Seattle Seahawks vs Vikings: Preview, TV coverage and stream

SEATTLE, WA - AUGUST 18: Quarterback Trevone Boykin (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
SEATTLE, WA - AUGUST 18: Quarterback Trevone Boykin (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images) /

 After destroying some team not worth mentioning here this past Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks take on the Minnesota Vikings on Friday in preseason game two!

The great thing about Friday’s game is it happens at CenturyLink. Friday’s game will be the first chance for 12s to see the Seahawks tackle someone other than other Seahawks live in the Seattle area in the 2017 season. Most of who Seattle plays in this game may look a lot like game one of the preseason. Which means, the starters will not play much. And why should they?

Seattle fans will get a chance to see some position battles, though. Can quarterback Trevone Boykin replicate his performance of week one against a better secondary? Will Chris Carson get more snaps at running back? How much will newly signed Tramaine Brock play?

The one thing that is clear is 12s will have an even better idea of who makes the 53-man Seahawks roster by the time the game is over. To the starters I would quote Jerry Seinfeld,

“Take it easy, take it easy.”
“You win, I’ll place… whatever.”
“The important thing is your health.”

Don’t get hurt.

Where, when and how to watch the Seahawks and Chargers

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When: Friday, August 18 at 7 pm PT

Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington

Related Story: One Seahawks starter is a very happy man today!

How to Watch:

TV: Fox 12 (KPTV) (in the Seattle area) and the NFL Network

OnlineNFL Game Pass (like fuboTV, this also offers a 7-day trial period)

Listen710 ESPN Seattle

What to drink: Belltown Watermain Amber and/or a lot of water. Lots and lots of water.