finally return home to CenturyLink Field for a major inter-conference showdown with the Los Angeles Chargers (5-2) Kam Chancellor Jersey , who figure to be a playoff contender in the AFC. Seattle has won four of its last five, with that one defeat coming by two points against the undefeated Los Angeles Rams. As for the Chargers, their only losses have been to the Rams and AFC-leading Kansas City Chiefs. A little fun fact for Seahawks fans to note is that Russell Wilson has never lost at home to any AFC opponent, although the Seahawks did lose at the Chargers in 2014, so Russ has a chance to make this the 29th team he’s prevailed against. On the other side is the great Phillip Rivers, perhaps making his final appearance in Seattle, with a record of 1-1 at CLink and 2-1 overall.It should be a high-energy, emotional day in Seattle, as this is the Seahawks’ first home game since the deaths of owner Paul Allen and former head coach Jack Patera. It’d be great to honor them both with a vital win towards a playoff push. Here are the details you need to watch this Sunday’s game, including broadcast information, live streaming options, radio commentary, and more:TV ScheduleDate: Sunday, November 4th, 2018Time: 4:05 PM ET/1:05 PM PTChannel: CBS (check NFL coverage map)Announcers: Kevin Harlan and Rich GannonLocation: CenturyLink Field | Seattle, WashingtonRadio: 710 ESPN Seattle/97.3 KIRO FM (click here for additional TV and radio affiliates outside of the Seattle area)Radio Announcers: Steve Raible, Dave Wyman (Reporters: Jen Mueller and John Clayton)Online Streaming: NFL Game Pass (Free 7-Day Trial) | Sling TV | PlayStation Vue | CBS All Access |YoutubeTV Current 53-man roster: Click hereOpponent Blog: Bolts From The BlueFollow Field Gulls on social media!Twitter - @FieldGullsFacebook - Field Gulls: For Seattle Seahawks News and AnalysisSeahawks regular season schedule 2018September9/9: L 27-24 at Denver Broncos 9/17: L 24-17 at Chicago Bears 9/23: W 24-13 vs. Dallas Cowboys9/30: W 20-17 at Arizona CardinalsOctober10/7: L 33-31 Los Angeles Rams 10/14: W 27-3 “at” Oakland Raiders in London10/21: BYE10/28: W 28-14 at Detroit Lions November11/4: vs. Los Angeles Chargers (1:05 PM PT, CBS)11/11: at Los Angeles Rams (1:25 PM PT, CBS)11/15 (Thu): vs. Green Bay Packers (5:20 PM PT, FOX/NFL Network)11/25: at Carolina Panthers (10 AM PT, FOX)December12/2: vs. San Francisco 49ers (5:20 PM PT Rashaad Penny Jersey , NBC)12/10 (Mon): vs. Minnesota Vikings (5:15 PM PT, ESPN)12/16: at San Francisco 49ers (1:05 PM PT, FOX)12/23: vs. Kansas City Chiefs (5:20 PM PT, NBC)12/30: vs. Arizona Cardinals (1:25 PM PT, FOX) The 2019 NFL Draft is just a couple of weeks away, and the Seattle Seahawks leading receiver over the past several years, Doug Baldwin, is reportedly recuperating from a third surgery this..."The 2019 NFL Draft is just a couple of weeks away, and the Seattle Seahawks leading receiver over the past several years, Doug Baldwin, is reportedly recuperating from a third surgery this offseason. As such, it is not difficult to understand why some observers have begun to predict that the Hawks could use an early draft choice on a wide receiver that has the potential to develop into a dominant force. The need for receivers is obvious, as there is little proven talent on the roster behind Baldwin and Tyler Lockett, and that talent level drops precipitously should Baldwin decide to hang up his cleats, which reportedly is a possibility. “Waiting to see what Doug Baldwin decides on his future” is not what any Seahawks fan wants to hear heading into the 2019 season, but after knee, shoulder and reportedly hip procedures this offseason, Baldwin walking away would not be that much of a surprise. In any case, as reported, wide receiver N’Keal Harry of Arizona State visiting the Hawks certainly indicates an interest on the part of the team to at least kick the tires on receiving talent largely viewed as top end in the draft. DraftScount.com lists the 6’3”, 225 pound Harry as the number two available receiver in the draft Michael Dickson Jersey , and so he comes with the potential to be that big-bodied, dominant type receiver that Pete Carroll has sought after since his arrival nearly a decade ago.One of the commonly repeated phrases when discussing prototypical big receivers is that they have the potential to routinely draw a double team from defensive backs, allowing other receivers to get open. Is that the case? One of the beautiful things about the current data age is that this is something that while we have not had this data in years past, it is something that is possible to evaluate at a basic level given the rapid expansion of data on these types of details. As such, what may have simply been an untestable belief or concept decades or years ago is now something for which we often have data. How often wide receivers command double coverage is one of exactly these types of things. And that data is pretty telling - of the hundreds of player seasons for the dozens of wide receivers across the league, only seventeen times between 2014 and 2018 was a wide receiver double covered on more than ten percent of offensive snaps. Further, no wide receiver in any season was double teamed more one out of six offensive snaps. In short, even the most dominant wide receivers in the game, guys like Odell Beckham, Antonio Brown, Mike Evans, Calvin Johnson and DeAndre Hopkins are only double teamed on one out of every ten or one out of every eight snaps on which they run a route. With that being the case, it seems fairly easy to dismiss the idea that any receiver is going to command a double team regularly, as no NFL receivers command a double team regularly. Obviously, this does not take into account situational football, such as plays in the red zone or third down, where a dominant receiver like a Johnson or a Jones may command a double team from the defense more often. Thus, it’ll take digging deeper into the data to determine the value of a dominant receiver in those higher leverage situations.