Brady Henderson ESPN
The Seahawks left for Pittsburgh Friday afternoon, which is in keeping with their usual schedule for road travel. They'll fly out the day before games on the West Coast, Phoenix and Denver and two days ahead of time when playing in the Central or Eastern Time zones. Pete Carroll learned that plan from Bill Walsh, whose 49ers faced similarly long road trips when traveling across the country. According to the Seahawks, the'll travel the third-most miles in the NFL this season at 33,216. Ahead of them are the Raiders (40,188) and Rams (36,186).