#deepweb | Seattle Seahawks vs Philadelphia Eagles in NFL Playoffs: NFC Wild Card live score updates, TV channel, how to watch free live stream online

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The Seahawks-Eagles Wild Card playoff is underway from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

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FOURTH QUARTER

Seahawks, leading 17-9, have a third-and-10 from their own 38.

Wilson passes short middle to Moore for 19 yards and a first down at the Eagles’ 43. Wilson scrambles up the middle for 1. Homer runs up the middle for 1. Third-and-8. Wilson is sacked by Graham for 7-yard loss. Fourth down. Seahawks punt.

Eagles start at their own 11.

Sanders runs off right guard for 18. Terrible tackling by the Seahawks. McCown passes short right to Ward for 16. McCown passes short right to Ertz for 12. McCown heating up. Scott runs up the middle for 2. McCown passes short left to Sanders for 7. Third-and-inches. McCown sneaks for the first down at the Seahawks’ 30.

Sanders runs up the middle for no gain. McCown is sacked by Jefferson for 1-yard loss. Third-and-11. PENALTY – False start Eagles (Ertz). Third-and-16. McCown passes short middle to Goedert for 12. Fourth-and-4. Eagles going for it. Huge play with 6:29 remaining. McCown passes short left intended for Sanders. Pass was low and behind Sanders. Would’ve been a tough catch. Seahawks take over on downs.

Seahawks get the ball on their own 24.

Wilson is not ready for snap and the ball hits him in the chest. He recovers the ball. Second-and-12. Wilson passes deep right intended for someone, not sure who. Third-and-12. Wilson passes short left to Hollister for 5. Seahawks punt.

Eagles get the ball back, starting at their own 31 with 4:56 remaining.

McCown passes deep middle intended for Ertz. Second-and-10. McCown passes deep left to Goedert for 17 at the Eagles 48. McCown passes short left intended for Goedert. McCown passes deep left intended for Gibson. PENALTY – DPI Seahawks (Flowers). First-and-10 at the Seahawks 13.

McCown sacked by Green for 4-yard loss. Sanders runs off left guard for 1. Third-and-13. Probably four-down territory for the Eagles. McCown passes short left to Sanders for 6. Fourth-and-7. Eagles definitely going for it. McCown sacked by Reed. Eagles turn it over on downs.

Seahawks get the football on their own 11. They need to do a better job of milking the clock this time compared to their last series.

Homer takes the pitch left for no gain. Lynch runs off left tackle for no gain. Wilson passes deep middle to Metcalf for 36 and a first down at the Seahawks 47 with 1:37 remaining. Seahawks in victory formation.

END OF THE GAME

Tyler Lockett

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THIRD QUARTER

Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has been declared out for remainder of game.

Eagles begin at their own 25.

McCown passes deep middle to Ertz for 32 to the Seahawks’ 43.

Ward runs the jet sweep left for 3. McCown passes deep right intended for Ward. PENALTY – DPI Seahawks (Flowers). First down at the Seahawks 20. Scott runs around left end for 16 for a first-and-goal at the Seahawks’ 5. PENALTY – Delay Eagles. First-and-goal from the 10.

McCown passes short left to Goedert for 2. McCown drops the snap, runs up the middle for 2. Third-and-goal from the Seahawks 6. McCown scrambles left, hit by Wright for a 2-yard loss. Elliott on for a 26-yard field goal attempt. It’s good. Seahawks lead 10-6 with 10:36 remaining.

Seahawks start at their own 19.

Wilson passes short left to Hollister for 9. Wilson passes short right intended for Hollister. Wilson passes short right to Lynch and he runs for 20 and a first down at the Seattle 48. Homer takes the pitch left for a loss of 1. Wilson passes deep middle to Metcalf for the touchdown.

Wilson drops another dime deep ball and a fabulous fingertip catch by Metcalf.

Seahawks take a 17-6 lead with 8:46 remaining.

Eagles start at their own 25.

Sanders runs up the middle for 1. McCown passes short middle to Goedert for 14. Sanders runs off right guard for 3. McCown passes short left to Ward for 14 and a first down at the Seahawks’ 43. PENALTY – False start Eagles (Goedert). First-and-15. McCown scrambles up the middle for . PENALTY – Holding Seahawks (McDougald). First down. Ward tackled by Clowney for a 6-yard loss. Second-and-16. McCown passes short middle to Scott for 21. First-and-10 at the Seahawks 24.

Sanders eludes tackle by Griffin and runs around right end for 5. Sanders runs around left end for 2. Third-and-3. Scott runs around left end, but he’s stopped for 3-yard loss. Elliott on for a 38-yard field goal attempt. It’s good and the Seahawks lead 17-9 with 2:49 remaining.

Seahawks begin at their own 25.

Wilson passes deep right intended for Metcalf. PENALTY – False start Seahawks (Hollister). Second-and-15. Homer runs off right guard for no gain. Third-and-15. Wilson scrambles right for 18 and a first down. Lynch slammed by Cox in the backfield for a 5-yard loss. How do you not block Cox? Wilson runs up the middle for 5. Third-and-10.

END OF THE QUARTER

Jason Myers

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SECOND QUARTER

Eagles have a second-and-8 at their own 38.

McCown scrambles right and is tackled for a 1-yard loss. Third-and-9. McCown passes screen right to Sanders for a loss of 5. Eagles punt.

Seahawks take possession at their own 15.

Wilson passes short right to Metcalf for 8. Wilson passes short middle to Lockett for 13. Lynch runs up the middle for 2. Wilson passes short left to Hollister. PENALTY – OPI Seahawks (Hollister). Second-and-18. Wilson passes deep left intended for Lockett. Lockett caught the football, but was ruled OB. Carroll throws red flag to challenge the ruling of an incomplete pass. Play under review. Ruling reversed, resulting in a 29-yard gain and a first down at the Eagles’ 43.

Wilson passes short middle to Homer. PENALTY – Holding Seahawks (Fluker). First-and-20 from the Seahawks’ 47. Homer runs off left guard for 1. Wilson passes short right to Homer for 5. Third-and-14. PENALTY – Delay Seahawks. Third-and-19. Wilson passes too low intended for Lynch. Seahawks punt.

Eagles get the ball at their own 7.

McCown passes short left to Burnett for 5. Scott runs around right end for 10. McCown passes short middle to Goedert for 5. Eagles going uptempo. Scott runs up the middle for 2. Third-and-3. Sanders runs off left guard for 13 and a first down at the Eagles’ 43. McCown passes short left intended for Ertz. McCown scrambles left for 3. Third-and-7. McCown passes short middle to Goedert for 17 yards and a first down at the Seahawks’ 37.

McCown runs around right end for 11. McCown, under pressure, throws OB short left. Scott runs off left tackle for 1-yard loss. McCown passes short left to Scott for a 1-yard loss. Elliott on for a 46-yard field goal attempt. It’s good and the game is tied 3-3 with 2:53 remaining.

Seahawks have the ball at their own 18.

Wilson passes short left to Metcalf for 4. Homer runs off left guard for 2. Third-and-4. Wilson passes short middle to Metcalf and he runs 26 yards for a first down at the 50. Wilson scrambles up the middle for 7. PENALTY – holding Eagles (LeBlanc). Seahawks at the Eagles 43. Wilson passes deep left intended for Lockett. Wilson passes deep right intended Moore. Third-and-10. Wilson passes short middle to Moore and he runs for 38 yards to the Eagles 5.

Seahawks have a first-and-goal at the Eagles 5. Wilson passes short right intended for Lockett. Second-and-goal. PENALTY – False start (Hollister). Second-and-goal from the 10. Goodness gracious. Wilson passes short right intended for Metcalf. PENALTY – Roughing-the-passer Eagles (Barnett). First-and-goal at the Eagles’ 5.

Lynch runs up the middle and fights his way into the end zone for the touchdown.

Seahawks take a 10-3 lead with 1:06 remaining.

Eagles get the ball at their own 25.

PENALTY – Offside Seahawks (Clowney). Clowney does that at least once a game. First-and-5. McCown passes short middle to Goedert for 6. PENALTY – False start Eagles (Peters). First-and-15. McCown scrambles left and throws football OB with 16 seconds. McCown is sacked by Jefferson for a 5-yard loss.

END OF THE QUARTER

Carson Wentz, Jadeveon Clowney

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FIRST QUARTER

The Eagles win the coin toss and defer.

The Seahawks start at their own 28.

Wilson passes short right to Metcalf for 9. Homer runs up the middle and he’s stuffed by Cox. Homer fumbles, but he recovers. Third-and-4. Wilson passes short right intended for Lockett. Ball was short, but Lockett reached down to catch the pass, but was stripped of the ball. Fourth down and the Seahawks punt.

The Eagles takes over at their own 22.

Sanders runs off right guard for 2. Wentz pitches to Sanders, but he’s not ready for the football. Wentz picks up the loose ball and throws the ball OB short right. Third and-8. Wentz passes short left intended for Ward. Three-and-out for the Eagles.

The Seahawks start with excellent field position at their own 46.

Homer runs off right guard for 2. Wilson scrambles up the middle for 22 yards and a first down at the Eagles 30. Homer takes the pitch left and gains 12. Wilson passes short left intended for Metcalf. Wilson’s pass was too low for Metcalf. Lynch runs up the middle for 1. Wilson passes short right intended for Lockett.

Myers on for a 35-yard field goal attempt. It’s blocked. Eagles take over.

Eagles have the ball at their own 25. Wentz scrambles right, but loses 1 yard. Sanders runs around right end for 3. Third-and-7. Wentz passes short right to Arcega-Whiteside for 6. PENALTY – Holding Seahawks (McDougald). Automatic first down at the Eagles’ 33.

Sanders runs up the middle, he’s stopped by McDougald for no gain. Wentz, under pressure, passes short left intended for Sanders. Nice coverage by rookie linebacker Barton. Third-and-10. Wentz passes short right to Scott for 3. Fourth down.

Seahawks get the ball back at their own 24.

Lynch runs off left tackle for 3. Wilson passes short left to Lynch for 5. Third-and-2. Wilson passes short right to Lockett for 7 and a first down at the Seahawks’ 39. Homer runs off right guard and loses 1. Wilson passes short right intended for Moore. Third-and-11. Wilson, scrambling right and extending the play, passes deep right to Metcalf for 24 yards and a first down at the Eagles 38.

PENALTY – False start Seahawks (Ifedi). How many times has Ifedi been called for a false start this season First-and-15. Wilson, extending the play again, passes short middle to Lockett for 13. Homer runs up the middle, but he’s stuffed for no gain. Wilson passes deep right intended for Lockett.

Meyers on for a 49-yard field goal attempt. It’s good and the Seahawks take a 3-0 lead with 1:29 remaining.

Wentz in the locker room being evaluated for a concussion. Josh McCown in at quarterback. Wentz’s return is questionable. Wentz was hit in head by Clowney during a run.

Eagles have the ball at at their own 25. Sanders runs up the middle for 6. Sanders takes the pitch left and runs for 12. Sanders runs up the middle for 2.

END OF THE QUARTER

PREVIEW

The Seattle Seahawks blew their chance to secure a playoff game at home when they lost to the San Francisco 49ers in the final regular season game. However, that development may not be an altogether bad thing when the Seahawks face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday (1:40 p.m. PT/4:40 p.m. ET, NBC) in a Wild Card playoff.

You can watch the live stream of the game on foxsportsgo.com with your cable provider login, or you can watch on Hulu Live (free trial) or watch this game live for FREE with FuboTV (free trial).

The Seahawks’ 26-21 loss to the 49ers prevented from winning the NFC West and hosting a playoff game. Now, they play a road game against the Eagles. However, the Seahawks’ posted a 7-1 record on the road this season, including a 17-9 win over the Eagles in Week 12. That game was the Seahawks’ best defensive performance of the season. Since then? The Seahawks (11-5) have not held any opponent under 24 points and have allowed an average of 25.8 points a game. If the Seahawks are going to win, they better hope quarterback Russell Wilson’s second-half performance – 18-of-28, 178 yards, two touchdown passes – against the 49ers travels to Philadelphia and they get a big boost from resurrected running back Marshawn Lynch, because the defense is not very good.

The Eagles (9-7) won four straight games – including a critical win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 16 – to overtake the Cowboys and win the NFC East. The other three wins came against the New York Giants (twice) and Washington. Uh, okay. However, quarterback Carson Wentz was superb during the streak, throwing for 1,199 yards with seven touchdown passes and no interceptions while completing 68 percent of his passes. The Eagles’ wide receivers group has been decimated by injuries and tight end Zach Ertz has not been medically cleared for contact after suffering a rib injury and a lacerated kidney in Week 17. The Eagles also lost right guard Brandon Brooks for the season with a shoulder injury.

Here’s what you need to know to watch the Seahawks face the Eagles:

Who: Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles

What: NFC Wild Card playoff

When: Sunday, January 5, 2020

Time: 1:40 p.m. PT/4:40 p.m. ET

Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

TV: FOX

Watch the game live online: You can watch the live stream of the game on foxsportsgo.com with your cable provider login, or you can watch this game live for FREE with FuboTV (free trial). You can also get this game on Hulu Live (free trial) or Sling TV, if you prefer those platforms and their pricing plans.

Channel finder, More ways to watch: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast / Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish.

— Geoffrey C. Arnold | @geoffreyCarnold

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