The Seattle Seahawks will play in prime-time for the second consecutive week, heading to Foxborough to play the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football. Before the bullets start flying, this game looks far and away the toughest game on the Seahawks’ schedule this season; short week, on the road, against the best team in the entire league.
Sunday’s game will mark Seattle’s second appearance on the Cris and Al show this season, with the first being the strange 6-6 tie in Arizona. We could be seeing a Super Bowl LI preview, and in bizarre fashion, the Seahawks will most likely either win or lose a Sunday Night Football game this time around.
The only other time Tom Brady’s Patriots faced off against Russell Wilson’s Seahawks in the regular season was in Wilson’s rookie year, the infamous ‘U mad bro?’ game. Come Sunday night we can only hope that Brady will indeed be mad once again.
Location: Gillette Stadium Foxborough Massachusetts
Game time: Sunday, November 13th at 5:30 PM PST
Online streaming: NFL Game Pass
Matchup history: The Seahawks trail in the all-time series 8-9, although that includes a 5-4 record in New England.
Last time: Couldn’t tell you. Interception? What? Oh, now I remember! Sidney Rice got on the end of a Russell Wilson sexy deep ball in Wilson’s rookie season to lead Seattle to victory, 24-23.
Odds: The Patriots are 9.5-point favorites.
Announcers: The unmatched Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth
Referee: Gene Steratore
Enemy blog: Pats Pulpit
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