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NFL tweaks Week 10 schedule, Seahawks-Rams no longer standalone “national” game on CBS

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Los Angeles Rams v Seattle Seahawks Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images

When the NFL schedule came out in April, the Seattle Seahawks’ Week 10 road trip to play the Los Angeles Rams was the sole 1:25 PM PT game on the CBS doubleheader slate. Both CBS and FOX occasionally do this for matchups they consider to be a big deal. Everyone across the country except those living in the San Francisco Bay Area (who would only get Los Angeles Chargers-Oakland Raiders on FOX) would witness these two NFC West rivals go head to head.

Not anymore.

The NFL announced on Wednesday that the Miami Dolphins (4-3) at Green Bay Packers (3-2-1), originally scheduled for the 10 AM window on CBS, has been moved to the 1:25 PM PT slot alongside the Seahawks game. In all likelihood, because it’s Aaron Rodgers, that might be the new featured matchup. Perhaps there’s concern that by the time Week 10 does rollaround, the Seahawks are 3-5 while the Rams are still undefeated.

At the very least, expect many markets that would’ve seen Seahawks at Rams to switch to Dolphins at Packers, so if you don’t live in the Seattle area or the surrounding secondary markets such as Portland or Eastern Washington... I hope you have NFL Sunday Ticket.