2004 Seattle Seahawks schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
9-7-0 0-1 6047 3871 2176 28 344 6017 3884 2133 36 333
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The Seattle Seahawks' twenty-ninth season was in 2004, and it was the sixth season Mike Holmgren served as the head coach of the team. The Seahawks played their home games at Qwest Field. They finished the year 9-7-0 in the regular season, en route to winning the NFC West, but they lost their first playoff game to the St. Louis Rams 27-20.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ New Orleans Saints 21-7
Week 2 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10-6
Week 3 San Francisco 49ers 34-0
Week 5 St. Louis Rams 27-33
Week 6 @ New England Patriots 20-30
Week 7 @ Arizona Cardinals 17-25
Week 8 Carolina Panthers 23-17
Week 9 @ San Francisco 49ers 42-27
Week 10 @ St. Louis Rams 12-23
Week 11 Miami Dolphins 24-17
Week 12 Buffalo Bills 9-38
Week 13 Dallas Cowboys 39-43
Week 14 @ Minnesota Vikings 27-23
Week 15 @ New York Jets 14-37
Week 16 Arizona Cardinals 24-21
Week 17 Atlanta Falcons 28-26

Playoffs

Week Opponent Score Notes
Wild Card Round St. Louis Rams 20-27

2004 Seattle Seahawks Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Mike Holmgren Offensive Coordinator: Gil Haskell Defensive Coordinator: Ray Rhodes Quarterbacks Coach: Jim Zorn Wide Receivers Coach: Nolan Cromwell Offensive Line Coach: Bill Laveroni Running Backs Coach: Lyvonia Albert "Stump" Mitchell Tight Ends Coach: Jim Lind Offensive Assistant Coach: Gary Reynolds Defensive Line Coach: Dwaine Board, Zerick Rollins Linebackers Coach: John Marshall Defensive Backs Coach: Teryl Austin Special Teams Coach: Mark Michaels Quality Control Coach: Gary Reynolds, Zerick Rollins Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: Mike Clark Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Darren Krein, Bill Gillespie Pro Scout: Chris Culmer Area Scout: Scott Fitterer Football Operations Coordinator: Bill Nayes Team Travel: Bill Nayes Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship: Grady Brown