How and where to watch the Seahawks vs Saints | NFL Week 7

Week 7 of the 2021 NFL season wraps up on Monday night when the Seattle Seahawks host the New Orleans Saints. FInd out How and Where to Watch the game.

How and where to watch the Seahawks vs Saints. NFL | Week 7
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The New Orleans Saints and the Seattle Seahawks face off at Lumen Field at 8:15 p.m. ET on Monday. The Saints are coming off their Bye week and are ready to get back on the field. The Saints grinded out a win over the Washington Football Team two weeks ago, relying on quarterback Jameis Winston, and running back Alvin Kamara, 33-22; Kamara went for one rushing touchdown while Winston passed for four touchdowns and 279 yards.

The Saints (3-2) will hit the road for the second straight week and will be looking for their third straight win of the season.

The Seahawks are the least favorites in this matchup. Coming off an overtime loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers this past Sunday, they are now 2-4. They fell 23-20 to the Steelers and despite the weak defense they showcased, they enjoyed a solid performance from Alex Collins. The running back rushed for one touchdown and 101 yards, which was his first 100 this season.

Unfortunately for the Seahawks, Collins suffered a hip injury at the game that had him listed as questionable for tonight’s game, along with a few other players. Two days ago, the latest update came through that Collins is “ready to go” and will be part of the rotation.

We are not forgetting that Seattle’s main quarterback Russell Wilson is still out of the game because of his finger injury that required surgery. So we’ll be seeing Geno Smith fight the good fight tonight against Kamara and the Saints.

What time is the Saints-Seahawks game?

Date: Monday, Oct.25

Time: 8:15 p.m. ET

Seattle vs Seahawks: How to watch in the US

CBS will be broadcasting the Seattle vs Seahawks match-up live from Lumen Field, as well as ESPN. 

Online Streaming: fuboTV (Try for Free)

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