1984 Seattle Seahawks season
Head Coach Chuck Knox
Home Field Kingdome
Results
Record 12–4
Place 2nd AFC West
Playoff Finish Won LA Raiders 13-7
Lost Miami 31-10
Timeline
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1983 1985

The 1984 Seattle Seahawks season was the team's ninth season with the National Football League.

The 1984 Seahawks were a well-balanced team on offense and defense. They scored 418 points (26.1 per game), and gave up only 282 points (17.6 per game); their point differential of +136 points was third in the NFL. Also, their giveaway/takeway ratio was +24, best in the league.

The team's offense boasted a 3,000-yard passer in quarterback Dave Krieg (3,671 yards), and a 1,000-yard wide receiver in Steve Largent (74 receptions for 1,164 yards).

The Seahawks's defensive line generated an outstanding pass rush, with defensive ends Jeff Bryant and Jacob Green registering 14.5 and 13 sacks, respectively. Safety Kenny Easley led the team with 10 interceptions.[1]


1984 NFL Draft[edit | edit source]

1984 Seahawks Draft Selections
Round/Pick Player Position College
1/22 Terry Taylor Defensive Back Southern Illinois
2/49 Daryl Turner Wide Receiver Michigan St
3/76 Fredd Young Linebacker New Mexico State
4/86 Rickey Hagood Nose Tackle South Carolina
6/162 John Kaiser Linebacker Arizona
7/189 Sam Slater Offensive Tackle Weber State
8/216 John Puzar Center Long Beach State
9/243 Adam Schreiber Center Texas
10/270 Randall Morris Running Back Tennessee
11/302 Steve Gemza Offensive Tackle UCLA
12/329 Theo Windham Defensive Back Utah State
Supp. Gordon Houston Tight End BYU
Supp. Alvin Powell Offensive Guard Winston-Salem State
Supp. Frank Seurer Quarterback Kansas

Personnel[edit | edit source]

Staff[edit | edit source]

1984 Seattle Seahawks staff
Front Office
  • President/General Manager – Mike McCormack
  • Assistant General Manager – Chuck Allen
  • Player Personnel Director – Mike Allman

Head Coaches

  • Head Coach – Chuck Knox
  • Assistant Head Coach – Tom Catlin

Offensive Coaches

 

Defensive Coaches

  • Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers – Tom Catlin
  • Defensive Line – George Dyer
  • Defensive Backs – Ralph Hawkins
  • Special Assignments – Joe Vitt

Special Teams Coaches

  • Special Teams – Rusty Tillman

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Regular season[edit | edit source]

Schedule[edit | edit source]

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Record Attendance
1 September 3 Cleveland Browns W 33-0 Kingdome 1-0 59,540
2 September 9 San Diego Chargers W 31-17 Kingdome 2-0 61,314
3 September 16 at New England Patriots L 38-23 Sullivan Stadium 2-1 43,140
4 September 23 Chicago Bears W 38-9 Kingdome 3-1 61,520
5 September 30 at Minnesota Vikings W 20-12 Metrodome 4-1 57,171
6 October 7 at Los Angeles Raiders L 28-14 LA Coliseum 4-2 77,904
7 October 14 Buffalo Bills W 31-28 Kingdome 5-2 59,034
8 October 21 at Green Bay Packers W 30-24 Lambeau Field 6-2 52,286
9 October 29 at San Diego Chargers W 24-0 Jack Murphy Stadium 7-2 53,974
10 November 4 Kansas City Chiefs W 45-0 Kingdome 8-2 61,396
11 November 12 Los Angeles Raiders W 17-14 Kingdome 9-2 64,001
12 November 18 at Cincinnati Bengals W 26-6 Riverfront Stadium 10-2 50,280
13 November 25 at Denver Broncos W 27-24 Mile High Stadium 11-2 74,922
14 December 2 Detroit Lions W 38-17 Kingdome 12-2 62,441
15 December 9 at Kansas City Chiefs L 34-7 Arrowhead Stadium 12-3 34,855
16 December 15 Denver Broncos L 31-14 Kingdome 12-4 64,411

Standings[edit | edit source]

AFC West
W L T PCT PF PA STK
Denver Broncos 13 3 0 .813 353 241 W-2
Seattle Seahawks 12 4 0 .750 418 282 L-2
Los Angeles Raiders 11 5 0 .688 368 278 L-1
Kansas City Chiefs 8 8 0 .500 314 324 W-3
San Diego Chargers 7 9 0 .438 394 413 L-2

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Attendance
Wildcard December 22 Los Angeles Raiders W 13-7 Kingdome 62,049
Divisional December 29 at Miami Dolphins L 31-10 Miami Orange Bowl 73,469

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