The Seattle Seahawks play the New York football Giants on Monday Night Football in Week 4 of the 2023 season. But what happens if you can't watch the game? Let's say you have a real job or something. But maybe your overlords will let you listen to the game.
At least Seattle has one of the best play-by-play people in the broadcasting business. Steve Raible has been with the organization since the beginning. Raible was drafted in the second round by Seattle in the 1976 NFL draft. He played receiver for Seattle from 1976 through 1981 and caught a total of 3 touchdown passes.
But before his seventh NFL season, he was offered a job to be an analyst on Seattle Seahawks radio broadcasts in 1982. Raible became the play-by-play announcer in 2004 and such began the excellent phrases, "Holy catfish!" and "Touchdown, Seahawks!" 12s are lucky to have Raible.
How can you listen to the Seattle Seahawks versus New York Giants in Week 4?
Raible is joined in the booth by Dave Wyman. Wyman also played NFL football and did so from 1987 through 1995. The first six seasons were spent with the Seahawks. Three times in his career Wyman eclipsed 103 tackles or more. Wyman has been Raible's full-time partner since the final four games of 2017. Dave Wyman also co-hosts a Monday through Friday radio show on Seattle Sports 710 AM.
Jen Mueller is the sidelines report for broadcasts. She has been with Seattle since 2009. Mueller also works on Seattle Mariners broadcasts too and is excellent at what she does.
So assuming you cannot watch the game on Monday, you can listen on Seattle Sports 710 AM and KIRO Newsradio 97.3. If you subscribe to NFL+, you can also listen to the game on their app and the app allows you to choose the home or away feed.