to 330 but turned the ball over an alarming six times. Green Bay, meanwhile, didn’t have a single turnover. The Seahawks look to get back into form to end the season and enter the playoffs on a high note.
After placing second in the NFC West a year ago, the Seattle Seahawks appear positioned to win the division once again, as it did in 2012 and 2013. Seattle is 7-3-1, a full three games ahead of second-place Arizona, last year’s division winner.
Seattle is coming off a 14-5 loss to Tampa Bay. The Seahawks struggled offensively, failing to get into the end zone and accumulating just 245 yards of offense. The defense did its job, however, shutting out the Buccaneers over the final three quarters after getting behind 14-0.
Seattle looks to rebound this Sunday at home against the Carolina Panthers. Baring a collapse, the Seahawks are poised to earn a home-field advantage in their first-round playoff game.
Another impressive performance from Russell Wilson helped the Seattle Seahawks take home a win against the New England Patriots Sunday night. Patience and accuracy were crucial for Wilson and the Hawks, who surged to No. 2 in the NFL polls following the win. Confidence when facing a tough New England defensive line is tough, but Wilson waited until he had the perfect look at an awaiting receiver with every single pass, and Seattle finished the night scoring on seven of their nine possessions. The win not only boosts them in the rankings, but helps them as they work to secure their lead in the NFC West. The Hawks take on the Eagles this Sunday, Nov. 20, at CenturyLink Field. Tickets start at $221.
The Seattle Seahawks are sitting pretty in the NFC West division. They are currently topping the charts with five wins and two losses. Last week the Seahawks played against the Buffalo Bills, which proved to be a tough matchup for both teams. Both teams scored a significant number of points in the first half, leaving it all up to the final quarter of the game to determine the winner. The Seahawks held tight to their first half lead and only scored three more points in the second half. However, it was just enough to beat the Bills 31-25. Get your very own tickets for their next game against the New England Patriots on November 13.
With an offense that hasn’t been particularly effective recently, the Seattle Seahawks were in need of a little motivation following last week’s loss to the New Orleans Saints, and that’s where Marshawn Lynch comes in. After retiring from football last season, the former Seahawk made a visit to the team’s locker room after practice Tuesday. When asked by reporters how he had been feeling, Lynch responded in his typical vague fashion. “Smooth,” was all he replied. Hopefully he said more than that to motivate his former teammates as they get ready for Monday Night Football against the Buffalo Bills. CenturyLink Field is the place to be this Monday, Nov. 7, and we have tickets available now for $136 and up.
After their debacle with the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks now have one of the most confusing records in the league. They are 4 - 1 - 1 after tying the Cards 6 - 6 in two of the most pathetic displays of kicking ever seen. Neither Arizona’s Chandler Catanzaro nor Seattle’s Steven Hauschka could manage to squeak in a field goal, even shooting from as close as the 28-yard line. Cardinals’ fans are used to these kinds of shenanigans, but Hauschka’s misses left Seattle fans scratching their heads. The kicker takes full responsibility for the loss, and vows to avenge the Seahawks this week against the New Orleans Saints. Tickets are $70.
The Seattle Seahawks stayed strong to beat the Falcons on October 26 to bring their record to 4-1 so far this season. The Seahawks had an early lead, heading into the locker room ahead 17-3. However, they gave up 21 points to the Falcons in the third quarter to drop behind. They managed to hold off the Falcons and rally to get close. Then, Steven Hauschka scored a 44-yard field goal with just under two minutes left to play to give the team the 26-24 win. Russell Wilson completed 25 of 37 passes for a total of 270 yards. They Seahawks head to Arizona to play the Cardinals on the 23, and you still have a chance to grab tickets for prices starting at just $3.
Coming off a bye, the Seattle Seahawks are ready to use every ounce of newly restored energy to face Week 6 of the NFL season. The time off was badly needed for the ‘Hawks, in particular for quarterback Russell Wilson and wide receiver Tyler Lockett. Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said the guys were back to practice Monday with a lot of spirit and energy and are ready to head back into battle Sunday against Atlanta. The Falcons are 4-1 and have surged to fourth place in the rankings—up from tenth—after upsetting the Broncos 23-16 last week. This is a game you don’t want to miss—get tickets now for $170 and up!
Things are looking good for the Seattle Seahawks, who are 3-1 after the first month of NFL play and heading into a bye for Week 5 of the season. Despite dropping to the Rams, Coach Pete Carroll says that this team could be as good as any of the others he’s ever coached. At quarterback, Russell Wilson has stood out, facing injuries and setbacks but still thriving with a 65 percent passing completion rate. After resting for a week, he’ll undoubtedly be in an even better position when Seattle picks up again Oct. 16 against the Falcons. There’s no need to wait to get your tickets for Week 6–we have a great variety on sale now!
The Seattle Seahawks may have finally gotten some pep in their step after last Sunday’s impressive victory over the San Francisco 49ers, who have one of the toughest defenses in the league. That defense was just no match for the feisty Seahawks offense, however, who took home the win 37 - 18. Seattle will now embark on a road trip to take on the New York Jets before taking their bye week on October 9. Then, on October 16, they will head back to CenturyLink Field to host the Atlanta Falcons. Come welcome the Seahawks back to the game after their break; tickets are on sale for $48 and up.
Seattle Seahawks fans will be resting a little bit easier tonight—Russell Wilson, who injured his ankle in Week 1 against the Dolphins, was able to fully participate in Wednesday’s practice and it seems he’ll be able to play Sunday against the Rams. Head coach Pete Carroll said of Wilson, “His attitude is like as charged up as you can imagine. The really great performers find a way.” There’s no better time than now for players and fans to get ready for Week 2 of the 2016-2017 NFL season. The Seahawks will be up against the Rams this Sunday, Sept 18, at the Los Angeles Coliseum. Great seats are available now starting at just $77!
While the 49ers have fallen off in recent years, there’s still plenty of bad blood between SF and the Seattle Seahawks. Whether it’s Colin Kaepernick or Blaine Gabbert under center, you can rest assured that the Legion of Boom will be coming after the quarterback early and often. The Seahawks might have stronger competition coming from other teams in the NFC West, but Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson and the rest of the squad still take a lot of pride in making sure San Francisco fans know which team is ruler of the Pacific Coast. The 49ers head to Seattle for the first meeting of these two teams on September 25, and tickets start at $184.
While the rest of the NFC West keeps shuffling lineups and trying to find an identity, the Seattle Seahawks continue to stand strong as the favorites to win the division. The team has had a strong preseason and returns most of the talented players that have been a part of the Seahawks’ recent success. Perhaps most importantly, the club has managed to avoid major injuries in the early going. Seattle fans are expecting Russell Wilson to improve upon last year’s performance when he didn’t quite play up to the standards he has set for himself, and his first regular season test will be against the Miami Dolphins on September 11. Tickets start at $186.
Vacationing in an NFL state has its benefits—just ask free agent Tony McDaniel. The veteran fullback was enjoying what is left of the summer break hiking and kayaking in Leavenworth, Washington, when he received a call from the Seattle Seahawks. Thanks to social media, McDaniel’s agent was able to track the player down and let him know about the opportunity to attend some practices with his former team. Just days later McDaniel had once again signed with Pete Carroll and the Seahawks, who will be playing at home this Thursday, Aug. 18, against the Minnesota Vikings. Grab a pair of tickets for yourself and your favorite football fan. Our prices start at just $36.
The first exhibition game of the year ended in a nail biter for Seattle Seahawks fans. The ultimate 17-16 win over the Chiefs was decided with a comeback in the fourth quarter that was spearheaded by rookie quarterback Trevone Boykin. With no time left on the clock, Boykin reached receiver Tanner McEvoy for a 37-yard touchdown that put Seattle down by one. After the score, Boykin passed to running back Troymaine Pope, who ran it in for two to give the Seahawks the win. The electric start to the preseason continues this Thursday, Aug. 18, when the Minnesota Vikings pay a visit to CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Tickets to see the Seahawks play are on sale now for $62.
Like the rest of the NFL, the Seattle Seahawks are spending the summer preparing their team for the upcoming season. This week, USA Today ranked all the NFL coaches, with Pete Carroll listed as number two behind New England’s Bill Belichick. Other news coming out of the team this week is that cornerback Jamal Marshell has been cut from the team. During the latest OTA practice, Garry Gilliam and J’Marcus Webb missed out due to injuries but were at practice watching. Tharold Simon was also on the sidelines. As the team prepares and the rookies battle a spot to remain on the team, fans can already get tickets to catch the action in person. Tickets start at $62.