The Bears vs. Seahawks live stream and TV coverage will be part of the Week 3 schedule’s late games, as two teams are both in search of their first win. It seems pressing for both, although Seattle may be in more trouble if they are unable to capture a victory over an underachieving Chicago team. As last year’s Super Bowl runner-up team, Russell Wilson and crew are in danger of falling to 0-3 which could jeopardize a playoff appearance. The NFL live streaming televised coverage comes via CBS Sports and other sources.
According to an NFL.com report on Sept. 27, running back Marshawn Lynch is expected to play in today’s game for the Seahawks. “Beast Mode” had a calf injury on the injury report earlier this week, but appears to be in good enough shape to play some. Seattle may need him too, as they are still trying for their first win. To start the season, they were upset by the Rams in St. Louis 34-31, and then lost at Green Bay 27-17. However, with home field and what should be an easy opponent, win No. 1 could be well within reach.
For the Bears, their season is already looking on par with how their previous season went. Their first game was a 31-23 loss to Green Bay, followed by another home loss to the Arizona Cardinals 48-23. In the most recent game, Jay Cutler left the game with a hamstring injury which brought backup Jimmie Clausen in as a replacement. He threw 14-of-23 completed passes for 121 yards and an interception. The sixth-year man out of Notre Dame will try his best to lead Chicago to victory No. 1 against Seattle and their “Twelfth Man” at CenturyLink Field.
The Vegas and sportsbook odds makers have this game well in favor of the Seahawks, as they’re currently favorites of 14-1/2 points on the point spread. For moneyline bettors, Chicago is a +1100 underdog, with Seattle a -1400 favorite. Today’s over/under is set at 43-1/2 points for the complete game. Despite their 0-2 record, Seattle is still high up on the future odds list to win the Super Bowl in 2016 with current odds of 10 to 1, trailing only New England and Green Bay.
Sunday’s Bears vs. Seahawks game gets started at 4:25 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised coverage comes in various regions of the U.S. on CBS. For live streaming, some viewers with access to CBS All Access may be able to see the feed in their regions. Subscribers to NFL Game Pass, Verizon NFL Mobile and Sunday Direct Ticket may also have live streaming options. For live audio, Sirius XM subscribers should check out channels 83 and 135 for the home and away coverage, respectively.