After a disappointing start, the San Francisco 49ers are on full blast. They have won three straight games to go up to 6-5 on the season, including a crucial victory over playoff contender Minnesota last week. The 49ers have made this change by fully committing to being a field-based offense, and it has paid dividends. They have over 150 yards rushing during every game on this winning streak, including a 208-yard performance against the Vikings last week.

The Seattle Seahawks, meanwhile, are just trying to find their footing again. They lost to the Washington Football Team on “Monday Night Football,” which included a streak of five straight triples and outs at one point. The offense has been completely lost even with Russell Wilson returning from injury, and at 3-8 it’s hard to imagine the Seahawks returning to anything close to containment at this point in the season. However, if they are to advance, now is the time for a divisional showdown.

For the 49ers, Deebo Samuel will miss the game with a groin injury. Samuel said he hopes to return against the Bengals next week, but his injury has repercussions. Pre-pitch movement has become a staple of the 49ers offense, and the threat of Samuel in jet movement is often something teams need to be aware of. It will be interesting to see how Kyle Shanahan explains for missing his best offensive threat.

The Seahawks, meanwhile, signed Adrian Peterson this week in an attempt to at least make some progress this season. They don’t have a first-round pick, who traded the Jets for Jamal Adams last year, so you can inform their “never say die” attitude. While it’s a long shot, there’s always hope the NFC will continue to cannibalize itself for the seventh seed in the NFC. Meanwhile, if Washington’s loss was the death of the Seahawks’ season, a loss to the 49ers would be the final nail in their coffin. There’s always pride on the line in this game, so Pete Carroll and the 12th man could be X-factors for Seattle.

Here’s what you need to know to watch the 49ers vs. the Seahawks this Sunday, including start time, TV channels, and the full NFL Week 13 schedule.

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What channel are 49ers vs. Seahawks today?

  • TV channel (national): CBS
  • Television channel (San Francisco): KPIX
  • Television channel (Seattle): KIRO
  • Live broadcast: Paramount +, fuboTV

49ers vs. Seahawks will air regionally on local CBS affiliate channels on Week 13. Kevin Harlan and Trent Green will be at the CBS booth, and Melanie Collins is giving updates on the sidelines. Gene Steratore will be watching this game alongside Ravens vs. Steelers, the latest CBS showdown.

You can find the 49ers remote broadcast on SiriusXM channel 383, while the Seahawks home broadcast airs on channel 230.

In Canada, viewers can watch 49ers vs. Seahawks on DAZN, which includes all NFL games as part of a 30-day free trial.

49ers vs Seahawks start time

  • Date: Sunday December 5
  • Kick off: 4:25 pm ET, 1:25 pm PT

49ers vs. Seahawks is scheduled to begin at 4:25 pm ET (1:25 pm PT) on Sunday. The West Coast will be the only region to host this game, while the rest of the country will have Ravens vs. Steelers.

Schedule 49ers 2021

Week Date Adversary Start time TV
13 December 5th in Seahawks 4:25 pm ET CBS
14 December 12th in Bengals 1 p. M. ET CBS
fifteen Decembre 19th against hawks 4:05 pm ET CBS
sixteen December 23th into titans 8:20 pm ET NFL Network
17 January 2 against Texans 4:05 pm ET CBS
18 January 9th in Rams 4:25 pm ET Fox

2021 Seahawks Schedule

Week Date Adversary Start time TV
13 December 5th against 49ers 4:25 pm ET CBS
14 December 12th Texans 1 p. M. ET Fox
fifteen Decembre 19th in Rams 4:25 pm ET Fox
sixteen December 26 against bears 4:05 pm ET Fox
17 January 2 against lions 4:25 pm ET Fox
18 January 9th in the cardinals 4:25 pm ET Fox