Seahawks vs 49ers

Seahawks vs 49ers live: Watch 2018 NFL Week 13 game online originally appeared on


Richard Sherman is all in on his revenge game against the Seahawks. The 49ers cornerback called out Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson, and wide receiver Doug Baldwinwas not happy.

Will Sherman pick off Wilson? On offense, will Matt Breida show off his elite speed? And will Nick Mullens be the 49ers starting quarterback after the game?

There’s plenty to see in this rivalry.

Here’s how to watch Sunday’s 49ers-Seahawks NFL game online.

Start time: Sunday, Dec. 2, at 1:25 p.m. PT
TV channel: FOX
49ers live stream: fuboTV — Get a free trial

The Seattle Seahawks will continue their quest to lock up an NFC Wild Card spot in their late afternoon game against the two-win San Francisco 49ers. If Seattle wins then they’ll extend their winning streak to three games.

You can catch the San Francisco and Seattle football on Fox TV this afternoon starting at 4:25 pm EST / 1:25 pm PST. Watch 49ers vs Seahawks online streaming without cable using one of the following recommendations:

Our first recommended way to watch the Seahawks vs 49ers football game online free without cable by trying out the FuboTV 7-day free trial. Fubo TV includes Fox and many other sports channels, also offers three days of auto recording via its 72-Hour Lookback feature, and 50 hours of Cloud DVR service as an added bonus.

Another way to watch the 49ers vs Seahawks game live stream without cable is with Hulu with Live TV where Fox, Fox Sports 1 and other popular channel feeds are found, with some exceptions depending on exactly where you live. Hulu Live TV also offers cloud DVR recording and a host of other popular channels.

Cable and satellite subscribers can watch the 49ers and Seahawks game live stream at Fox Sports Go by logging in with their provider credentials.

Seattle (6-5) has gotten hot at the right time. Their last two wins against the Panthers and Packers have put them in the drivers seat to secure one of the two NFC Wild Card spots.

With the LA Rams sitting at 10-1, it’s nearly impossible the Seahawks will catch them and win the division. It’s Wild Card or bust in Seattle and Russell Wilson and his teammates thus far have been up for the challenge.

San Francisco (2-9) followed up a close loss to the Giants with an embarrassing loss to the Buccaneers. Nick Mullens, who struggled last week, will again get the start for the 49ers at quarterback.

This game marks the first return of Richard Sherman to Seattle since he left for the 49ers. It’s unclear whether he’ll get a warm reception or showered in boos.

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