Seahawks vs Jaguars Live Stream: How to Watch Without Cable

Jaguars vs Seahawks Live Stream, Free, Fox, How to Watch Online, Without Cable

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In a matchup between two likely playoff teams, the Jacksonville Jaguars and Seattle Seahawks meet in an important Week 14 NFL matchup on Sunday.

Kickoff is scheduled for 4:25 p.m. ET and will be broadcast in select markets on FOX. When looking for a live stream, the first thing you want to do is to find out if the game is in your market or not, which you can do by checking a coverage map here.

If the game is in your market, you can watch on your computer or on another streaming device by signing up for one of the following cable-free, live-TV streaming services. They cost a monthly fee but all come with a free trial, so you can watch today’s game at no cost:

FuboTV: Fox (live in 70-plus markets) is included in the “Fubo Premier” channel package, which is $19.99 per month for the first two months and $39.99 per month after that. It comes with a free 7-day trial, and you can watch on your computer via your browser, or on your tablet or streaming device via the FuboTV app

DirecTV Now: Fox (live in 39 markets) is included in all four channel packages, ranging from $35 to $70 per month. It comes with a free 7-day trial no matter what package you choose, plus you can get $25 off your first month if you enter promo code “BDAY2017”. You can watch on your computer via your browser, or on your tablet or streaming device via the DirecTV Now app

Sling TV: Fox (live in 17 markets) is included in the “Sling Blue” channel package for $25 per month. It comes with a free 7-day trial, and you can watch on your computer via your browser, or on your tablet or streaming device via the Sling TV app

If the game isn’t in your market, you may be able to watch via NFL Sunday Ticket.


Preview

Though they’ve battled injuries to important defensive players such as Richard Sherman, Cliff Avril and Kam Chancellor, and though they’ve had very little running game and a turnstile offensive line for much of the year, the Seahawks continue to chug along as one of the league’s best teams. They’re 8-4, but consider their losses: Eight points at Green Bay in Week 1, six points at Tennessee in Week 3, three points against the Redskins, and three points against the Falcons. A couple of Blair Walsh field goals or different bounces, and they could easily be standing at 10-2 to go along with last week’s massive win over the 10-2 Philadelphia Eagles.

On the other side of the ball, the Jags have quietly won five of their last six, with the only loss coming by three points at Arizona. Their continue to be question marks about the offense, but with a defense that ranks first in the NFL in adjusted sack rate and second in Football Outsiders’ defensive efficiency ratings, they can play with anyone.

“They are the best in the NFL by a pretty good margin here in scoring and all that,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. “It starts up front for them. They have a big rotation of guys, a big variety of guys that they can throw at you. Their linebackers can fly and the secondary are a bunch of ball hawks back there. They cause you all kinds of problems. Forty-five sacks tells you the story and all the turnovers.”

Both of these teams regularly get left out of the Super Bowl contenders conversation due to a variety of issues, but this is still undoubtedly a matchup between two elite teams.

In what should be a close games, the difference often comes down to quarterback. Russell Wilson, who is having an MVP caliber season and has the magical escapability to help limit to Jacksonville’s rush, gives Seattle the significant advantage in that department, but it’s still easy to see this one going either way. No matter what happens, though, it sets up as one of the premier matchups of the week.

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