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, the Seattle Seahawks (4-4) travel to Los Angeles to play their NFC West rivals, the Los Angeles Rams (8-1). Seattle lost to the Rams in Week 5 in a 33-31 thriller, and they’ll be looking to even the score and hand Sean McVay’s team a second straight defeat.This isn’t quite must-win territory for Seattle, but it’s pretty damn close given how daunting this schedule looks. They’re coming into this one banged up on offense and defense, with the statuses of Chris Carson, DJ Fluker, and Bradley McDougald all unknown. Meanwhile, the Rams are pretty much healthy as can be, and they have one of the best offenses in the NFL. It’ll be up to the Seahawks defense to tighten up and try and slow down Jared Goff, Todd Gurley, Cooper Kupp, Brandin Cooks, etc. and then once again exploit that suspectRams defense, which has had serious problems at linebacker and in the secondary, but obviously no issues with Aaron Donald and that defensive line. Russell Wilson will need to bring his A game, along with the rest of an offense that looked weak against the Chargers the previous Sunday.Here are all the details you need on Sunday’s important Week 10 divisional matchup, including broadcast information, live streaming options, radio commentary Mychal Kendricks Jersey
, and more:TV ScheduleDate: Sunday, November 11th, 2018Time: 4:25 PM ET/1:25 PM PT Channel: CBS (check NFL coverage map)Announcers: Jim Nantz and Tony Romo (reporter: Tracy Wolfson)Location: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum | Los Angeles, CaliforniaRadio: 710 ESPN Seattle/97.3 KIRO FM (click here for additional TV and radio affiliates outside of the Seattle area)Radio Announcers: Steve Raible, Dave Wyman (Reporters: Jen Mueller and John Clayton)Online Streaming: NFL Game Pass (Free 7-Day Trial) | Sling TV | PlayStation Vue | CBS All Access |YoutubeTV Current 53-man roster: Click hereOpponent Blog: Turf Show TimesFollow Field Gulls on social media!Twitter - @FieldGullsFacebook
- Field Gulls: For Seattle Seahawks News and AnalysisSeahawks regular season schedule 2018September9/9: L 27-24 at Denver Broncos 9/17: L 24-17 at Chicago Bears 9/23: W 24-13 vs. Dallas Cowboys9/30: W 20-17 at Arizona CardinalsOctober10/7: L 33-31 Los Angeles Rams 10/14: W 27-3 “at” Oakland Raiders in London 10/21: BYE10/28: W 28-14 at Detroit Lions November11/4: L 25-17 vs. Los Angeles Chargers 11/11: at Los Angeles Rams (1:25 PM PT, CBS)11/15 (Thu): vs. Green Bay Packers (5:20 PM PT, FOX/NFL Network)11/25: at Carolina Panthers (10 AM PT, FOX)December12/2: vs. San Francisco 49ers (5:20 PM PT, NBC)12/10 (Mon): vs. Minnesota Vikings (5:15 PM PT, ESPN)12/16: at San Francisco 49ers (1:05 PM PT, FOX)12/23: vs. Kansas City Chiefs (5:20 PM PT, NBC)12/30: vs. Arizona Cardinals (1:25 PM PT, FOX) It’s trade deadline day, but not every NFL transaction on Tuesday will include a player moving between teams.One example of another roster move comes from Seattle. Adam Schefter reports that the Seahawks have released veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall.Marshall signed with the Seahawks in May and made a couple of starts in the early weeks of the season. His playing time has dropped dramatically of late, however. He only played two snaps against the Lions last Sunday as David Moore has joined Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett as the top wideouts in Seattle.Marshall, who turns 35 next year, had 11 catches for 136 yards and a touchdown this season. Marshall’s 2017 season with the Giants was cut short by injury and he played poorly with the Jets in 2016, so it wouldn’t come as a great surprise if those are the last numbers he posts as an NFL player even with Schefter reporting that he’d like to keep playing.