Both the Seattle Seahawks and Pittsburgh Steelers are 8-7 and in the hunt for a playoff spot. Seattle has a little easier route to the postseason as they simply have to win their final two games and they clinch a playoff berth. The Steelers, if you care much about them, have a 12 percent chance of making the postseason (according to the New York Times), and can ill-afford a loss to the Seahawks before facing the Baltimore Ravens in Week 18. But how can watch all the scenarios surrounding the Seahawks and Steelers unfold?
I am glad you asked because I happen to have that information. The Seahawks and Steelers Week 17 matchup will be broadcast by FOX (FOX 13 in the Seattle area and FOX 53 for those 12s that live in the Pittsburgh area). In the broadcast booth will be Kenny Albert, charged with doing play-by-play, and Jonathan Vilma. Vilma will supply color commentary. Shannon Spake will get the vital news while working on the sidelines.
(By the way, if that last paragraph seems like it was written by some AI concept, it wasn't. AI would write that last paragraph much better than I could.)
How to watch the Seahawks and Steelers in Week 17
You can stream the game on the FOX Sports app with a cable provider, and if you live in the Seattle area you can stream the game at Seahawks.com and on the Seahawks Mobile App. If you live internationally - and I know there are a lot of 12s that live in Brazil, Canada, and Germany, among other locales - you can stream the game on NFL Game Pass International. Or maybe you could try VPN, though I am not smart enough to know how that works.
If you want to watch the FOX broadcast with the sound turned down, you can listen to the Seahawks radio broadcast at Seattle Sports 710 AM and on KIRO Newsradio 97.3, both only if you live in the Seattle area. If you subscribe to NFL+, though, you can listen to the game live there as well. But don't try that while watching the game because they would be out of sync.
Also, DK Metcalf needs only 2 yards to get to 1,000 for the season. That would be his third 1,000-yard season in his five seasons in the league. Edge rusher Boye Mafe needs just one sack to reach 10. He would be the first Seahawk to get to double-digit sacks since Frank Clark and Jarran Reed both did so in 2018.