Seahawks vs. 49ers: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The San Francisco 49ers (7-4) host the Seattle Seahawks (7-4) in a NFC West division matchup on Thanksgiving. The 49ers have won three straight games and knocked off the Washington Redskins last week. The Seahawks defeated the first-place Arizona Cardinals last week and have won four of their past five games.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Thursday's game are below:
Kickoff: 8:30 p.m.
TV coverage: NBC
Week 12: 49ers 17, Redskins 13
The 49ers won their third straight game on Carlos Hyde's rushing touchdown with less than three minutes remaining. Colin Kaepernick completed 20 of 29 passes for 256 yards, one touchdown and one interception, and Anquan Boldin had 137 receiving yards on nine catches. Linebacker Aldon Smith had two sacks in his second game back from suspension.
Week 11: 49ers 16, Giants 10
San Francisco had five interceptions and the 49ers held on for a road win over the Giants. Chris Borland had two picks against Eli Manning, and Eric Reid, Chris Culliver and Michael Wilhoite each had one interception. Colin Kaepernick threw for 193 yards, Frank Gore ran for 95 yards and Michael Crabtree had 85 receiving yards and a touchdown.
Week 10: 49ers 27, Saints 24 OT
The 49ers benefited from a controversial pass interference call against Saints tight end Jimmy Graham to win in overtime. Colin Kaepernick completed 14 of 32 passes for 210 yards and a touchdown, and Frank Gore added 81 yards and a score on the ground. Phil Dawson's 35-yard field goal won the game in overtime.
Week 12: Seahawks 19, Cardinals 3
The Seahawks allowed just 204 yards of total offense to give the Cardinals their second loss of the season. Russell Wilson completed 17 of 22 passes for 211 yards and a touchdown, and he added 73 yards on the ground to lead the offense. Defensive end Cliff Avril had two sacks for Seattle.
Week 11: Chiefs 24, Seahawks 20
After a 1-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to Tony Moeaki with 23 seconds left in the third quarter, Seattle went scoreless in the fourth quarter en route to their fourth loss of the year. The Seahawks were unable to contain Jamaal Charles, who rushed for 159 yards (8.0 per carry) and two touchdowns. Wilson threw for touchdowns and Marshawn Lynch rushed for 124 yards, but Seattle went just 2-of-5 in the red zone and committed eight penalties for 50 yards.
Week 10: Seahawks 38, Giants 17
Lynch ran for a career-high four touchdowns as the Seahawks gained a franchise-record 350 rushing yards, the most in the NFL since 2012. Lynch had 140 and Wilson added 107, making the Seahawks the first NFL team to have a running back rush for four touchdowns and a quarterback rush for at least 100 yards in the same game. The Giants were sharp in the first half, as Eli Manning threw for 192 yards and a touchdown. A Manning interception with the game tied in the third quarter, however, dented the Giants' chances of winning the game.