Seahawks versus Dolphins: How to watch, stream and listen
By Lee Vowell
Here is how to watch, listen and stream the Seahawks beat the Dolphins in week four.
The Seattle Seahawks are 3-0. But the Miami Dolphins are a robust 1-2. OK. I joke. The Dolphins aren’t very robust. But the Dolphins are coming off a convincing victory in week three over the Jaguars and have had a long lay off. Seattle is an injured group, especially defensively, so Miami should have very real hopes they can beat Seattle.
It will be interesting to see how Seattle approaches this game offensively. Sure, Russell Wilson has been MVP-worthy and the offense has put up lots of points, but should Seattle try to grind out more drives this week and help their defense? Nah. Keep doing what they are doing and let D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett get two touchdowns each.
The NFL is all about win-and-move-on. If Seattle gives up 30 points to the Dolphins in week four, that’s bad. If they win giving up that many points is forgivable.
All you need to know about keeping an eye on Seahawks versus Dolphins week four
Kickoff time: 10 am PT
Injuries: Jamal Adams, Quinton Dunbar and Jordyn Brooks are out for Seattle. Seattle has a banged-up defense
All-time head-to-head: Seahawks trail 4-8 (Seattle is 1-1 against the Dolphins since Russell Wilson became the Seattle quarterback – the first time Wilson faced Miami was in 2012, however, and that was Wilson’s first season and that was when Seattle last lost to the Dolphins)
Location: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
TV channel: FOX (Q13 in Seattle)
Announcers: Dick Stockton (play-by-play), Brady Quinn (analyst) and Sara Walsh (reporter)
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle
Live stream: DirectTV Sunday Ticket (and local market Seahawks.com and Seahawks mobile app) and FuboTV
Odds: Seahawks -6.5 and here is what our staff thinks
Weather updates: At kickoff, Miami will be 87 degrees, humid and overcast