We're a little less than twenty-four hours away from kickoff of Week 13's contest between the Minnesota Vikings and the Seattle Seahawks from TCF Bank Stadium. If you're wondering how you can keep tabs on all of the NFL action on Sunday, we have all of the information you need right here.
Once again, we are looking at a noon Central time kickoff from Minneapolis, and the coverage will be handled by FOX, which is KMSP-9 in the Twin Cities. If you're wondering whether or not you are located in the primary broadcast area for the game, here is the map from the folks at 506 Sports. The game between the Vikings and the Seahawks is shown in red.
UPDATE: There have been some changes to the coverage areas since the time this map was first posted. The updated map is now shown below.
This will also be the featured broadcast game in Alaska and Hawai'i, according to The 506. The broadcast team for today's game will be the same team that called the Vikings/Falcons game last weekend, that being Kevin Burkhardt and John Lynch.
If you're not in the primary broadcast area, and you are going to be attempting to view the game via the DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket package, you will need to tune in to Channel 711.
Our friends from A Rouge Point have not updated their Canadian coverage listings for this week's action at this point in time. When they do, we'll update this post to reflect the viewing options for our friends north of the border.
For our friends in the United Kingdom, this game will be featured on Sky Sports. Kickoff time will be at 6 PM local time in the UK. (Thanks to NFL UK for that info.)
For our men and women overseas, this game will be shown live on the American Forces Network. The game will be shown on AFN Prime Atlantic, and kickoff will take place at 1800Z. That means a kickoff time at 1900L for folks in Central Europe, 2230L in Afghanistan, and 0300L on Monday morning for everyone in Japan and Korea.
If you're away from a television or just want to hear the call from Paul Allen and Pete Bercich instead of the television announcers, then the Vikings Radio Network is here to help you. Here is a full list of affiliates for you to comb through to find the one in your local area. As an online alternative, you can check out the TuneIn radio service. Again, I have not personally used it, so I can't vouch for it.
If you're going the satellite radio route, you can find the feed from the Vikings Radio Network on Channel 82 on Sirius or XM. If you're going to be using the SiriusXM online app, you can find the Vikings on their permanent home there, Channel 817.
According to the folks at Football Zebras, the crew working this week's game will be led by Terry McAulay. This will be the second Vikings' game that McAulay has worked this year, as his crew also handled the Week 3 match-up between the Vikings and the San Diego Chargers at TCF Bank Stadium.
CCNorseman did a post during the preseason about legal streaming of NFL games. It outlines the only outlets for legal streaming of NFL action. If you're overseas, there's NFL GamePass to subscribe to as well.
As far as other streams are concerned, do NOT. . .and I mean not in any way, shape, or form. . .promote illegal streaming sites on The Daily Norseman. Not in the comments, not in the FanPosts, not in the FanShots, not in the Game Thread on Sunday, not anywhere. Don't even hint at them. Trust me on this. If you're that determined to watch the game via an illegal stream, do a Google search and find it on your own.
And that should be all the info you need to follow along with the action from TCF Bank Stadium tomorrow, ladies and gentlemen. We'll have the Open Thread up tomorrow approximately an hour before kickoff, just after the inactives come out.