“Thursday Night Football” in Week 10 is a chance for the Seahawks, 5-3 and coming off a frustrating loss at home, to keep pace with the Rams in the NFC West. Even on the road in a division tilt against the Cardinals, Seattle is favored by a touchdown for Thursday night’s game against Arizona.
Thursday night’s Seahawks-Cardinals game, set to kick off at 8:25 p.m. ET and air on NBC and NFL Network, also will be available via live stream through Amazon Prime Video. And while Seattle has its chance to get back on track, Arizona (4-4) has a chance to steal second place in the division and keep their playoff chances alive.
The Seahawks lead the NFC in passing offense (274.8 yards per game) and rank third in the conference in total offense (378.6). Quarterback Russell Wilson leads the NFC with 2,305 passing yards and is the NFL’s top-ranked passer in the fourth quarter with a 132.9 rating. Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton, filling in for the injured Carson Palmer, made his first start of the season last week and threw two touchdown passes against the 49ers. He has now won his past four starts.
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Here is all the info you need to watch Seahawks vs. Cardinals on “Thursday Night Football.”
Seahawks vs. Cardinals: Live stream, TV channel, network
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Kickoff time: 8:25 p.m. ET
TV networks: NBC, NFL Network
Radio: Sirius/XM channel 88 (Westwood One), 83 (Seattle), 81 (Arizona)
Thursday night’s game in Arizona will air nationally on NBC and NFL Network. It’s the first of five consecutive Thursday night games that were scheduled to be televised on NBC throughout the season (not including the NFL season-opener) as part of the NFL’s “Thursday Night Football” expansion package for 2016 and ’17. NBC will also televise the Thanksgiving night game between the Giants and Redskins on Thursday, Nov. 23. CBS carried five Thursday night games earlier this year. In addition to CBS and NBC, NFL Network broadcasts every Thursday night game of the season.
Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth and Heather Cox (field reporter) will call the Seahawks-Cardinals game for NBC on Thursday night in Arizona. At 7:30 p.m. ET on NBC, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video, “Football Night in Arizona” airs from inside University of Phoenix Stadium with host Liam McHugh and analysts Tony Dungy and Rodney Harrison providing the final say leading up to kickoff between the Seahawks and Cardinals.
Because it won an offseason bidding war, Amazon is providing live streaming services for 10 “Thursday Night Football” games in 2017. Seahawks vs. Cardinals is the sixth of such games, which coincide with the CBS and NBC “Thursday Night Football” broadcast schedules. Amazon also provided a live stream for the Week 3 Jaguars-Ravens game in London. Twitter held the rights to live stream “Thursday Night Football” games in 2016.
“Thursday Night Football” is available in Spanish via SAP (Secondary Audio Program) with Roberto Abramowitz calling the action on NFL Network.
Seahawks vs. Cardinals: Picks, predictions, odds, point spread
Per Bovada, the Seahawks opened as 6-point favorites over the Cardinals, and that spread had grown to 6 1/2 as of Thursday morning. The over/under points total was set at 41.
SN’s Vinnie Iyer in his Week 10 NFL picks against the spread picked the Seahawks to beat the Cardinals in convincing fashion, 24-14.
SN’s David Steele in his Week 10 NFL picks straight up also picked the Seahawks to beat the Cardinals, but in a closer game, 20-16.