The Seattle Seahawks are an American football team headquartered in Seattle, Washington. The Seahawks are a member of the NFC West division of the National Football League (NFL), having joined the league in 2002.
In 1976, the squad became an expansion team in the National Football League. Seattle was a member of the AFC West from 1977 until 2001. They have called Lumen Field in Seattle’s SoDo area home since 2002. Pete Carroll is their head coach at the moment.
The Worst Seattle Seahawks Team in History.
1992 Seattle Seahawks
The 1992 Seattle Seahawks season was indeed the franchise’s 17th in the NFL. The Seahawks’ complete winning percentage (.125) was the lowest in franchise history during head coach Tom Flores’ first of three seasons in Seattle.
In a 16-game season, the Seahawks scored 140 points (8.8 points per game), the lowest total of any team.
“The worst offense in their ranking system’s history,” said Football Outsiders about Seattle’s 1992 offense. Seattle had the fewest passing yards in a season in the 1990s, with only 1,778 yards.
Seattle was so bad that they scored fewer points than punts tried from the first game of the season until their Week 13 overtime triumph against Denver; the team concluded the season with only marginally more points than punts attempted. In only one game, the team scored more than 17 points.