The San Francisco 49ers are on the road in Week 15, marking their final road game of the 2014 regular season. They could end up on the road in the playoffs, but that would require they actually do some work on offense, the likes of which we have rarely seen this season. The 49ers face the Seattle Seahawks for the second time this season. A win keeps San Francisco's faint playoff hopes alive, while a loss either mathematically eliminates them, or comes very close to it.
The Week 15 matchup kicks off at 1:25 p.m. PT on FOX, and is the network's national game of the week. It will air in much of the country, except for the northern part of the midwest, where Vikings-Lions will air. The broadcast crew will include Joe Buck and Troy Aikman in the booth, and Erin Andrews on the sideline. You can view additional broadcast info HERE. If you live abroad, you can watch the game on NFL Game Pass.
The 49ers are a ten point underdog, which marks the first time they have been a double digit underdog in the Jim Harbaugh era. If they lose, it will also mark their first three-game losing streak of the Jim Harbaugh era. Given that the era might be coming to an end, that would probably be a fairly fitting punctuation of it. I'd love to see the 49ers spring the huge upset, draft pick implications be damned, but I'm not exactly holding my breath. In my mind, the 49ers will either win this game, or get beaten pretty badly. I don't see much middle ground here.
Game time: 1:25 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Location: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA
Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews
Where to watch the game in the US and around the world: Click here
Radio: KGO 810 AM, The Bone 107.7 FM, 49ers Radio Network - Ted Robinson, Tim Ryan
Odds: 49ers 10-point underdogs
Online streaming: NFL Rewind (not live); Outside US, NFL Game Pass
Out: OT Anthony Davis (concussion), WR Stevie Johnson (knee)
Questionable: CB Tramaine Brock (hamstring), CB Chris Culliver (knee), C Marcus Martin (knee), S Bubba Ventrone (groin)
Probable: OG Mike Iupati (elbow), DT Ray McDonald (finger), DT Justin Smith (back)
Last time they played: 49ers lost, 19-3 (11/27/2014)