Detroit Lions vs Seattle Seahawks: How to watch, listen to, and stream

Detroit Lions vs Seattle Seahawks: On Sunday, the Lions will look to get back to the .500 mark when they host the Seahawks at Ford Field.

On Sunday afternoon, the Detroit Lions will return home to Ford Field as they battle the Seattle Seahawks in what seems like an early season must-win game.

There is no question about it that the Lions are going to have their work cut out for them in this one as they have multiple key injuries, but if they can play disciplined football, they may just be able to pull out a Week 4 victory.

Here is everything you need to know to watch, listen to, and stream Sunday's matchup between the Lions and Seahawks.

How can I watch the Detroit Lions vs Seattle Seahawks?

Here is all the information you need to watch, listen to, and stream Sunday's game between the Lions and the Seahawks.

What: Detroit Lions vs. Seattle Seahawks

When: Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022

Time: 1:00 p.m. ET

Location: Ford Field – Detroit, Michigan

Weather: Indoors

Television: FOX

Television Broadcast Team: Chris Meyers and Robert Smith

Streaming Options: Detroit Lions' mobile app and NFL+

Radio: 97.1 The Ticket, list of other radio affiliates

Radio Broadcast Team: Dan Miller, Lomas Brown, T.J. Lang

Point Spread: Lions -4.5 (Via BetMGM)


Seattle Seahawks 20 (+4.5)

Detroit Lions 24

Nation, what is your pick for Sunday's game between the Lions and Seahawks?

Taylor Decker is ‘dying to win’ with the Detroit Lions

During a recent interview with Tyler Dunne, Taylor Decker said that he is “dying to win” with the Detroit Lions because losing is the (bleeping) worst.

“I’m not afraid to say that I love all those guys,” Decker said. “And I have their back out there on the field. Because we just do hard shit every single day and we do it together. You can’t replicate that bond in many other professions. Obviously, there’s military and other things like that. But it’s a deep bond when you go through hard shit together. I’ve been here for seven years now and it seems there’s been more downs than ups. Hopefully we come out of the back end of that stronger as a group.”

Decker takes a deep breath.

“I know we have guys who want to win. Me personally, I’m dying to win. Losing is the f–king worst.”

Taylor Decker, we agree with you. Losing is the (bleeping) worst.