How to Watch Seahawks vs. Cowboys: TV channel, start time, betting odds


The Seattle Seahawks welcome the Dallas Cowboys to CenturyLink Sunday afternoon in what is looking to be a big offensive showcase.

Russell Wilson cooked for a second-straight week, posting 288 yards on 21-of-28 passing with five touchdowns, one interception and a 132.1 QB rating.

The Cowboys are coming off of a HUGE comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons last week that saw 79 points scored in all. 

Cowboys QB Dak Prescott passed for one TD and 450 yards on 47 attempts while adding three rushing touchdowns 

The game holds the week's highest over/under at 57 points, odds provided by our partner, PointsBet. It makes total sense. Seattle has perhaps the NFL's worst pass rush which allows its highly talented secondary to give up an NFL-leading 415.5 passing yards per game. 

Then, add in that pass rusher Bruce Irvin and nickel cornerback Marquise Blair suffered season-ending injuries last Sunday, the Cowboys talented offense of MVP candidate Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliot, Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and CeeDee Lamb should feast in the Emerald City.

But, now that the Seahawks are allowing Russell Wilson to 'cook' and play aggressively on offense all game, Seattle has the offense to win a shootout with Dallas. That, along with home field advantage, is why the Seahawks are favored to win this Sunday.

Money line:

  • Cowboys: +180
  • Seahawks: -226

Point spread:

  • Cowboys: +5 (-100)
  • Seahawks: -5 (-100)

Dallas against the spread this season is 0-2. The Seahawks are 2-0. 


What about player props?

Russell Wilson has props of over/under 283.5 passing yards (-115) and 34.5 passing attempts (-114). So far this season, Wilson has averaged 305 yards passing on 31.5 pass attempts per game. Meanwhile, Dallas has given up 268 passing yards on 34 pass attempts per game. Last week, Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan had 273 yards passing and four touchdowns on 36 attempts in a 40-39 loss. 

Dak Prescott has props of over/under 297.5 yards passing and 39.5 passing attempts. The MVP candidate has averaged 358 yards passing per game this season on 43 attempts per game. 

Rushing wise, Chris Carson has an over/under of 63.5 rushing yards while Ezekiel Elliot has an over/under of 83.5 rushing yards. 

For receiving, it's as follows:


  • Tyler Lockett 67.5 receiving yards
  • DK Metcalf 60.5 receiving yards
  • Chris Carson 19.5 receiving yards


  • Dalton Schultz 37.5 receiving yards
  • Ezekiel Elliot 31.5 receiving yards
  • Amari Cooper 67.5 receiving yards
  • Michael Gallup 55.5 receiving yards
  • CeeDee Lamb 60.5 receiving yards

How To Watch

  • When: Sunday at 1:25 p.m. PT
  • Where: CenturyLink Field -- Seattle, Washington
  • TV: FOX
  • Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)