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Seahawks vs. Packers preseason 2013: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming and more

Seahawks vs. Packers. Rematch.


Planning on watching the Seahawks play the Packers tonight? Here's what you need to know.

Game Time

5:00 p.m. PST, Friday August 23, 2013

Local/National TV

CBS (channel 7 in Seattle)
Ian Eagle (play‐by‐play)
Phil Simms (commentary)

Online Streaming

Live Chat

Field Gulls will have a live open thread going during the game so get online and talk to other fans.


710 AM/ 97.3 FM

From the Gamebook:

Individual Preseason Notes

* WR Jermaine Kearse leads the NFL in non‐kicker scoring with 18 points (2 rec. touchdowns, 1 return)

* RB Christine Michael is fourth in the NFC (10th NFL) with 89 rushing yards

* QB Tarvaris Jackson leads the NFL with a 156.3 passer rating (12 of 16, 221 yards, three touchdowns, 0 interceptions)

* QB Russell Wilson ranks fourth in the NFC (9th NFL) with a 120.1 passer rating (10 of 18, 150 yards, two touchdowns, 0 int

* WR Stephen Williams ranks fifth in the NFC (6th NFL) with 128 receiving yards and sixth in the NFC (7th NFL) in most yards fromscrimmage

* K Steven Hauschka ranks second in the NFC (T5th NFL) with five touchbacks on kickoffs

* P Jon Ryan leads the NFL with a 56.1 punting average

* PR/CB Walter Thurmond ranks third in the NFC (8th NFL) with an 18.0 punt return average

* PR/WR Perez Ashford ranks tied for fifth in the NFC with a 14.5 punt return average

* DE Benson Mayowa ranks fourth in the NFC (T6th NFL) with 2.5 sacks

Team Preseason Notes

*Offense ranks 11th in the NFL (350.0), eighth in rushing (129.0) and ninth in passing (221.0)

* Defense ranks fifth in the NFL (260.5), and seventh against the rush (75.0) and pass (185.5)

* Seattle is 1 of 5 teams that has not turned the ball over this preseason and ranks second in the NFL with a +6 turnover ratio

* Ranks tied for first in the NFL scoring 35.5 points per game

* Offense ranks first in the NFL in yards per play (6.4)

* Defense ranks second in the NFL allowing 10.0 points per game

* Seattle leads the league in points per game differential (51), outscoring opponents 71‐20

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