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The Los Angeles Rams face the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday Night Football in Week 15 at CenturyLink Field. Here’s all the info you need to watch.

Once upon a time in the 2016 NFL season, everyone was worried about the Seattle Seahawks. No, it wasn’t coming into Week 15, but earlier in the season when they were experiencing their typically slow start. However, they clearly rebounded by taking firm control of the NFC West since then. Now, though, they again are worrying people after getting blown out last week. On short rest, they now have to face a Los Angeles Rams team at CenturyLink Field on Thursday Night Football, that’s been a thorn in their side.

The Rams knocked off the Seahawks earlier in the year in Los Angeles in an ugly 9-3 game. Things have changed drastically since then, though. Not only has Russell Wilson gotten healthier, but now Jeff Fisher has also been ousted in LA. Whether the latter has any effect on the putrid Rams offense, Jared Goff or not, remains to be seen.

However, the Seahawks played their first full game without Earl Thomas at safety last week after his season ended due to injury and it wasn’t pretty. Sure, Goff is far from from being Aaron Rodgers (very, very far), but Seattle without Thomas is a much more vulnerable defense. It’ll be interesting to see if, with the change at head coach, the Rams are able to get Goff and Todd Gurley moving in something more than a “middle school offense.”

For Thursday Night Football, there are plenty of options to watch as the game will air on NFL Network and NBC. There are even more options to stream online, though. With a cable or satellite subscription, you can log in online at NBC Sports Live or NFL.com or through the NBC Sports or NFL apps to stream the game. Moreover, the game will also be streaming free on Twitter.

Details for Thursday’s game are below:

Date: Thursday, December 15
Start Time: 8:25 p.m. ET
Location: Seattle, WA
Stadium: CenturyLink Field
TV Info: NFL Network, NBC
Live Stream: TwitterNFL.com, NBC Sports

Clearly the Seahawks should have the advantage here. But with their defense in question, Wilson’s turnovers last week, and the Rams having their number, you never know. We’ll find out on Thursday night if Seattle can ultimately overcome.

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