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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.
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.
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.