[WATCH/STREAMS!] Commanders vs Seahawks Live Free Online Broadcast 12 November 2023
Washington Commanders vs Seattle Seahawks free live stream (11/12): How to watch online, TV, time. Today, the Seattle Seahawks host the Washington Commanders at Lumen Field for one the most anticipated games in Week 10 of the 2023 NFL season.
The Washington Commanders face the Seattle Seahawks today in Week 10. Here's how to watch the game live.
These NFC foes had very different outcomes against AFC teams last weekend. The Commanders are coming off a 20-17 win against the New England Patriots. Washington is now third place in the NFC East behind Dallas and Philadelphia. Meanwhile, Seattle is looking to rebound from a blowout loss to the Ravens in Baltimore. The Seahawks are tied for the lead in the West after the San Francisco 49ers have lost three in a row.
A win for either team today could prove crucial in tie breaking scenarios in the season's impending Wild Card race. Here is everything to know about how to watch the Washington Commanders vs. Seattle Seahawks game live.
Here’s what you need to know:
What: NFL, Week 10
Who: Washington Commanders vs. Seattle Seahawks
When: Sunday, Nov. 12, 2023
Where: Lumen Field
Time: 4:25 p.m.
There have only been a few instances in Pete Carroll’s long tenure that he has seen the Seattle Seahawks humbled by a true thumping from their opponents.
Last week was one of them. And considering what’s on the horizon, Carroll can’t allow that 34-point loss to linger for his team.
Seattle begins a two-week stretch of what looks like must-win games on Sunday when it hosts the Washington Commanders. Seattle’s 37-3 loss last Sunday at Baltimore showed the gap that remains between the Seahawks and the elite teams in the league. It was the second-worst loss of Carroll’s time in Seattle.
But while there are plenty of deficiencies that were on full display last week, the Seahawks (5-3) are still tied for the NFC West lead. That makes Sunday’s game against Washington and next week at the Rams so important for Seattle because of a four-game stretch that follows: two games against San Francisco, a trip to Dallas and a visit from Philadelphia.
Despite seeming to pivot on what this season could be after trading two of their best defensive linemen, the Commanders responded by winning last week at New England. The Commanders have won two of their last three road games and Carroll was quick to point out how tough Washington played Philadelphia in a pair of one-score losses.
Since Rivera took over control of football operations for Washington, the team is 9-3 in November. While that could portend some success, he said the focus this season with new owners in charge is on developing Howell, a refrain he has repeated for several weeks.
Seattle would like to see a cleaner performance from quarterback Geno Smith than it has received in the past few games.
Not all of it is Smith’s fault as injuries on the offensive line have eroded continuity and led to pressure issues. But Smith needs to be more careful with the ball after throwing six interceptions in the past four games. He had just 11 interceptions in 17 games last season.
Someone who knows the Commanders well is new Seattle defensive lineman Leonard Williams, who’ll make his home debut Sunday. Williams played 41 snaps in his first game with Seattle last week following his trade from the New York Giants.
It was a whirlwind week for Williams and a far more difficult transition than the last time he was involved in a midseason trade when he stayed in the same city after being dealt from the Jets to the Giants.
Washington’s defense looks much different since trading pass rushers Chase Young and Montez Sweat. Because rookie K.J. Henry’s sack was negated by a questionable roughing the passer penalty last week, the Commanders had zero against Mac Jones, but still held the Patriots to 17 points.
One of the keys has been improved secondary play from rookies Emmanuel Forbes and Quan Martin and consistency from safety Kam Curl, who has been on the field for 350 coverage snaps without allowing a touchdown.