By Tim Clinton
Seattle brings a 6-2 mark into a key 1:25 p.m. game at the home of the 5-3 Los Angeles Rams this Sunday.
Channel 13 will televise the NFC West clash live.
Seattle is coming off a 44-34 loss at Buffalo this past Sunday.
Quarterback Russell Wilson was hampered by two interceptions and two fumbles against the Bills but still amassed 390 yards on 28 of 41 passing.
DK Metcalf caught seven passes for 108 yards and one touchdown.
Quinton Dunbar led with six tackles.
Seattle opens Major League Soccer playoff action with a 7:30 p.m. home match against the Los Angeles Football Club at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24.
ESPN will broadcast the action at CenturyLink Field live.
The Sounders finished second in the West standings after their 4-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes on Sunday.
The University of Washington will try again at getting in its season opener after Saturday's game was declared a no contest because of a COVID case on the California team the Huskies were set to play.
Washington will hopefully host Oregon State University at 8 p.m. this Saturday at Husky Stadium.
The action can be seen live on Fox Sports 1.
The Huskies' team includes Kennedy Catholic graduate Sav'ell Smalls as a true freshman outside linebacker.
Washington State University stands at 1-0 after its 38-28 victory at Oregon State University in Corvallis this past Saturday.
Cougars quarterback Jayden de Laura, a true freshman from Hawaii, passed for 227 yards and ran for 43 against the Beavers.
WSU gained a total of 229 yards on the ground in new head coach Nick Rolovich's run-and-shoot offense, led by the 147 yards on 18 carries by Deon McIntosh.
Wide receiver Travell Harris hauled in seven passes for 107 yards and two touchdowns and even ran twice for 49 yards and one more touchdown. Harris also had two kickoff returns for 27 more yards.
The Cougars recorded four quarterback sacks on defense.
Next up is a 4 p.m. Saturday home game against Oregon in Pullman.
Channel 13 will carry the action against the Ducks live.