Here is how you can catch every minute of the game between the Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks along with the announcers, weathers, refs, and more!
The Minnesota Vikings are coming back to action in Week 13 following what was hopefully a recuperative and restful bye week. Sadly, their opponent is a tough one and could be a preview of a future playoff matchup.
Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks are the favorites in what will be a Monday Night Football matchup. This will give Kirk Cousins another opportunity to squash the narrative that he can’t win primetime games on the road against a team with a winning record.
The contest between these two NFC teams will be important in determining seed placement in the playoffs and put Minnesota one step closer to taking over the crown in the NFC North. It is absolutely must-watch television for fans of either team…or football in general.
Here is the information you’ll need to watch the contest along with some other details which may make watching the game more entertaining.
Time, date, and location
- Game: Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks
- Location: CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington
- Date: Monday, Dec. 2, 2019
- Time: 7:15 pm CT
Places to watch the Game LIVE
- Live National broadcast: ESPN
- Live Regional Vikings broadcast: WCCO – CBS
- Regional coverage map: -National broadcast-
- Announcers: Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland with Lisa Salters
- Online: FuboTV, Yahoo! Sports App, Vikings app (iOS), Vikings mobile site (Safari ONLY), Watch ESPN app
- Vikings Radio Network, KFAN-FM 100.3/KTLK-AM 1130
- Sirius: SEA 83 or Streaming 828; MIN 81 or Streaming 819
- XM: SEA 226 or Streaming 828; MIN 225 or Streaming 819, NATIONAL 88
- Tune-In (free trial)
The other details
- Weather via NFLWeather: 43º F Clear with 2m N wind
- Injury report: Not yet available
- Officiating crew according to Football Zebras: Head official Clete Blakeman and crew
- Odds: MIN +3, courtesy of the Action Network
More info from TVA
There are many ways to watch this game on Monday Night Fooball, so there are no excuses for missing a moment of the action. However, I’ll apologize in advance for Clete Blakeman as the head official and Booger on commentary.