The NFL announced the regular season schedule this afternoon, which you can view here.
For a second straight season the Seattle Seahawks received a nationally televised, regular season game.
New Seattle quarterback Matt Flynn will get a chance to play his old team, the Green Bay Packers, on Monday Night Football at CenturyLink Field on Sept. 24.
The Seahawks also have a Thursday night road game at San Francisco on the NFL Network on Oct. 18, and an international matchup as Seattle takes on Buffalo in Toronto, Canada on Dec. 16, the club’s first regular season game outside the United States.
The Seahawks had no scheduled nationally televised games in 2009 and 2010, and just two in 2008, Mike Holmgren’s last as head coach in Seattle – a Thanksgiving Day game in Dallas and a Sunday night tilt in Tampa.
The Seahawks regular season finale of the 2010 season against St. Louis was flexed into the schedule for a national audience on NBC with the NFC West title on the line, a game Seattle won 16-6.