Seattle Seahawks tickets are on sale now. Seattle Seahawks tickets for the 2009 Seattle Seahawks schedule have gone on sale with the 2009 single game tickets becoming quite popular. The 2009 Seattle Seahawks schedule will cover eight games played at Qwest Field in Seattle, and two preseason games that fans can attend to catch their first glimpse of the new look Seattle Seahawks. The Seattle Seahawks tickets range in prices, and all of the games have some seats still available. The Seattle Seahawks schedule also contains quite a few interesting match-ups, raising the value of the 2009 Seattle Seahawks tickets.
The first two games on the Seattle Seahawks 2009 schedule are pre-season match-ups against the San Diego Chargers on Saturday, August 15th, and then against the Denver Broncos at Qwest Field on Saturday, August 22nd. The second home game of the pre-season will be against the Oakland Raiders on Thursday, September 3rd, preceded by a game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday, August 29th. All of the pre-season Seattle Seahawk games will take place against the AFC West, which is familiar territory to a team that once also resided in the AFC West with them.
The home opener in the Seattle Seahawks 2009 schedule takes place in week 1 when they play host to the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, September 13th. Kick off is set for 1:15 P.M. and the game will hold a lot of importance for the divisional rivalry. St. Louis had a rough season last year as well, and is looking to win the NFC West. Seattle follows that game with a match-up in San Francisco before returning for a home game against the Chicago Bears on Sunday, September 27th. After that, the games taking place at Qwest Field are against the Jacksonville Jaguars (Oct 11), the Arizona Cardinals (Oct 18), Detroit Lions (Nov 8), San Francisco 49ers (Dec 6), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Dec 20), and Tennessee Titans (Jan 3).
Most of the games on the Seattle Seahawks schedule will take place on FOX this season, but several games are also part of the NFL Flex schedule, where they can move the game times if there are playoff implications at stake. This is done so that they can put the best games into the primetimes slots, and show them later at night. If the Seahawks can live up to the promise that they will be much better in 2009, fans should hope that these games do get moved to primetime, because it means the Seahawks will still be in the hunt. The 2009 season should be an exciting one for the Seattle Seahawks, so act quickly to attain some great Seattle Seahawks tickets.
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