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Seahawks End 49ers Consecutive Scoring Record
September 26, 2004

The Seahawks opened the season 3-0 after shutting out the 49ers 34-0 at Qwest Field. The victory ended the 49ers NFL record of scoring in 420 consecutive games.


Seahawks defeat the Houston Oilers, 27-24, as Dave Krieg returns after missing seven games with a shoulder separation. Krieg engineers a 10-play drive to set up Norm Johnsonís game-winning field goal with less than one second left.

Opportunity Knox
January 26, 1983

Chuck Knox named head coach. Knox previously had served as head coach of the Los Angeles Rams (1973-77) and the Buffalo Bills (1978-82). He guided seven-of-his-ten teams to the playoffs, while winning six division championships.

Bill Meyers Hired as Offensive Line Coach
February 6, 1998

Hired Bill Meyers as assistant offensive line coach and announced the club had agreed to terms with Washington Redskinsí special teams coach Pete Rodriguez.


Offensive assistant Jim Zorn leaves for the Detroit Lions.


Seattle completes three wins in three home games by defeating the Minnesota Vikings, 42-23.

Temperatures in San Diego were in triple digits, and defensive end Michael Bennett was dressed dapper and comfortably in a suit/shorts combination.
Charlie Rogers returns four kickoffs for 171 yards, which includes an 81-yard touchdown, versus Buffalo to establish an AFC single-season record with 2,094 combined return yards (punt and kickoff).
Paul Allen and Mack Strong in the Seahawks locker room post game.
Pregame huddle.
If fans were worried about the Seahawks keeping their momentum after halftime, it only took them 12 seconds (Seattle fans' favorite number) to score as Percy Harvin returned the kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown to extend Seattle's lead to 29-0.
The Seattle Seahawks new football field, foreground, continues to take shape on the site of the former Kingdome as the Seattle Mariners' ballpark stands behind Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2001, in Seattle. Work on the stadium roof, which will cover about 70 percent of the stands, began in earnest earlier in February when sections for the stadium's east side were put in place. The $430 million project, which will seat 72,000, is scheduled to be ready for play in August, 2002. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)