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. They finished the year 9-7-0 in the regular season but they lost their first playoff game to the St. Louis Rams 27-20.


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


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


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 Football Operations Coordinator: Bill Nayes Team Travel: Bill Nayes