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2002 Seattle Seahawks season
Head Coach Mike Holmgren
Home Field Seahawks Stadium
Results
Record 7-9
Place T-2nd NFC West
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Timeline
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2001 2003

The 2002 Seattle Seahawks season was the team's 27th season with the National Football League. The Seahawks returned to the NFC West for the first time since their inaugural season of 1976 and opened their new stadium, Seahawks Stadium, on the site of their former stadium, the Kingdome.

2002 NFL DraftEdit

2002 Seahawks Draft Selections
Round/Pick Player Position College
1/28 Jerramy Stevens Tight End Washington
2/54 Maurice Morris Running Back Oregon
2/60 Anton Palepoi Defensive End UNLV
3/85 Kris Richard Defensive Back USC
4/120 Terreal Bierria Defensive Back Georgia
5/146 Rocky Bernard Defensive Tackle Texas A&M
5/169 Ryan Hannam Tight End Northern Iowa
5/171 Matt Hill Offensive Tackle Boise State
6/194 Craig Jarrett Punter Michigan State
7/232 Jeff Kelly Quarterback Southern Mississippi

Regular seasonEdit

  • October 27, 2002: Against the Seattle Seahawks, Emmitt Smith surpassed Walter Payton as the NFL’s All-Time Leading Rusher.[1]

ScheduleEdit

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Record GameCenter Attendance
1 September 8 at Oakland Raiders L 31-17 Network Associates Coliseum 0-1 GameCenter 53,260
2 September 15 Arizona Cardinals L 24-13 Seahawks Stadium 0-2 GameCenter 63,104
3 September 22 at New York Giants L 9-6 Giants Stadium 0-3 GameCenter 78,551
4 September 29 Minnesota Vikings W 48-23 Seahawks Stadium 1-3 GameCenter 65,212
5 Bye week
6 October 14 San Francisco 49ers L 28-21 Seahawks Stadium 1-4 GameCenter 66,420
7 October 20 at St. Louis Rams L 37-20 Edward Jones Dome 1-5 GameCenter 65,931
8 October 27 at Dallas Cowboys W 17-14 Texas Stadium 2-5 GameCenter 63,854
9 November 3 Washington Redskins L 14-3 Seahawks Stadium 2-6 GameCenter 64,325
10 November 10 at Arizona Cardinals W 27-6 Sun Devil Stadium 3-6 GameCenter 29,252
11 November 17 Denver Broncos L 31-9 Seahawks Stadium 3-7 GameCenter 65,495
12 November 24 Kansas City Chiefs W 39-32 Seahawks Stadium 4-7 GameCenter 56,250
13 December 1 at San Francisco 49ers L 31-24 3Com Park 4-8 GameCenter 67,594
14 December 8 Philadelphia Eagles L 27-20 Seahawks Stadium 4-9 GameCenter 59,862
15 December 15 at Atlanta Falcons W 30-24 (OT) Georgia Dome 5-9 GameCenter 69,551
16 December 22 St. Louis Rams W 30-10 Seahawks Stadium 6-9 GameCenter 63,953
17 December 29 at San Diego Chargers W 31-28 (OT) Qualcomm Stadium 7-9 GameCenter 52,159

StandingsEdit

Template:2002 NFC West standings

ReferencesEdit

  1. Numbelivable!, p.159, Michael X. Ferraro and John Veneziano, Triumph Books, Chicago, Illinois, 2007, ISBN 978-1-57243-990-0

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