2022 Week 18 Seahawks vs. Rams Game Date & Time Announced – Seahawks.com

Seahawks.com Senior Reporter
The NFL announced dates and times for Week 18 games, and the Seahawks will host the Rams on Sunday at 1:25 p.m. PT in a game televised on FOX.
Heading into Week 17, the days and times for all Week 18 games had not been determined, but on Sunday night the NFL announced that the two Saturday games would be Chiefs at Raiders at 1:30 p.m. PT and Titans at Jaguars, which will determine the AFC South title, at 5:15 p.m. PT. That left the rest of the games to be played Sunday, with the NFL announcing times on Monday.
To make the playoffs, the Seahawks head into Week 18 needing a win over the Rams as well as a Packers loss to the Lions or a tie in that NFC North game at Lambeau Field. That game will be on Sunday night at 5:20 p.m. PT, meaning if the Seahawks win, the Lions, who need a Seahawks loss and a win over the Packers to make the playoffs, would go into the game knowing they have been eliminated from postseason contention.
WEEK 18 · Sun 01/08 · 1:25 PM PST
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