The Baltimore Ravens (6-2) will host the Seattle Seahawks (5-2) on Sunday, Nov. 5 on the first game of a three-match homestand kicking off this weekend at M&T Bank Stadium.
Both franchises are currently leading their respective divisions, although the Seahawks are doing so having played one fewer game to date as they have already gone on a bye earlier this year.
This matchup marks the first meeting between the teams since 2019 as they face each other on a four-year basis, and the last time they went against each other the Ravens earned a 30-16 victory on the road at Lumen Field.
The Seahawks struggled against Lamar Jackson, who showcased his MVP prowess by rushing for 116 yards and a touchdown. No need to mention Lamar is playing to those levels--if not better--this season, so Seattle be warned!
Ravens vs. Seahawks Week 9: All you need to know
When and where
The Ravens are kicking off a three-game homestand this weekend by hosting the Seattle Seahawks before welcoming AFC North foes from Cleveland and Cincinnati in Week 10 and Week 11. So far, Baltimore is 2-1 when they play at M&T Bank Stadium, as will be the case on Sunday.
The Ravens and their guests will be taking the field of The Bank early, at 1:00 p.m. ET, in contrast with their late kick-off from Week 8 when they faced and defeated the Cardinals in Arizona.
No more AM games with the London matchup already in the rearview mirror, but stay alert because the Ravens will be playing a Thursday Night Football matchup against the Bengals in mid-November that you surely don't want to miss and that will kick off on Thursday's evening at 8:15 p.m. ET.
For now, however, let's just focus on this Sunday and the kick-off for the Week 9 matchup against Seattle, scheduled to take place at 1:00 p.m. ET (10:00 a.m. PT for those on the West Coast; 7:00 p.m. CET for those in Europe).
The forecast for Sunday at kick-off time in Baltimore, according to AccuWeather, predicts 69 degrees with partial sunshine and "a nice end to the weekend!" There is virtually zero chance of rain (6%), with a non-factor chance of thunderstorms and a NW 7 mph wind with gusts at 16 mph.
The Ravens, somehow, some way, didn't rule out even one single player for Sunday's matchup against the Seahawks after a week full of practicing and by the time they released their final injury report on Friday.
Baltimore is expecting to have Marcus Williams back although with an abundance of bodies suddenly available in the secondary and performing to great levels of play, it could make sense for the Ravens to ease Williams in a bit instead of rushing his return and risking a setback.
The Seahawks had some concerns to start the week but ultimately didn't rule anyone out, same as Baltimore. Seattle listed four players as questionable on Friday, but none of their key playmakers (Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf, Bobby Wagner, and Jamal Adams) carry a designation for Sunday.
TV, radio, and streaming
For those watching on TV: WJZ Channel 13 (Baltimore), WUSA Channel 9 (Washington), and more. CBS crew Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (analyst), Tracy Wolfson (sideline).
For those listening on the radio: WBAL 1090 AM & 98 Rock 97.9 FM, Sirius FM Chs. 82 or 229. Ravens crew Gerry Sandusky (play-by-play), Rod Woodson (analyst). Compass Media Networks, Chris Carrino (play-by-play), Brian Baldinger (analyst).
You can stream the game if you have a subscription to YouTube TV's Sunday Ticket, and also locally at BatlimoreRavens.com and Ravens Mobile App. If you subscribe to NFL+, you can watch the game on replay.
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