Coming off a dominant home win against division-rival San Francisco, the Seattle Seahawks are riding high heading into Sunday's game against Jacksonville. The Jaguars have been less impressive and are one of the biggest underdogs in NFL history against Seattle.
The Seahawks opened as a 19-1/2-point favorite over the Jaguars. That spread makes the Jaguars the 10th biggest betting underdog in NFL history, according to FOX Sports. That doesn't, however, mean the game is a forgone conclusion. Indianapolis was a 20-1/2-point favorite against New England in 2011, but gave the Patriots all they could handle in a 31-24 loss.
Seattle's offense has been far from perfect this season. The Seahawks struggled to put points on the board in Week 1 against Carolina and led 5-0 at halftime against San Francisco. A couple offensive drives and some defensive turnovers helped the Seahawks pull away late in the game.
Sunday's game will be in a familiar territory for Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley. Bradley spent four seasons as Seattle's defensive coordinator before taking over the Jaguars this season. If Bradley's Jaguars are going to pull the upset, they will likely do it behind Chad Henne who is expected to start at quarterback.
Sunday, Sept. 22, 4:25 p.m. ET
CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Wash.
Seahawks affiliate: CBS 7 KIRO
Jaguars affiliate: CBS 47 WTEV
A DirecTV Sunday Ticket subscription offers the best chance to watch the game online, which means you either need to be out of their market or you had to have purchased the Madden NFL 25 Anniversary Edition from Amazon. If you've got NFL Game Rewind you can catch the game after it airs.
If you're out of the United States, then you can use NFL Game Pass to watch the games.
Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required).
Seattle: ESPN 710 AM
Jacksonville: WOKV 104.5 FM