When football simulation game comes to the NFL
Posted October 02, 2018 07:59:57When football simulation comes to NFL fans, there is a certain excitement that comes with watching a team in the league’s championship game play.
In this case, the Seahawks have an opportunity to repeat as champions on Sunday.
With the team now up a spot in the NFL’s elite division, Seattle has an opportunity this season to become the first team since the 1999 New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl.
In a year that saw the rise of the social media-driven Super Bowl craze, this game is one of the most anticipated in recent memory.
With live video and on-demand streaming on demand, fans are able to watch as the Seahawks battle it out in front of millions of viewers on the NFL Network.
The game will be played at CenturyLink Field, which is in Seattle and features a retractable roof and is located at the corner of Washington and University avenues.
There will be a number of cameras set up throughout the stadium, including one set up near the tunnel entrances.
With a capacity of nearly 50,000, the stadium will be the largest in the National Football League.
The Seahawks will be hoping that they can take a game that has been a popular pastime for many years and get it back to the fans.
Last year, fans watched the game with a live stream, with the Seattle Times noting that the viewership increased dramatically after a Seattle-Atlanta game in 2016.
With the season already underway, the game is scheduled to air Sunday at 8 p.m.
ET on NBC.
The game is a prime time event for many fans, with all of the pre-game festivities and halftime shows starting at 10:30 a.m., with the Seahawks leading 16-10 at halftime.
If you are looking to get into the game, NBC Sports Group is offering fans $20 for a first-place ticket, and $50 for a second-place one.
Tickets can be purchased at the NBC Sports Store or online at nfl.com.