The Eagles are still trying for the NFC East crown, but are pretty assured of making the playoffs. Seattle is in a much tougher struggle. So many teams are either 7-6 or 6-7 in the NFC that teams will be climbing over other teams for the rest of the season. Seattle at least has an easier schedule in their final three games than in their current four-game stretch.
But what is there to know about the Week 15 matchup? Here is everything we know so far.
NFC West standings entering Week 15
Well, things surely do not look as good as they did a month ago when Seattle was 6-3. Now Seattle sits in third place in their division with the same record as the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams hold the tie-break, though, since they have beaten the Seahawks twice in 2023.
The San Francisco 49ers have already wrapped up the division at 10-3 and the Arizona Cardinals are going to finish last. The battle for second is important, however, as that team also might end up with a decent chance at the playoffs. Five teams in the NFC are 6-7 and the team that currently holds the final spot in the playoff hunt is the 6-7 Green Bay Packers. If Seattle can somehow win their last four, they will very likely be in the postseason.
1. San Francisco 49ers (10-3)
2. Los Angeles Rams (6-7)
3. Seattle Seahawks (6-7)
4. Arizona Cardinals (3-10)
Seahawks vs. Eagles game time and location, Week 15
Week 15 will take place on December 18 at Lumen Field in Seattle. Kickoff will be 5:15 pm PT local time (8:15 pm ET, of course). For our friends in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, of which there are quite a number of 12s, kickoff is 10:15 pm.
Seahawks vs. Eagles TV channel and radio
Monday Night Football can be caught on ABC (KOMO-TV in Seattle), ESPN (with the ManningCast being held at the same time on ESPN2), and ESPN DEPORTES. The broadcast team consists of Joe Buck doing play-by-play, Troy Aikman adding color commentary with Lisa Salters reporting from the sidelines.
If you want to watch the game with the sound off and instead listen to the Seahawks radio broadcast team, that's not a bad idea. Steve Raible will provide play-by-play with Dave Wyman doing the analysis. Jen Mueller will report from the sideline. The radio broadcast can be found on Seattle Sports 710 AM and KIRO Newsradio at 97.3, both in the Seattle area.
Seahawks vs. Eagles live stream
You can stream the game with the ESPN app nationally. In the Seattle area, you can stream at Seahawks.com and on the Seahawks Mobile App. If you live abroad, you can stream with NFL Game Pass.
Seahawks vs. Eagles: Week 14 betting odds, spread and over/under
The Eagles opened as the favorite for Week 15, but not by as much as some may have thought. As Seattle was a double-digit underdog the last weeks, at least there is some positivity with the odds this week. Still, as most home teams are given three points, oddsmakers still seem to think Philadelphia will win by nearly a touchdown. Philadelphia, according to FanDuel, is currently a favorite at -3.
The Seahawks moneyline is +146 with the Eagles sitting at -174. The over/under for the game is 47.5.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.