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Seahawks vs. Saints live stream, TV game start time, new odds for NFC Playoffs

Russell Wilson will try to lead the Seattle Seahawks past the New Orleans Saints in the 2014 NFC Playoffs.
Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images

Seahawks vs. Saints live stream coverage is available for the NFC Playoffs. TV game start time for the Seahawks vs. Saints is 1:35 p.m. PT on Fox, with the network providing television and web coverage for the first divisional game of the 2014 NFC Playoffs. According to a report from ESPN on Saturday morning (Jan. 11), the current odds for the game have the Seattle Seahawks as eight point favorites. The over/under against the New Orleans Saints is set at only 44.5, showing the oddsmakers feel this will be a defensive-oriented match-up.

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New Orleans got to this point by beating the Philadelphia Eagles in the wild card round of the 2014 NFL Playoffs. The team showed an ability to stay strong on defense and score when the game was on the line. Now the No. 6 seed will try to improve upon a 12-5 record against the No. 1 seed in the NFC. Seattle won the NFC West and clinched that top seed with a 13-3 record that includes a Week 13 victory over New Orleans by a score of 34-7. That game also took place at CenturyLink Field, showing why Seattle has become the favorites for this game.

The Seahawks vs. Saints live stream coverage will be on the Fox Sports Go application, giving fans of both teams a great opportunity to watch the game online. While the TV game start time is about 1:35 p.m. PT on Fox, they will begin coverage with the pregame show at 12:30 p.m. PT. The people calling the game are Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, and Erin Andrews from what could be some interesting weather at CenturyLink Field. At about 1 p.m. PT the current forecast is for a 47 degree, with a 70 percent chance of rain and 30 mph winds from the South.

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