49ers vs Seahawks: Week 10: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming, depth chart
How To Watch
When: Monday at 8:15 p.m. ET
Where: Levi’s Stadium — Santa Clara, California
49ers vs Seahawks Live
The 8-0 San Francisco 49ers have the Seattle Seahawks coming to down for their second divisional matchup in a row. This will be the most important game of their schedule yet as the Seahawks have been pulling win after win after win out of nowhere and the 49ers are looking to head to 9-0. Things get going this evening on Monday Night Football with the game airing on ESPN. Joe Tessitore will be calling the game with Booger McFarland on color. Lisa Salters will be on the sideline.
The 49ers are riding on their best start since the 1990s. Their 8-0 start guarantees .500 and the best finish of Kyle Shanahan since arriving. Not only are they winning, but they are checking all the boxes a Super Bowl-calibur team checks. Elite defense? Check. Dominant running game? Check. A quarterback that can win everything when none of that is working? Check. The 49ers have proven they can beat a team in so many different ways that they have gone from the laughing stock of the NFC West to a team you don’t want to run into.
Meanwhile the Seahawks have been pulling out win after win after win. This is thanks whole-heartedly to the play of Russell Wilson. Wilson has been making a strong case for MVP in 2019 and we can expect the same thing Monday night. In nine games Wilson has just one (1) interception. He also gets some help with the Seahawks recent acquisition of wide receiver Josh Gordon. The Seahawks have benefitted from playing less-than-stellar defenses, so the 49ers will be offering a pretty good test for them.
That’s because Seattle has dominated the 49ers, winning 10 of the last 11 games played between them, including four of the past five at San Francisco. The Seahawks lead the all-time series 25-16, including 1-0 in the postseason. Seattle has had plenty of success under coach Pete Carroll, going 105-62-1, including 9-6 in the playoffs.
Offensively, running back Chris Carson has been putting up game-changing numbers, carrying 175 times for 764 yards and three touchdowns. He has six runs of 20-plus yards and has rushed for more than 100 yards in four of Seattle’s past six outings. Last week against Tampa Bay, Carson carried the rock 16 times for 105 yards (6.6 average). He’s also rushed for 100-plus yards against the Browns, Rams and Cardinals.
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