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Where To Watch, Listen To & Follow The Seattle Seahawks vs Buffalo Bills

Broadcast information for the Seahawks' Week 9 game against the Buffalo Bills at Seattle's CenturyLink Field.

The Seahawks face the Buffalo Bills on Monday, November 7 with kickoff set for 5:30 p.m. PT at Seattle's CenturyLink Field. Here's a look at where you can watch, listen to, and follow the Week 9 action as it unfolds:


The game will be broadcast on ESPN (check local listings) with Sean McDonough (play-by-play), Jon Gruden (commentary), and Lisa Salters (sidelines) on the call.

Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle, KIRO Radio 97.3 FM, Westwood One

Former Seattle wideout Steve Raible returns for his 35th season in the radio booth and his 13th year as 'Voice of the Seahawks.' He's joined by Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon, who's returning for his 13th season as analyst, and broadcast veteran Jen Mueller, the Seahawks' sideline reporter. Click here for a complete list of Delta Air Lines Radio Network affiliates broadcasting Seahawks games across Washington, Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, and Oregon.

Calling the action on Westwood One will be Kevin Harlan and Kurt Warner, with Scott Kaplan on the sidelines.

Social Media and the Seahawks mobile app will be your gameday source for live stats, written stories, video highlights, photos, and more. And be sure to follow the team on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and 'Seahawks' on Snapchat for exclusive behind-the-scenes content.

Online: NFL Game Pass

If you're able to log in with a valid cable provider, WatchESPN will be streaming the game live online, which you can access through your computer, tablet, or mobile device.

If you miss Sunday's game as it airs live, you can replay it online in its entirety using NFL Game Pass, which is currently offering a free seven-day trial. The service also gives you access to live home and away radio broadcasts throughout the regular season, as well as the ability to replay all 256 regular season NFL games, plus the playoffs and Super Bowl. 

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