The Seattle Seahawks are in the Bay Area prepared to take on their division rival San Francisco 49ers in a huge NFC West matchup.
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The game, which features two 7-4 teams, could determine which of the two teams has the best shot to keep pace with the 9-2 Arizona Cardinals in the West.
The loser could see their season come to an inevitable end at the hands of their rival.
Seattle has been the better team as of late, winners of three of their last four including a defensive domination of the Cardinals last week.
The 49ers have won three straight but have struggled to win those games.
Seattle hasn’t beat the 49ers in their house since Russell Wilson became the team’s starting quarterback, but there is a lot more on the line tonight.
And, Seattle tends to play better under the lights of primetime television.
Will the Seahawks keep their quest to defend their Super Bowl title alive with a much-needed road win tonight? Or will the 49ers spoil those plans and avenge their loss in last season’s NFC title game?
Here is all the broadcast information so you don’t miss a minute of the action:
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