1981 Seattle Seahawks season

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1981 Seattle Seahawks season
Head coachJack Patera
Home fieldKingdome
Results
Record6–10
Division place5th AFC West
Playoff finishdid not qualify
Timeline
Previous season    Next season
< 1980    1982 >
 
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1981 Seattle Seahawks season
Head coachJack Patera
Home fieldKingdome
Results
Record6–10
Division place5th AFC West
Playoff finishdid not qualify
Timeline
Previous season    Next season
< 1980    1982 >

The 1981 Seattle Seahawks season was the team's sixth season with the National Football League.

Offseason[edit]

NFL Draft[edit]

1981 Seahawks Draft Selections
Round/PickPlayerPositionCollege
1/4Kenny EasleyDefensive BackUCLA
2/31David HughesRunning BackBoise State
3/58Bill DuganOffensive GuardPenn State
4/87Scott PhillipsWide ReceiverBrigham Young
5/114Edwin BaileyOffensive GuardSouth Carolina State
6/140Steve DurhamDefensive EndClemson
7/170Ron JohnsonWide ReceiverLong Beach State
7/186Brad ScovillTight EndPenn State
8/196Eric LaneRunning BackBrigham Young
9/223Jim StoneRunning BackNotre Dame
9/236Jimbo WhatleyWide ReceiverWashington State
10/252Ken DawsonRunning BackSavannah State
11/279Lance OlanderRunning BackColorado
12/306Jeff BednarekDefensive TackleU. of Pacific

Personnel[edit]

Staff[edit]

1981 Seattle Seahawks staff
Front office
  • General Manager – John Thompson
  • Assistant General Manager – Mark Duncan
  • Director of Player Personnel – Dick Mansperger
  • Director of Pro Scouting – Chuck Allen

Head coaches

Offensive coaches

Defensive coaches

Special teams coaches


Schedule[edit]

WeekDateOpponentResultGame siteRecordAttendance
1September 6, 1981at Cincinnati BengalsL 21–27Riverfront Stadium0–141,177
2September 13, 1981Denver BroncosW 13–10Kingdome1–158,513
3September 20, 1981at Oakland RaidersL 10–20Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum1–245,725
4September 27, 1981Kansas City ChiefsL 14–20Kingdome1–359,255
5October 4, 1981at San Diego ChargersL 10–24Jack Murphy Stadium1–451,463
6October 11, 1981at Houston OilersL 17–35The Astrodome1–542,671
7October 18, 1981New York GiantsL 0–32Kingdome1–656,134
8October 25, 1981at New York JetsW 19–13Shea Stadium2–649,678
9November 1, 1981at Green Bay PackersL 24–34Lambeau Field2–749,467
10November 8, 1981Pittsburgh SteelersW 24–21Kingdome3–759,058
11November 16, 1981San Diego ChargersW 44–23Kingdome4–758,628
12November 22, 1981at Kansas City ChiefsL 13–40Arrowhead Stadium4–849,002
13November 29, 1981Oakland RaidersL 31–32Kingdome4–957,147
14December 6, 1981New York JetsW 27–23Kingdome5–953,105
15December 13, 1981at Denver BroncosL 13–23Mile High Stadium5–1074,527
16December 20, 1981Cleveland BrownsW 42–21Kingdome6–1051,435

Standings[edit]

AFC West
WLTPCTDIVCONFPFPA
San Diego Chargers(3)1060.6256–28–4478390
Denver Broncos1060.6255–37–5321289
Kansas City Chiefs970.5635–37–5343290
Oakland Raiders790.4382–65–7273343
Seattle Seahawks6100.3752–66–8322388

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References[edit]

  1. ^ 2010 NFL Record and Fact Book (PDF). National Football League. p. 385. Retrieved March 7, 2011. 

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