The Seattle Seahawks will host the Los Angeles Rams in the Wild Card Round of the 2020 NFL Playoffs. Kickoff is at 1:40 p.m. PT on Saturday, January 9.
The Seahawks finished the 2020 regular season with a 12-4 record, securing their first NFC West title since 2016 and the No. 3 seed in the NFC. This will be the Seahawks' ninth postseason appearance in 11 seasons under head coach Pete Carroll.
The Rams went 10-6 during the regular season, finishing second in the NFC West and as the No. 6 seed in the NFC. Los Angeles missed the playoffs in 2019, one season after a deep playoff run which ended with a loss to the Patriots in Super Bowl LIII.
Here's how you can watch, listen to, and follow the action as it unfolds.
FOX (channel 13 in Seattle) will feature Joe Buck calling play-by-play with Troy Aikman providing color commentary and Erin Andrews reporting from the sidelines.
Seahawks Game Day (Post Game Show) on Q13 FOX - Aaron Levine and Dave Wyman will be joined by Seahawks players and hear from Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson on the club's official post game show.
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle, KIRO Radio 97.3 FM & Westwood One
Steve Raible and Dave Wyman will call the action for the Seahawks flagship station, with John Clayton and Jessamyn McIntyre reporting from the "sidelines," as the crew will need to maintain social distancing. A complete list of Seahawks Radio Network affiliates can be found right here.
The game will be broadcasted nationally on Westwood One, with Ryan Radtke calling the play-by-play and former Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren providing color analysis.
Online / Streaming
For fans in the local market, the game will be available to watch on mobile devices via the Seahawks mobile app and Seahawks.com, as well as the NFL app and Yahoo! Sports (mobile browser or app) regardless of mobile provider.*
Seahawks.com, the Seahawks mobile app, and Seahawks social media channels will provide game coverage throughout the day. Follow the Seahawks on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for live gameday updates, videos and behind-the-scenes photos.
*Geographic and device restrictions apply. Local & primetime games only. Please check your local TV listings to confirm availability. iOS mobile web and app users should "Allow Location Access" (Settings > Privacy > Location Services > Safari). Data charges may apply.
NFL Game Pass
If you miss the game live or just want to watch it again, NFL Game Pass is currently offering a free seven-day trial. With NFL Game Pass you can replay every game of the NFL season with full broadcast replays, condensed games, or review the all-22 coaches film. Access is available across all devices.
A handful of facts to impress your friends when discussing the game from a safe, preferably virtual distance.
- The Seahawks scored a franchise-record 459 points this season.
- Russell Wilson broke his own club records in a season for most touchdowns (40), completions (384) and completion percentage (68.82%).
- DK Metcalf set a club record for receiving yards in a single season with 1,303.
- Tyler Lockett broke the franchise record for receptions in a season, finishing with 100. He also had his second-straight 1,000-yard season, becoming the sixth player in club history to do so.
- Jamal Adams set an NFL record for most sacks by a defensive back in a season with 9.5, and became the first defensive back to lead his team in sacks since 2011 (NO Roman Harper, 7.5).
- Jason Myers has made 35 field goals in a row, a franchise record.
- Michael Dickson set club records in average (49.6) and net average (44.4).
- Seahawks vs. Rams head-to-head:
- All-Time: 25-20 all time, 0-1 in the postseason
- Most Recent: December 27, 2020 - Just two weeks ago, the Seahawks hosted the Rams at Lumen Field for Week 16 of the season, winning 20-9. Seattle limited Los Angeles to three field goals while distancing themselves with two second-half touchdowns, a 4-yard run by Russell Wilson and a 13-yard touchdown catch by Jacob Hollister.