Seahawks Game Today: Seahawks vs Vikings injury report, schedule, live Stream, TV channel and betting preview for week three
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON - OCTOBER 11: Chris Carson #32 of the Seattle Seahawks is tackled by Ifeadi Odenigbo #95 of the Minnesota Vikings in the second quarter at CenturyLink Field on October 11, 2020 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images)
3 Seahawks that need to be better in week 3 versus Vikings
3 Seahawks that need to be better in week 3 versus Vikings by Lee Vowell
The 1-1 Seahawks play the 0-2 Vikings in week three of the 2021 season. But let the Vikings record fool you. They have a lot of advantages heading into this game. For instance, after two very close losses, Minnesota will play its first home game of the year.
How Seattle responds in this game after losing in week two could be telling. There were a few potential cracks showing in the Seattle foundation this week when Pete Carroll slightly criticized Russell Wilson for not checking down in overtime against the Titans and Wilson said he wasn’t going to change the way he plays. Ick.
The Vikings offense looks a lot like the Titans so Seattle will need to do a few things well to win: Keep Minnesota from eating up the clock on long drives, get an effective run game going with Chris Carson and stop having so many stupid penalties.
Seahawks vs. Vikings: Odds, preview and how to watch
The following Seattle players have been ruled out for today’s game against the Vikings:
And Benson Mayowa is questionable with a neck issue)
Shell is the biggest concern here as when he plays he is pretty good. Jamarco Jones will take his place. Also, defensive tackle Bryan Mone should play and that should be a big help as he missed week two and Derrick Henry ran all over Seattle.
Out for the Vikings are linebacker Anthony Barr (knee), offensive tackle Christian Darrisaw (groin) and cornerback Harrison Hand (hamstring). But the big question is whether running back Dalvin Cook will play. Cook is questionable with an ankle injury.
Seahawks vs Vikings Odds and Betting Pick for week three
WynnBET’s week three NFL odds have Seattle favored by 2 points on the road. The moneyline has Seattle at -130 (if you bet $130 you will win $100) and the Vikings at +110 (if you bet $100 you will win $110).
Make your pick now on WynnBET.
What channel is the Seahawks game on week one vs Vikings?
Seattle’s game today will be broadcast on FOX at 1:25 p.m. PST/4:25 p.m. EST. The play-by-play will be done by Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez is the analyst and Laura Okmin will be the sidelines reporter.
The great Steve Raible will be joined by analyst Dave Wyman and on the sidelines will be John Clayton and Jen Mueller. Listen live on 710 ESPN Seattle and KIRO 97.3.
Today’s Seahawks game can be streamed live regionally on the FOX app and Fubo TV.
Seattle’s next game will be in Week 4 on Sunday, October 3rd at Levi’s Stadium against the San Francisco 49ers at 1:05 pm PT. Here’s a look at their schedule for the next four weeks:
Week 5: Thursday Night Football @ home versus the Rams
Week 6: Sunday Night Football @ Pittsburgh
Week 7: Monday Night Football @ home versus the Saints
Week 8: @ home versus the Jaguars