The Seattle Seahawks have steamed up towards the end of the 2021 season, winning four of their last six games.
Unfortunately, this was not enough to clinch the post-season berth as it ended at 7-10.
Still, they will want to bounce back from the speed created by those games.
However, with the departure of Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner in 2022, the Seahawks will get a different look.
There is hope among the fans that their team will perform well as soon as the season starts.
But the team decided to mess with the players by publishing fake schedules.
Bright: The ESeahawks Fooled their players, created a fake schedule with all possible bad situations – including multiple road holiday games, four straight road games and bye bye after their Germany game.
Quandre Diggs was sick to his stomach. 3 pic.twitter.com/Z41ma8rF7M
– Ari Meyrov (@MySportsUpdate) May 13, 2022
Pro Football Focus writer Ari Meyrov tweeted:Bright: The ESeahawks Fooled their players, created a fake schedule with all possible bad situations – including multiple road holiday games, four straight road games and bye bye after their Germany game. Quandre Diggs had a stomach ache. “
Diggs’s reaction after seeing the fake schedule was ridiculous because he couldn’t believe they would play in Thanksgiving.
Towards the end of the video, head coach Pete Carroll said, “I’m a little worried about you right now.”
Another player responded, “They hurt us. I think we got the short end of the stick. “
But when it was revealed to be fake, the players were relieved to know they were not playing a ruthless schedule.
A tough section for seahawks
Although their schedule is not as brutal as the forgery, they still have to go through the Gauntlet of NFC West.
From the division they were the only team that could not make the playoffs and their enemies were strong.
Los Angeles added Ramos Wagner and Allen Robinson II while the San Francisco 49ers could hold Dibo Samuel.
The Arizona Cardinals have traded with Marquis Brown to load their receiving corps, which already includes AJ Green, Randall Moore and Dandre Hopkins.
Seattle’s schedule may not be tough, but their opponents.