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Seattle Seahawks at Miami Dolphins: How to Watch, Listen and Live Stream on October 4

Time, TV, radio, live stream, and everything else you need to know to follow the Week 4 matchup at Hard Rock Stadium.

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The Seattle Seahawks (3-0) play the Miami Dolphins (1-2) at Hard Rock Stadium for Week 4 of the 2020 season on Sunday, October 4 at 10:00 a.m. PT. Here's how you can watch, listen to, and follow the action as it unfolds.

T.V.: Q13 FOX

FOX (channel 13 in Seattle) will feature Dick Stockton (play-by-play), Brady Quinn (color analyst), and Sara Walsh (sideline reporter).

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.

Catch Seahawks In 60, a director's cut edition of the Seahawks-Cowboys matchup on Q13 FOX on Tuesday, October 6 at 11 p.m., and again on JOEtv on Wednesday, October 7 at 6 p.m.

Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle, KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

Steve Raible and Dave Wyman will call the action for the Seahawks flagship station, with Jen Mueller and John Clayton 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.

For fans in the Seattle market, the radio call of the game can also be heard in the Seahawks mobile app and online at Seahawks.com.

Seahawks Game Day begins with the Seahawks Pregame Show at 7 a.m. PT on 97.3 KIRO/710 ESPN Seattle and at 11 a.m. on the Seahawks Radio Network throughout the Northwest.

Online

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.

Fast Facts

A handful of facts to impress your friends when discussing the game from a safe, preferably virtual distance.

  1. Since 2012, including playoffs, Seattle is 58-0 when leading by four or more points at halftime.
  2. With a win on Sunday, the Seahawks would move to 4-0 for the second time in franchise history (2013).
  3. Russell Wilson's 14 passing touchdowns are the most in NFL history through the first three games of the season. He also became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw 4+ touchdowns in each of his first three games. Russell needs three touchdowns in Week 4 to make more NFL history with 17 passing touchdowns in the first four weeks of the season.
  4. Tyler Lockett needs 55 yards to pass John L. Williams for seventh-place on Seattle's all-time receiving yards list with 4,152.
  5. DK Metcalf needs one touchdown on Sunday to tie the franchise mark with a score in five consecutive games (Doug Baldwin in 2015, Joey Galloway in 1998 and Steve Largent in 1984).
  6. Head-to-Head - All-Time: The Seahawks are 4-8 all-time vs. the Dolphins in regular season games, and 1-2 in the postseason
  7. Head-to-Head - At Miami: 1-6 all-time, 1-4 at Hard Rock Stadium
  8. Most Recent: September 11, 2016 - The Seahawks beat the Dolphins 12-10 on Week 1 of the 2016 season. Russell Wilson found Doug Baldwin in the end zone with 31 seconds left to play to give the Seahawks a come-from-behind win in the season opener.

The Seattle Seahawks have faced the Miami Dolphins 15 times dating back to 1977, going 4-8 in the regular season and 1-2 in the postseason. They'll look to add another win this Sunday, October 4 at 10 a.m. PT at Hard Rock Stadium.

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