With the number of NFL games left dwindling, every win counts! The Buffalo Bills look to inch closer to a spot in the playoffs when they face the Seattle Seahawks on Nov. 7. Which team will walk out with a win? Click to watch.
After a break following a strange loss to the New Orleans Saints, the Seattle Seahawks are ready to rebound. Thankfully, they’re hosting the Buffalo Bills at home. The Bills are looking to put an end to their 2-game losing streak and a win at CenturyLink Field will definitely keep their playoff dreams alive. The game is set for 8:30 PM ET so be ready to watch!
Football fans can catch this game via ESPN’s official live stream (after they enter in their cable information, of course.) CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE SEAHAWKS VS. BILLS LIVE STREAM
Seattle is undefeated at home this season, but their sluggish offense doesn’t mean they automatically win this game. Remember, this is the team that was held to 6-6 tie by the Arizona Cardinals? Plus, except for their games against the San Francisco 49ers and New York Jets, the Seahawks have only won by 6 points or fewer, according to NFL.com.
With Russell Wilson, 27, still not his old self, following a knee injury in Week 3, he’s on track to having his worst season in recent memory. He has had four games without a single touchdown (passing OR rushing.) Thankfully, the defense has held and has helped Seattle go 4-2-1. However, with Buffalo’s Lorenzo Alexander and Jerry Hughes tied for most sacks in the NFL by a teammate duo (13) they might be leaving Russell planted into the Seattle turf.
Along with that defense, Buffalo has a decent running game, as their rushing offense is second in the league, according to SB Nation. LeSean “Shady” McCoy, 28, has normally led the charge, but Buffalo’s running back is not feeling 100 following a sore hamstring. In order to compensate, Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor, 27, better prepare to be more like Russell Wilson than the real thing if he wants to see his 4-4 Bills break past the .500 mark.
Though, Buffalo better watch out for Jimmy Graham, 29. Seattle’s tight end is ready to break out and Buffalo can’t seem to cover the TE (just ask Rob Gronkowski, 27, who scored a 109-yard day in Week 8.) If Graham decides that this game is “Jimmy Time,” the Bills might limp back to Buffalo with another loss. Yikes.
Who do you want to win this game, HollywoodLifers?