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Seattle finished the season with a perfect home record with a 20-13 victory over St. Louis. In that game, Russell Wilson tied Peyton Manningís NFL  rookie record with his 26th TD pass.

Record Shutout
November 13, 1977

Seattle defense blanks the New York Jets, 17-0, in Shea Stadium, the first time an established team is shutout by a second-year team.


The Seahawks club record 14-game home winning streak was snapped versus the Arizona Cardinals in a 17-10 loss. It was QB  Russell Wilsonís first loss at CenturyLink Field in two seasons as a starter.


San Diego Chargers stop Seahawks two-game winning streak, 24-10, before Seahawks record crowd of 65,536 in Husky Stadium.


Steve Largent is formally inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.


Place QB Trent Dilfer on injured reserve and signed veteran QB Jeff George for remainder of season.

Selected T James Carpenter 25th overall in the first round of the NFL Draft.
In the locker room, teammates and friends Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin talk before hitting the field.
Upon arrival back in Seattle, the Seahawks were greeted by throngs of 12s who showed their love and appreciation by lining roads between the airport and the Virginia Mason Athletic Center.
Lofa Tatupu tied a franchise record with three interceptions at Philadelphia, including one in the final minutes that preserved a Seahawks 28-24 victory.
(L-R): Earl Thomas, Russell Okung and Golden Tate.
New Orleans arrived in Seattle for a big matchup on Monday Night Football. Linebacker Cliff Avril jarred the ball loose from New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees on the Saints second offensive drive and Seattle defense led the way to a 34-7 win.