How to watch Patriots vs. Seahawks: Live stream online, kickoff time, TV channel for Sunday Night Football tonight

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It’s the Patriots vs. the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field this week on Sunday Night Football. Live coverage begins tonight at 7 p.m. ET with Football Night in America (watch on NBC or the NBC Sports app). See below for more information on how to watch and live stream the game.

Both teams are coming off victories in week 1. The Patriots defeated the Dolphins last Sunday in Foxborough 21-11. In his first game as a New England Patriot, QB Cam Newton led his team in passing, rushing, and scoring completing 15-of-19 passes for 155 yards. Newton also picked up 75 rushing yards–the most ever for a Patriots QB in a game–and scored two touchdowns.

Russell Wilson led the Seahawks to a 38-25 victory over the Falcons in Atlanta finishing with 31-of-35 passes for 322 yards, four touchdowns, and 29 rushing yards. New Seahawks Safety Jamal Adams led the team defensively with 12 tackles, including a sack on Matt Ryan.

The two quarterbacks are familiar opponents. During Newton’s nine-season tenure with the Panthers, he went head to head with Wilson’s Seahawks six times in the regular season and twice in the postseason. Wilson has a 5-1 winning record in the regular season against Newton.

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How to Watch Sunday Night Football – Week 2 2020

Patriots vs. Seahawks:

  • Where: CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington
  • When: Sunday, September 20
  • Start Time: 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff; live coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. ET with Football Night In America
  • TV Channel: NBC
  • Stream liveWatch online or with the NBC Sports App

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2020 Sunday Night Football Schedule: How to watch NFL games on TV, who is playing tonight, live streams online, channel

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Cam Newton and the New England Patriots head to CenturyLink Field to take on the Seahawks in Seattle. Newton made his New England debut last Sunday in Foxborough where he ran for 75 yards and scored two touchdowns to help the Patriots win 21-11 against the Dolphins.

The Seahawks also had a 1-0 start to their season after Russell Wilson led his team to a 38-25 victory over the Falcons 38-25 in a fan-less Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Wilson finished with 31-of-35 passes for 322 yards, four touchdowns, and zero interceptions. He also picked up 29 yards on the ground as Seattle’s leading rusher.

Coverage for all games begins at 7 p.m. ET on NBC or on the NBC Sports app. Click here to see PFT’s week 2 power rankings.

                  RELATED: PFT’s Week Two Picks

2020 Sunday Night Football on NBC Schedule:

All games begin at 8:20 p.m. ET

Kickoff, September 10Kansas City Chiefs defeat Houston Texans, 34-20

Week 1, September 13 Los Angeles Rams defeat Dallas Cowboys, 20-17

Week 2, September 20 – New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks

Week 3, September 27 – Green Bay Packers at New Orleans Saints

Week 4, October 4 – Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco 49ers

Week 5, October 11 – Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks

Week 6, October 18 – Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers

Week 7, October 25 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Las Vegas Raiders

Week 8, November 1 – Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

Week 9, November 8 – New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 10, November 15 – Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots

Week 11, November 22 – Kansas City Chiefs at Las Vegas Raiders

Thanksgiving, November 26 – Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 12, November 29 – Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

Week 13, December 6 – Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs

Week 14, December 13 – Pittsburgh Steelers at Buffalo Bills

Week 15, December 20 – San Francisco 49ers at Dallas Cowboys

Week 16, December 27 – Tennessee Titans at Green Bay Packers

Week 17, January 3 – TBD at TBD

HOW TO WATCH SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: NBC will stream every SNF game live online for the 2020 NFL season on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports App. Here you’ll find the full SNF schedule including the teams, match ups, start times, channel, live streams and more. Check back every Sunday to see who’s playing tonight and be sure to follow @SNFonNBC on social.

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Which NFL stadiums, teams will allow fans at games in Week 2 of the 2020 season?

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The 2020 football season continues today, with Sunday Night Football kicking off tonight. Here is what NFL stadium capacity is expected to look like during week 2 as the league is allowing each of its 32 teams to determine whether or not fans can attend games. Click here for the full schedule of Week 2 games, including Sunday Night Football on NBC.

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Week 2 NFL Stadium Capacity

Thursday, September 17

Cincinatti Bengals at Cleveland Browns – FirstEnergy Stadium

  • The Browns will allow up to 6,000 fans for the team’s first two home games in September (Week 2 vs. CIN and Week 3 vs. WAS).

Sunday, September 20

Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans – Nissan Stadium

  • The Titans will not allow spectators for their home opener this week against the Jaguars.

Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Raymond James Stadium

  • The Buccaneers will not allow spectators for their first two home games of the season (Week 2 vs. CAR and Week 4 vs. LAC).

Denver Broncos at Pittsburgh Steelers – Heinz Field

  • The Steelers will not allow spectators for their first two home games of the season (Week 2 vs. DEN and Week 3 vs. HOU).

Los Angeles Rams at Philadelphia Eagles – Lincoln Financial Field

  • The Eagles are not allowing spectators until further notice.

San Francisco 49ers at New York Jets – MetLife Stadium

  • The Jets are not allowing spectators until further notice.

Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins – Hard Rock Stadium

  • The Miami Dolphins will allow a maximum of 13,000 spectators to attend this week’s home opener.

Minnesota Vikings at Indianapolis Colts – Lucas Oil Stadium

  • The Colts will allow a maximum of 2,500 spectators at this week’s home opener.

Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers – Lambeau Field

  • The Packers will not allow spectators for the first two home games of the season (Week 2 vs. DET and Week 4 vs. ATL).

Atlanta Falcons at Dallas Cowboys – AT&T Stadium

New York Giants at Chicago Bears – Soldier Field

  • The Chicago Bears will not have spectators until further notice. The team announced in August that they will continue to monitor the situation.

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The Washington Football Team at Arizona Cardinals – State Farm Stadium

  • The Cardinals are not allowing spectators at the first two home games of the season (Week 2 vs. WAS and Week 3 vs. DET).

Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers – SoFi Stadium

  • The Chargers are not allowing spectators until further notice.

Baltimore Ravens at Houston Texans – NRG Stadium

New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks – CenturyLink Field

  • The Seahawks will not have spectators at the first three home games of the season (Week 2 vs. NE, Week 3 vs. DAL, and Week 5 vs. MIN).

Monday, September 21

New Orleans Saints at Las Vegas Raiders – Allegiant Stadium

  • The Raiders will not allow spectators for the entire 2020 season.