Seahawks vs. Cardinals Week 9: Preview, injuries, TV and stream
By Lee Vowell
The Seattle Seahawks lead the NFC West and are 5-3. The Arizona Cardinals are last in the same division at 3-5. But Arizona has gotten their great receiver, DeAndre Hopkins, back in the last two weeks and their offense has been much better.
Over the last three games, Seattle’s defense has been fantastic. But this will be the first week since Week 5 when a team they are facing can throw and run fairly well so Seattle can’t just focus on part of an offense. In other words, this will be the Seahawks biggest challenge in weeks. (Seattle played Arizona in Week6 but the Cardinals did not have Hopkins back yet.)
Seattle will be without edge rusher Darrell Taylor (groin) and receiver Marquise Goodwin (groin) on Sunday, however. Both players have been playing better in the last few weeks. Reciever Penny Hart and safety Joey Blount are listed as questionable.
Arizona will be with starting center Rodney Hudson and backup center Max Garcia. Cornerback Christian Matthew is also out. Questionable are safety Budda Baker, running back James Conner, linebacker Dennis Gardeck, offensive lineman D.J. Humphries and defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter.
Seattle Seahawks vs. Cardinals: Odds, preview and how to watch Week 9
Seahawks vs. Cardinals Odds and Betting Pick for Week 9
Per BetSided, the Cardinals are favored at -1.5 at home. This actually means many oddsmakers think Seattle will win. Home teams usually get 3 points so anything under that almost favors the away team.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
What channel is the Seahawks game on, Week 9 vs. Cardinals?
Seattle’s game will be broadcast on FOX (FOX 13 in Seattle) at 1:05 p.m. PST/4:05 p.m. EST. The TV coverage team for the Seahawks game will be as follows: Play-by-play by Adam Amin and Daryl Johnston as the analyst. The sidelines reporter will be Pam Oliver.
Seahawks on the radio
The greatness of Seattle sports radio, Steve Raible, will be joined as always by analyst Dave Wyman. The sidelines reporter will be Jen Mueller. Listen live in the Seattle area on Seattle Sports 710 AM and KIRO 97.3.
Seahawks vs. Cardinals live stream
Week 9 can be streamed live on the FOX Sports app (locally), Seahawks mobile app and Seahawks.com (all the previous ones are limited by geographic and device restrictions and are local games and primetime games only) and fuboTV. NFL+ (do it now!) will also have the game live locally and you can also watch all the Seahawks games on replay (and it’s fun to rewatch all the victories too!).
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Seahawks’ next game and schedule
Seattle’s next game will be Week 10 versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, November 13th at 6:30 am PT in Munich, Germany at Allianz Arena. Here’s a look at their schedule for the following four weeks:
Week 11: Bye week!
Week 12: At home versus the Las Vegas Raiders on November 27th at 1:05 pm PT
Week 13: At the Los Angeles Rams on December 4th at 1:05 pm PT
Week 14: At home versus the Carolina Panthers on December 11th at 1:25 pm PT