A quick look at the information you need to know about tonight's Patriots-Seahawks game:
TEAM RECORDS: Patriots 7-1, Seahawks 5-2-1
GAME TIME: 8:30 p.m. EST
TV NETWORK: NBC
TV ANNOUNCERS: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth and Michele Tafoya
NATIONAL RADIO NETWORK: Westwood One Sports
NATIONAL RADIO ANNOUNCERS: Kevin Kugler and James Lofton
LOCAL RADIO NETWORK: Anchored by WBZ-FM (98.5 The Sports Hub)
LOCAL RADIO ANNOUNCERS: Bob Socci and Scott Zolak
ALL-TIME SERIES BETWEEN THE TEAMS: Patriots lead, 9-8
LAST MEETING: Patriots 28, Seahawks 24 on Feb. 1, 2015 at University of Phoenix Stadium (Super Bowl XLIX)
PATRIOTS VS. SEAHAWKS
- Curran: Pats may have to 'plaster' Seahawks
- Lewis would give Patriots a new threat
- Key for Patriots' D is . . . Gronk?
- Curran's game preview
- Bonus Bag: How to use Lewis? Stop Graham?
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-- This is the first time the Patriots and Seahawks have played in Foxboro since 2004, the Pats' longest current stretch between home games against an opponent. Prior to this, the Pats' longest streak between home games was against the Panthers (Oct. 29, 1995 to Dec. 13, 2009).
-- The Pats and Seahawks played 12 times in a 14-year span from 1980-93, but only four times since then (2004, 2008, 2012 and in the 2014 Super Bowl).
-- The Patriots are 46-11 (.807) against NFC teams since the 2002 realignment, the best interconference record in the NFL over that span.
-- The Patriots are 26-17 on Sunday Night Football, including 1-0 in 2016 (a 23-21 Opening Night win in Arizona on Sept. 11).
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-- The Patriots did not throw an interception in the first eight games of 2016, breaking the team record for most games at the beginning of a season without an interception. If they don't throw a pick tonight, they will tie the NFL record for most games at the start of a season without a pick (9), set by the 1960 Browns.
-- A victory tonight will give the Patriots their eighth win of the year and a guarantee them a record of .500 or better for the 16th consecutive year. Each of the other 31 NFL teams has had at least one losing season over that span.
-- Tom Brady has won 198 games (176 regular season, 22 playoffs) in his career, the third-highest total for a quarterback in NFL history. He needs one to tie second-place Brett Favre (199) and two to tie first-place Peyton Manning (200).
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-- REFEREE: Gene Steratore. UMPIRE: Bill Schuster. HEAD LINESMAN: Mike Spainer. LINE JUDGE: Gary Arthur. FIELD JUDGE: Mike Weatherford. SIDE JUDGE: Bob Waggoner. BACK JUDGE: Dino Paganelli. REPLAY OFFICIAL: Paul Weidner.