Seattle Seahawks Week 14 Matchup at Baltimore Ravens Moved Out Of Primetime

The NFL announced flexible scheduling changes for Week 14 and the Seahawks matchup with the Ravens has been moved out of primetime.

The NFL has announced flexible scheduling changes for Week 14 and the Seahawks' Dec. 13 road game against the Baltimore Ravens (3-7) has been moved out of primetime.

Instead of kicking off at 5:30 p.m. PT in front of a national television audience on NBC's Sunday Night Football, Seattle and Baltimore will play at 10 a.m. PT on FOX, with the New England Patriots' road game with the Houston Texans taking the Seahawks' and Ravens' place in primetime.

The Seahawks, who beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 39-30 in Week 12, play at the home of the Minnesota Vikings (8-3) in Week 13 before heading to Baltimore. Seattle will then play two games at home against the Cleveland Browns and St. Louis Rams before wrapping up the regular season on the road against the Arizona Cardinals.

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