49ers vs Seahawks Game: live stream: Time, TV schedule and Preview

Here’s everything you need to know about watching the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks Game online via a live stream free and Time, TV schedule info.

Seahawks Game

Seahawks Game

Through two games, there is a four-way tie atop the NFC West. That tie is guaranteed to be broken this week, when the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks game do battle. These two NFC West rivals are hoping they can pick up a win over the other.

Seahawks Game

For those that want to watch the Seahawks game and 49ers game on Sunday, the game can be seen on TV on FOX. It can also be watched online via a live stream via the NFL Sunday Ticket. The stream requires a DirecTV subscription for users that want to watch the game. Here’s everything you need to know about watching the game, including TV info, live stream info and more. Details for Sunday are below.

Date: Sunday, September 25, 2016
Start Time: 4:05 p.m. ET
Location: Seattle, WA
Venue: CenturyLink Field
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream: NFL Live Stream Free

While the Seahawks’ defense has been great the first two weeks of the season, the offense has been abysmal. They have scored just one touchdown through two games and Russell Wilson doesn’t look like the same quarterback that would make something out of nothing. Improved offensive line play could go a long way at home.

The 49ers lost to the Carolina Panthers on the road, but their offense under Chip Kelly once again showed promise. They’ll be facing a great defense this week and it will be telling about how the rest of their season is going to go.

Rams vs Seahawks Game: live stream, Time, TV schedule info

The Los Angeles Rams were so bad in Week 1, they allowed the San Francisco 49ers to finish atop the league in point differential. That’s an honor that surely will not stick, but it’s still worth pointing out as the Rams enter their second straight NFC West match, and against a much tougher opponent in the Seattle Seahawks Game.

Seahawks Game

Seahawks Game

Sunday’s home opener for the Rams will be a big occasion for a number of reasons. It will be their first regular season game in Los Angeles since the move the back from St. Louis. What will the Rams look like in Los Angeles? Will the crowd at LA Coliseum be a factor — and in the Rams’ favor?

Pete Carroll, who coached in the Coliseum for years while at USC, said he was looking forward to returning to the stadium. Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman even told the LA Times that his head coach “will probably get a louder reception” than the Rams.

But what happens on the field is more important if Jeff Fisher is going to meet the 7-9 record he requires to continue working in the NFL.

The Seahawks game managed to beat the Miami Dolphins and escape an early trap game with a 12-10 win. Offensively, they were far from mistake-free and defensively, they failed to create the needed big plays.

Seattle trailed until Russell Wilson hit Doug Baldwin for a 2-yard touchdown pass in the final minute of the game. That final drive went 75 yards in 14 plays and chewed up 3:37 of clock.

Although Wilson led the team back for the win, his play suffered for the most part after he sprained his ankle in the third quarter. The Marshawn Lynch-less Seahawks asked Wilson to throw the football a total of 43 times, and he completed 27 of them for 258 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He also rushed for 16 yards on four carries.

More concerning than the interception is the fact that the Seahawks let Wilson get sacked three times for a loss of 18 yards. Bolstering the offensive line was a stated goal of the Seahawks this offseason and the jury is still out on whether they have actually done that. On paper, they will face a stiff test in the Rams, who boast one of the more talented defensive lines in the league, led by Aaron Donald.

But that line didn’t do much harm to Blaine Gabbert on Monday, and Donald was ejected late in the game for making contact with an official. Gabbert can move, as evidenced by his 43 rushing yards in Week 1, but he’s nowhere near the elusiveness of Wilson and he doesn’t have the ability to get rid of the ball nearly as well.

Even if Wilson isn’t 100 percent, he’s still a difficult guy to stop, as he proved in the game-winning drive against Miami. So it could be a long day for the Rams’ defense, which let the 49ers score 28 points and looked frustrated and exhausted by the fourth quarter. What they’ll need more than any one thing is simple: Case Keenum to sustain a drive to give them a rest or two.

That might be asking too much, if Week 1 is any indication.

Sunday’s game between the Seahawks game and Rams game will be among the afternoon games, beginning at 4:05 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on FOX, with the team of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman on commentary. Live streams can be found at Sunday Ticket and at Fox Sports GO, though the latter will require credentials from a television or satellite provider.

How to Watch Rams vs Seahawks Game on Sunday
Time: 4:05 p.m. ET

Location: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, Calif.

TV: FOX

Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews

Online Streaming: Sunday Ticket, Fox Sports GO

Dolphins vs. Seahawks Game: live stream, time, TV schedule info

What: Seattle Seahawks vs. Miami Dolphins

When: Sunday, Sept. 11, 1:05 p.m. PT/4:05 p.m. ET

Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA

TV: KOIN-6 (CBS)

Watch online: Seahawks Game Live Stream

Players to watch: Seattle: DB DeShawn Shead (Portland State), TE Brandon Williams (Oregon). Miami – DT Ndamukong Suh (Grant High Generals), LB Kiko Alonso (Oregon), LB Spencer Paysinger (Oregon), QB Matt Moore (Oregon State).

The Seahawks carry Super Bowl hopes into the first regular season game. Quarterback Russell Wilson is expected to continue his hot streak that started during the second half of the 2015 season. The Seahawks hope running backs Christine Michael or Thomas Rawls can adequately replace the retired Marshawn Lynch.

Follow along as we bring you live updates and analysis from the game from kickoff through the final whistle in the comments section below. Have thoughts on how the Seahawks are performing? Don’t hesitate to jump in on the live updates and chat with us as the game rolls along.

The Miami Dolphins have once again switched head coaches, but the story is the same: they’re waiting for Ryan Tannehill to break out and they’re trying to become a more consistent team. Adam Gase, an offensive coach with a talent for developing quarterbacks, was brought in and this truly seems like the sink or swim year for Tannehill.

Gase has been an up-and-coming coach for some time, and he’s likely not on the hot seat if the Dolphins are in hot water this season. All the same, everybody in Miami would be happy if Tannehill, an average to above-average quarterback over the years, blossomed into the franchise player the Dolphins want him to be.

If getting started off on the right foot is the goal (it is), the Dolphins will have their hands full in their season opener against the NFC West’s Seattle Seahawks. On top of that, the game is at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, one of the toughest places in the league to play. The fans are always loud, they always come in numbers and the Seahawks are very good on their home turf.

Not to mention the Seahawks are just, in general, very good.

Players like Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and Bobby Wagner form the core of what makes the Seahawks great, though the offense will be interesting to see without Marshawn Lynch in the backfield. Lynch decided to call it a career after last season and the Seahawks are rolling with Christine Michael and Thomas Rawls, an undrafted free agent a season ago who surprised with his strong play.

Rawls dealt with an ankle injury throughout the preseason, but after he managed 830 yards and four touchdowns on the ground in his 13 games with the Seahawks a season ago, he is primed for a bigger season. He posted a 5.6 yards-per-carry average as a rookie. It was a strong draft class at the position, but it’s still surprising that kind of talent made it all the way through the draft without getting picked.

He’ll face a Miami defensive front with a ton of money invested in it, though most of that goes to Ndamukong Suh, the former Detroit Lions defensive tackle. Suh’s play started out poorly last season and many were questioning Miami’s decision to give him such a massive contract, but he came on strong in the latter half of the season and made the defense better for it.

On the other side, the Dolphins will have Arian Foster starting at running back. Foster had a ton of success with the Houston Texans, but injuries over the past few seasons have limited him. When healthy though, he’s looked like one of the premier backs in the NFL and should give the Dolphins a nice boost as long as he holds up.

The last time he played significantly was in 2014, when he had 1,246 yards on 260 carries, a per-carry average of 4.8 yards. He’ll look to give Tannehill some help as the Dolphins offense tries to establish its identity.

Seattle and Miami will play in the afternoon on Sunday, with kickoff set for a little after 4:05 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on CBS, with Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts on commentary. The only way to live stream the game is via Sunday Ticket.

 

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Raiders vs Seahawks live stream free: Game time, TV schedule and how to watch online

The Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders will close out their preseasons against one another from the Oakland Coliseum on Thursday. The game will get underway at 10 p.m. ET and it is one of the nationally broadcast games on the day, showing on NFL Network.

Raiders vs Seahawks

Seattle is expected to be one of the league’s top teams once again, while the Raiders are still something of a question mark. After being considered one of the worst-run organizations in the league for a very long time, the Raiders have strung together a few consistent offseasons in recent years and have added some real talent.

The Raiders could be a team to watch this year, though Thursday’s game between the two teams likely won’t feature many starters, if any. The third week of the preseason is when teams typically play their starters the longest, and the fourth game is more to allow teams to figure out the final few roster spots before they have to cut down to the 53-man limit.

But there are some significant battles and players worth paying attention to on Thursday.

The biggest is Seattle’s rookie running back, C.J. Prosise. The rookie made his debut after missing the first two preseason games with a hamstring injury, but he saw little playing time in the third game. He will likely play for the majority of Thursday’s game and how he plays will likely determine whether the Seahawks are going to make him a big part of the offense this season.

Seattle wants to have multiple backs in the rotation, and Prosise was looking like he could be the third-down back, but he’ll need to show something against the Raiders on Thursday to get the full confidence of head coach Pete Carroll.

The last time the Raiders hosted the Seahawks in the preseason, rookie quarterback Derek Carr played and threw three touchdowns in the first half. Carr won’t be anywhere near the starting lineup on Thursday, however, and Matt McGloin is expected to make the start for the Silver and Black.

Running backs are also the thing to pay attention to for Oakland. Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington, a pair of rookie running backs, looked great in the team’s third preseason game against the Tennessee Titans. Latavius Murray is the starter, but the Raiders would like to get as much help for Carr as possible, and if one or both of those backs shine again on Thursday, they could be in for a heavy workload this season.

Thursday’s game between the two is set for 10 p.m. ET. It will be broadcast on the NFL Network, with a live stream available via NFL Game Pass.

How to Watch Seahawks vs. Raiders on Thursday

Time: 10 p.m. ET

Location: Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, Calif.

TV: NFL Network

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Seahawks vs. Cowboys: Time, TV channel, how to watch live stream free

Seahawks vs. Cowboys: The 2016 NFL preseason continues on Thursday, Aug. 25, as the Seattle Seahawks host the Dallas Cowboys at the CenturyLink Field.

Seahawks vs. Cowboys

What: Seahawks vs. Cowboys

When: Thursday, Aug. 25, 7 p.m. PT/10 p.m. ET

Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA

TV: KPTV-12 (Fox), NFL Network

Watch online: NFL Stream FREE

Dak Prescott shrugs at the suggestion that the Dallas rookie quarterback’s startling success in two preseason games is a product of what skeptics might call the “vanilla” defenses of the exhibition season.

“That’s on them if they want to throw ‘vanilla’ or whatever they want to throw at me, ‘Rocky Road,’ or whatever you want to say,” the 23-year-old former Mississippi State standout said. “I just go out there and just try to concentrate on our game plan and go put out my best.”

Prescott has a preseason NFL-high 158.3 passer rating with four touchdowns, no interceptions and a pair of rushing TDs, giving the Cowboys plenty to think about for a backup to Tony Romo after incumbent Kellen Moore broke his right ankle early in training camp.

Executive vice president of personnel Stephen Jones said the day after Moore’s injury that the Cowboys wanted a veteran in the room with Romo.

The No. 3 quarterback is second-year player Jameill Showers, who spent most of last season on the practice squad.

Jones stops short of indicating he might have changed his mind. But his dad, owner and general manager Jerry Jones, sounds ready to commit to Prescott.

“You would have to say that the more reps these young guys are getting then the better it is for the team, the better it is for their evaluation or their progression,” Jerry Jones said after Prescott threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more in a 41-14 preseason win over Miami.

“If you weigh all of that, the logic goes toward you’re in better shape today to go with them than you were three weeks ago. And I would say we are.”

Prescott likely gets his best test yet Thursday night at Seattle, where he figures to play most, if not all, of the second half. Romo should get the bulk of the first half in what will be his longest preseason outing.

Live streaming for Cowboys-Seahawks is available via NFL Network Online.

The backup job in Dallas is an important topic because Romo missed 12 games last season with a twice-broken left collarbone. The Cowboys went 1-11 without the 36-year-old during a first-to-worst 4-12 season in the NFC East.

Dallas declined to bring in another veteran to supplant Moore, suggesting he showed enough in two-plus games last season to be a viable backup.

After Moore’s injury, Prescott showed the same qualities the Cowboys say they saw the moment he arrived as a fourth-round pick, the first quarterback drafted by Dallas since 2009.

“Anytime you see a rookie come in and have the production he’s had, it’s surprising I think by any rookie,” Stephen Jones said.

“But in terms of from the day he’s walked in the door, he’s shown a lot of unique intangibles, I think rare intangibles, in terms of his leadership, his people skills, his ability to lead.”

Getting the start in the preseason opener at the Los Angeles Rams — the first game in LA in more than 20 years — Prescott directed scoring drives on three of four possessions to help the Cowboys build a 24-7 lead.

Prescott completed his first eight passes the next weekend against the Dolphins and is 22 of 27 for 338 yards through two games.

“Seeing him in the game is just an extension of what we’ve seen in practice,” linebacker Sean Lee said.

“The more I get to know him, there’s a reason why he’s been so successful in college and why he’s played so well. He’s got that personality where he’s constantly trying to learn.”

In perhaps his biggest achievement so far, Prescott has reporters asking him how he has made it look so easy.

“I don’t think easy’s the right word,” said Prescott, who joined Tim Tebow as the only SEC quarterbacks with at least 70 touchdowns passing and 40 rushing in a career.

“I’ve got great veterans, great coaches, who are putting me in great position to have success. I’m thankful for that. But it’s a lot of hard work that goes into this.”

Prescott talks frequently of his own high expectations, which would seem an automatic rejection of the notion that he’s surprising even himself. But he’s willing to concede ever so slightly.

“You never really think you’ll come in and have a QB rating like this, but you’re going to try your damnedest to do that,” Prescott said. “I’m just going to continue to do that each day at practice and in the games as well.”

This time next month, Prescott could be another Romo injury away from seeing how he handles the real thing.