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How to watch Vikings-Seahawks on Sunday Night Football via live online stream

We go over how to watch Sunday’s late night Week 5 matchup between the Vikings and Seahawks.

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Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks warms up prior to the game against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium on October 04, 2020 in Miami Gardens, Florida. Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images

The Minnesota Vikings will travel to CenturyLink Field for Week 5 to take on the Seattle Seahawks in a Sunday Night Football matchup. The game is set to kick off at 8:20 p.m. and will be aired on NBC.

The undefeated Seahawks (4-0) are looking to come on strong after edging out the Miami Dolphins by eight points in Week 4. The Vikings snapped a two-game losing streak by beating the Houston Texans on Sunday, but will need another win to stay afloat in the NFC North.

Russell Wilson has established himself as an MVP frontrunner and leads the NFL with 16 passing touchdowns. He’ll face a bottom five pass defense, so there’s a good chance he’ll get hot. Minnesota’s Dalvin Cook has been electric and is coming off back-to-back 100-yard games, but Seattle’s run defense has been surprisingly good. This could be a game where Kirk Cousins hits his ceiling, as the Seahawks have given up more passing yards than any team in the NFL.

If you can’t watch this game on TV, you have the option to stream the matchup on NBC Sports Live. If you don’t have cable, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream Sunday Night Football this week.

The game is often a little bit delayed on live streams, but usually it’s only between 30 and 60 seconds behind the TV broadcast. That can impact you if you’re on Twitter during the game, but otherwise it’s an easy option.

The Seahawks (-335) are 7-point favorites on DraftKings Sportsbook, and they should win and cover the spread. They rank second in points per game (35.5) and the Vikings give up 32.1 points per game on average. Seattle isn’t an easy place to beat at home, even without fans.