Seahawks vs. Chargers: Game time, live stream, TV coverage, odds
The Seahawks and Chargers meet in an inter-conference matchup in Week 2 on Sunday. Seattle is 1-0 after easily topping the Green Bay Packers in Week 1, while the Chargers are 0-1 after blowing a lead and losing to the Arizona Cardinals.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 4:05 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed through NFL Sunday Ticket.
TV coverage: Fox
Odds: The Seahawks are six-point favorites, according to Bovada, as of Friday.
San Diego is playing NFC West teams in back-to-back weeks to open the season.
Tight end Antonio Gates recently restructured his contract to give the team more cap room this season.
San Diego last beat Seattle in 2006, winning 20-17 at Qwest Field.
The Chargers are 13-13 in September since 2007.
Tight ends coach Pete Metzelaars played the position for Seattle from 1982-84.
Rookie linebacker Jerry Attaochu blocked a punt and forced a fumble on a sack in Week 1.
San Diego had just 52 rushing yards against the Cardinals, its lowest total since Week 5 last season.
The Chargers have lost five games since 2012 in which they led by a touchdown or more in the fourth quarter, tied for the most in the NFL.
San Diego is the first team in the Super Bowl era to lose back-to-back season openers in which it led by double digits entering the fourth quarter.
Seattle played San Diego every season from 1977 through 2002, until realignment moved the Seahawks from the AFC West to the NFC West.
The Seahawks won the last meeting with the Chargers in 2010, topping San Diego 27-20 at Qwest Field.
Seattle won five in a row in the series and 10 of 12 before San Diego won in 2006.
Linebacker Bobby Wagner tied a career high with 14 tackles against the Packers in Week 1.
Running back Marshawn Lynch's 94 rushing yards between the tackles against Green Bay were his most since the beginning of last season.
Cornerback Richard Sherman did not have a pass thrown his way all game against the Packers.
Both of quarterback Russell Wilson's touchdown passes against Green Bay came on play action.
Wide receiver Ricardo Lockette had his first touchdown reception since 2011 in Week 1.
Percy Harvin had 100 combined receiving and rushing yards, the first time he's had at least that many since Week 6 in 2012.
Safety Kam Chancellor had 11 tackles against the Packers but also had three missed tackles.
- Ben Estes