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1983 Seattle Seahawks Schedule

The 1983 Seattle Seahawks schedule produced a record of 9 wins and 7 losses, and a trip to the playoffs where they beat the Broncos and Dolphins but lost to the Raiders. They had regular season wins against the Browns, Giants, Jets, Broncos, Chiefs, Patriots, Chargers and Raiders and losses against the Broncos, Chiefs, Chargers, Cowboys, Steelers, Redskins and Cardinals. View the 1983 Seahawks complete schedule game by game.
1983 Seattle Seahawks Schedule (Record: 9 - 7 - 0)
1 Seattle Seahawks 13 @ Kansas City Chiefs 17 Game Stats
2 Seattle Seahawks 17 @ New York Jets 10 Game Stats
3 San Diego Chargers 31 @ Seattle Seahawks 34 Game Stats
4 Washington Redskins 27 @ Seattle Seahawks 17 Game Stats
5 Seattle Seahawks 24 @ Cleveland Browns 9 Game Stats
6 Seattle Seahawks 21 @ San Diego Chargers 28 Game Stats
7 Los Angeles Raiders 36 @ Seattle Seahawks 38 Game Stats
8 Pittsburgh Steelers 27 @ Seattle Seahawks 21 Game Stats
9 Seattle Seahawks 34 @ Los Angeles Raiders 21 Game Stats
10 Denver Broncos 19 @ Seattle Seahawks 27 Game Stats
11 Seattle Seahawks 28 @ St. Louis Cardinals 33 Game Stats
12 Seattle Seahawks 27 @ Denver Broncos 38 Game Stats
13 Kansas City Chiefs 48 @ Seattle Seahawks 51 Game Stats
14 Dallas Cowboys 35 @ Seattle Seahawks 10 Game Stats
15 Seattle Seahawks 17 @ New York Giants 12 Game Stats
16 New England Patriots 6 @ Seattle Seahawks 24 Game Stats
1983 Seattle Seahawks Postseason Schedule
AFC Wild Card Playoff
Denver Broncos 7 @ Seattle Seahawks 31 Game Stats
AFC Divisional Playoff
Seattle Seahawks 27 @ Miami Dolphins 20 Game Stats
AFC Conference Championship
Seattle Seahawks 14 @ Los Angeles Raiders 30 Game Stats
 
 
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