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[WATCH/STREAMS!] Seahawks vs Ravens Live Free Online Broadcast 5 November 2023


The Seattle Seahawks, led by quarterback Geno Smith, meet the Baltimore Ravens, led by quarterback Lamar Jackson, in a regular season game on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2023 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. Seattle Seahawks vs. Baltimore Ravens FREE LIVE STREAM (11/5/23): Watch NFL Week 9 online | Time, TV, Channel


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Here’s what you need to know:


What: NFL, Week 9


Who: Seattle Seahawks vs. Baltimore Ravens


When: Sunday, Nov. 5, 2023


Where: M&T Bank Stadium


Time: 1 p.m. ET


TV: CBS


Lamar Jackson put his hands up next to his head as if he might cover his ears. He was being asked about one of the more remarkable stats in his impressive career — a 17-1 record against NFC teams as a starter.


“I don’t even want to put that in my head or let you finish that question,” Jackson said with a smile.


Maybe there’s something to the idea that Jackson has an edge against teams that don’t face him as often, but he insists not. Perhaps his record against the other conference is just a statistical quirk. Whatever the case, he’ll have a chance to improve that mark against the NFC when the Baltimore Ravens host the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.


“I hope it’s 18-1 after this one. I’ll say that,” said Jackson, who led Baltimore to a 30-16 victory at Seattle in 2019.


Not only have the Ravens been excellent against the NFC with Jackson at quarterback, but they are 18-5 in their franchise history at home against teams from the Pacific time zone. But traveling east hasn’t been much of a problem for the Seahawks of late. They are 16-5 — including playoffs — in the Eastern time zone since 2018.


So something has to give in this matchup between AFC North-leading Baltimore (6-2), which has won three straight, and NFC West-leading Seattle (5-2), which has won five of six.


“Here we go again, preparing to head to the east with a big matchup. I’m so impressed with this team that we’re playing,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. “They’re just so well-rounded and they’re good in all phases. They make you realize what it’s like to play in a championship matchup. That’s what you expect the teams to be like and they got it.”


Seattle expects new defensive lineman Leonard Williams to be on the field Sunday, just a few days after acquiring him from the New York Giants. Seattle’s defensive front was already playing well, but Jarran Reed, Dre’Mont Jones and Mario Edwards Jr. were playing a lot of snaps early in the season. Adding Williams gives Seattle a versatile player who can contribute in several spots on the defensive front.


“I’ve been playing D-line for a long time and there’s not going to be too much of a difference here. I’m willing to play wherever they want me to play. I think I’m a pretty versatile player,” Williams said.


Baltimore’s defense can beat opponents in a lot of ways. The Ravens have an NFL-high 31 sacks, and All-Pro linebacker Roquan Smith is a major factor in the middle. The secondary has shown its depth to this point, with safety Geno Stone leading the league with five interceptions.


The foundation of Seattle’s running game is the young combo of Kenneth Walker III and Zach Charbonnet. The pair had 13 rushes for 109 yards last week against Cleveland, and the Seahawks acknowledged they need to give their running backs more attempts.


Seattle finished with 17 total rushing attempts against the Browns, and beating Cleveland with that few was a major outlier for the Seahawks. Since 2010 when Carroll arrived, the Seahawks are just 4-14 in regular-season games with 17 or fewer rushing attempts.

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