2000 Seattle Seahawks season

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2000 Seattle Seahawks season
Head coach Mike Holmgren
Home field Husky Stadium
Results
Record 6–10
Division place 4th AFC West
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
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< 1999 2001 >
Seahawks offensive linemen in 2000

The 2000 Seattle Seahawks season was the team's 25th season with the National Football League. The 2000 season was the first of two seasons the Seahawks played at Husky Stadium while Qwest Field was being built.

The 2000 Seahawks' pass defense surrendered 7.63 yards-per-attempt (including quarterback sacks), one of the ten-worst totals in the history of the NFL.[1]

2000 NFL Draft[edit]

2000 Seahawks Draft Selections
Round/Pick Player Position College
1/19 Shaun Alexander Running Back Alabama
1/22 Chris McIntosh Offensive Tackle Wisconsin
2/52 Ike Charlton Cornerback Virginia Tech
3/80 Darrell Jackson Wide Receiver Florida
4/116 Marcus Bell Linebacker Arizona
4/119 Isaiah Kacyvenski Linebacker Harvard
6/175 James Williams Wide Receiver Marshall
6/185 Tim Watson Defensive Tackle Rowan
6/190 John Hilliard Defensive Tackle Mississippi State

Personnel[edit]

Staff[edit]

2000 Seattle Seahawks staff
Front Office

Head Coaches

Offensive Coaches

 

Defensive Coaches

Special Teams Coaches

Strength and Conditioning

  • Strength and Conditioning – Kent Johnston
  • Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Johnny Holland
  • Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Rod Springer

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Preseason[edit]

Game Date Opponent Result Stadium Record
1 August 5 Indianapolis Colts W 28-16 Husky Stadium (1–0)
2 August 12 at Arizona Cardinals L 3-21 Sun Devil Stadium (1–1)
3 August 19 San Francisco 49ers W 25-21 Husky Stadium (2–1)
4 August 24 at Oakland Raiders L 0-20 Network Associates Coliseum (2–2)

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Regular season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Game Date Opponent Result Stadium Record Attendance
1 September 3, 2000 at Miami Dolphins L 0–23 Pro Player Stadium 0–1 72,949
2 September 10, 2000 St. Louis Rams L 34–37 Husky Stadium 0–2 64,869
3 September 17, 2000 New Orleans Saints W 20–10 Husky Stadium 1–2 59,513
4 September 24, 2000 at San Diego Chargers W 20–12 Qualcomm Stadium 2–2 47,233
5 October 2, 2000 at Kansas City Chiefs L 17–24 Arrowhead Stadium 2–3 78,502
6 October 8, 2000 at Carolina Panthers L 3–26 Ericsson Stadium 2–4 72,192
7 October 15, 2000 Indianapolis Colts L 24–37 Husky Stadium 2–5 63,593
8 October 22, 2000 at Oakland Raiders L 3–31 Network Associates Coliseum 2–6 57,490
9 October 29, 2000 Kansas City Chiefs L 19–24 Husky Stadium 2–7 62,141
10 November 5, 2000 San Diego Chargers W 27–15 Husky Stadium 3–7 59,884
11 November 12, 2000 at Jacksonville Jaguars W 28–21 Alltel Stadium 4–7 68,063
12 Bye
13 November 26, 2000 Denver Broncos L 31–38 Husky Stadium 4–8 68,661
14 December 3, 2000 at Atlanta Falcons W 30–13 Georgia Dome 5–8 44,680
15 December 10, 2000 at Denver Broncos L 24–31 Mile High Stadium 5–9 75,218
16 December 16, 2000 Oakland Raiders W 27–24 Husky Stadium 6–9 68,681
17 December 23, 2000 Buffalo Bills L 23–42 Husky Stadium 6–10 61,025

Standings[edit]

AFC West
Team W L T PCT PF PA
Oakland Raiders 12 4 0 .750 479 299
Denver Broncos 11 5 0 .688 485 369
Kansas City Chiefs 7 9 0 .438 355 354
Seattle Seahawks 6 10 0 .375 320 405
San Diego Chargers 1 15 0 .063 269 440

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cold Hard Football Facts: Ryan Kalil ad: Carolina D not up to the task
  2. ^ 2009 Seattle Seahawks Media Guide. pp. 236–238. Retrieved 2010-02-21. 
  3. ^ NFL 2001 Record and Fact Book, Workman Publishing Co, New York,NY, ISBN 0-7611-2480-2, p. 85

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