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Eagles vs. Seahawks 2014: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming, channel and more

Learn more about the Eagles-Seahawks match-up that is set to take place Sunday in Philadelphia.

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The NFC East will once again clash with the NFC West on Sunday, as the Philadelphia Eagles (9-3) host the Seattle Seahawks (8-4). Both teams are coming off of big wins against division foes on the road and each sides have had 10 days of rest leading up to this matchup. The Eagles are 1-2 on the season against the NFC West and will look to even the series against a very tough Seattle team. Philadelphia will also be looking to extend their regular season home game win streak to 11.

With Nick Foles still out due to a fractured collarbone, Mark Sanchez will remain at quarterback for the Eagles against the Seahawks. Sanchez is coming off of his best performance as Philadelphia's starter. He now must face the Legion of Boom. The Eagles offense will have an interesting "strength vs. strength" showdown against the Seahawks defense in Week 14.

TV Schedule

Date: Sunday, December 7, 2014
Time: 4:25 ET
Channel: FOX
Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Erin Andrews
Location: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

NFL Network replay: 2:30 PM EST on Monday, December 8

Online Streaming

NFL Game Rewind

NFL Audio Pass

NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA.

Sirius 85 (Internet 823)

Local radio: 94 WIP

Coverage Map

Eagles-Seahawks is red.



Per OddShark, the matchup is a PUSH. Here's our advice.

Seattle Seahawks EVEN

Philadelphia Eagles EVEN

Over/under: 48.5 points

History Lesson

The Eagles and Seahawks have met just 13 times. In those games, the Eagles are 7-6 but are just 2-3 in the last five meetings. Seattle won the last matchup between the two teams in Seattle, 31-14, in 2011. The Eagles haven't defeated the Seahawks in Philadelphia since 1989 and are 0-2 against Seattle at Lincoln Financial Field.

Game Coverage

Bleeding Green Nation's complete coverage of the game can be found here.

5 Questions with Field Gulls | 5 Questions with Bleeding Green Nation

Why the Seahawks will lose | Why the Eagles will lose

More: Seahawks vs Eagles coverage

Opponent's View

Check out Field Gulls for the Seattle perspective on Sunday's game.

NFL Injury Report

Eagles injury report

OUT: QB Nick Foles (collarbone)

QUESTIONABLE: TE Trey Burton (hamstring)

PROBABLE: LB Emmanuel Acho (groin), DE Brandon Bair (elbow), RB Chris Polk (ankle), K Cody Parkey (right groin)

Seahawks injury report

OUT: C Max Unger (knee/ankle)

DOUBTFUL: TE Cooper Helfet (ankle)

QUESTIONABLE: CB Jeremy Lane (glute)

PROBABLE: RB Marshawn Lynch (back), CB Byron Maxwell (shin), DE Michael Bennett (toe)

Fun Facts

  • LeSean McCoy needs just 48 rushing yards to surpass Wilbert Montgomery's franchise record. Montgomery had 6,538 career rushing yards in his career with the Eagles that ended in 1984. McCoy currently has 6,491 career rushing yards.
  • Cody Parkey needs just 22 points to own the NFL record for points by a rookie. He currently ranks fifth all-time in franchise history with 123 points. David Akers owns the top four spots.
  • Seahawks rookie pass rusher Cassius Marsh (currently on injured reserve) is the younger brother of former Eagles cornerback Curtis Marsh.
  • Seahawks offensive tackle Garry Gilliam and defensive tackle Jordan Hill played college ball at nearby Penn State. Defensive back Marcus Burley went to Delaware.
  • Eagles punter Donnie Jones, safety/special teams ace Chris Maragos and offensive lineman Allen Barbre have all played for the Seahawks. Jones started his career in Seattle as a seventh round pick of the Seahawks in 2004 and lasted just one season with the team. Maragos signed with the Seahawks in 2011 and won a Super Bowl with the team last season before leaving for Philadelphia. Barbre (who is currently on injured reserve) initially played for Seattle in 2010 and later from 2011-2013.
  • Both available Eagles quarterbacks, Mark Sanchez and Matt Barkley, were recruited and coached by Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll at USC. Barkley was Sanchez's successor at USC and the pair were Carroll's last two starting quarterbacks for the Trojans. Barkley only played his freshman season under Carroll, before the latter left to coach in the NFL. Eagles practice squad offensive tackle Kevin Graf was also recruited by and played for Carroll.
  • In their only matchup against each other, with both as head coaches in college, Chip Kelly's Oregon Ducks defeated Carroll's USC Trojans, 47-20. It was Carroll's worst loss at USC and at the time, the school's worse loss since 1997.

NFL Picks

NFL Week 14 Writer's Predictions | NFL Picks Against the Spread

NFL Schedule 2014

Eagles 2014 ScheduleSeahawks 2014 Schedule

Former Eagles on the Other Sideline

FB Stanley Havili* (2011 7th round pick, 2011-2012)

CB Marcus Burley*

(*) Offseason/Practice Squad

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