How to Watch Buccaneers vs. Seahawks, NFL Week 9 Live Stream, Schedule, TV Channel, Start Time

Tampa Bay (2-5) is on the road once again, this time to take on the Seahawks (6-2) in the Pacific Northwest on Sunday. Seattle leads the all-time series 8-5, but the Bucs have won four of the last five, including a 14-5 home win in Tampa Bay back in 2016. This is the final leg of a five-game road trip for the Buccaneers that took them to Los Angeles, New Orleans, London, Nashville, and now Seattle.

Buccaneers vs. Seahawks

When: Sunday, November 3 

Time: 4: 05 p.m. ET


Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

For the third straight week, the Buccaneers came up short in their quest for a win. Tampa Bay fell to 2-5 after a 27-23 loss on the road to the Titans last weekend. Quarterback Jameis Winston turned the ball over four times, but head coach Bruce Arians said after the game it wasn’t all on Winston and that the offense needed to execute the plays better. The quarterback threw for 301 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Mike Evans had another monster game, with the Winston to Evans deep ball connection on full display. Evans reeled in 11 passes for 198 yards and two scores. Running backs Ronald Jones II and Peyton Barber combined for 55 yards and Arians noted that if the Bucs wanted a chance to beat a tough Seattle team, they would have to get the ground game going.

Turnovers were the difference in the game, but credit the defense for keeping them in it. The defensive line benefited from having Jason Pierre-Paul back from a neck injury for the first time this season. It allowed them to create multiple fronts with Vita Vea, Ndamukong Suh, Carl Nassib and Shaq Barrett. Barrett is tied for the league lead with 10 sacks. Tampa Bay’s rush defense is ranked first in the NFL, with opponents averaging 68.6 YPG. Will the secondary be able to stop Russell Wilson and a powerful Seahawks offense?

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Seattle has won four of its last five games, including a 27-20 victory last weekend in Atlanta. Russell Wilson had arguably one of his poorest offensive showings with 182 yards and two touchdowns. Chris Carson had 20 carries for 90 yards and one touchdown. Carson may be one of the most underrated backs in the league with 659 yards, fifth-most in the NFL. Wilson will have to be contained, as he makes some of his best throws when he is improvising. Tyler Lockett is usually on the receiving end of those and has the speed to make Tampa Bay’s secondary pay. Lockett hauled in six balls for 100 yards against the Falcons.

The Seahawks defense stuffed the Falcons running game, allowing them to a mere 69 yards. Atlanta’s passing game, however, had much better success. Matt Schaub, starting in place of the injured Matt Ryan, threw for 460 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Seattle lies 27th in passing yards allowed (273.2 YPG). Bobby Wagner racked up six tackles and one sack. Wagner is third in the NFL with 75 total tackles.

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