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It’s the last game in the National Football League for Week 14, and it will be contested between the Minnesota Vikings and the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. As things stand now, this is slated to be the final prime time game of the season for the purple, and it should be relatively easy for everyone to find if they want to watch or listen to it.

So, if you’re in need of such information, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s get to it.

Television Info

Since this is Monday Night Football, this game will be on ESPN. Kickoff time is set for 7:15 PM Central time, and if you’re looking for the coverage map for this week. . .well, there isn’t one. Seriously, it’s the only game taking place at that time, and if you have ESPN, it will be on there, we promise.

HeavyMetalViking has informed me in the comments that if you’re in the Twin Cities area and do not have ESPN, the game will also be on CBS, which is WCCO, Channel 4.

If you’re watching this game from Canada, it will be shown on TSN.

Our friends in the United Kingdom will be able to watch this one on Sky Sports, specifically on Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Main Event. It’s going to be a late night. . .or an early morning, depending on your perspective. . .as this one will get underway at approximate 1:00 AM Tuesday morning UK time.

For our men and women in uniform overseas, this one will be shown LIVE on the American Forces Network. It’s Monday Night Football, so they can’t ignore the Vikings this week. Coverage will start on AFN Sports at 0100Z on Tuesday morning. That means a start time of 0200L for everyone in Central Europe, 0530L for viewers in Afghanistan, and 1000L for fans in Japan and Korea.

Radio Info

If you’re not going to be anywhere near a television for this one, you’ll be able to hear the call from Paul Allen and Pete Bercich on the Vikings Radio Network. That link goes to a list of Vikings Radio Network affiliates across the Upper Midwest. See if yours will be carrying the game. There are a couple of other places you can find it online as well, including the TuneIn radio service as well as the KFAN site (if you’re on a desktop or laptop computer only. . .it won’t work on phones or tablets).

For those that have satellite radio, you can find the Vikings Radio Network feed on Sirius Channel 81 or XM Channel 226. There will also be a “neutral” feed, courtesy of Westwood One, on SiriusXM NFL Radio. That’s Channel 88 on both your Sirius or XM receiver. If you’re using the SiriusXM Online App, the Vikings’ permanent home there is Channel 819.

Referee Info

The folks at Football Zebras inform us that the officiating crew that will be handling Monday night’s game will be headed up by Brad Allen. This is the second Vikings’ game that Allen has officiated this season, and the second one in prime time as well. Allen’s crew was responsible for officiating the Vikings’ 38-31 loss to the Los Angeles Rams back in Week 4.

Weather Info

It doesn’t appear as though it’s going to be the most pleasant of nights in the Pacific Northwest on Monday night, if the forecast from our friends at WeatherNation holds true. It’s going to be raining off and on all day in Seattle leading up to this one, and by the time kickoff comes around we’ll be looking at temperatures in the mid 40s and winds out of the southwest at 15-20 miles an hour. There’s a pretty good chance the rain will persist throughout the game as well.

Streaming Info

Since this game is taking place on ESPN, you will be able to stream it for free using the WatchESPN app.

There are several other legal subscription services that are available in order to stream the game legally. Among them are Fubo.tv, USTVNow, and Sling TV. If you’re overseas, your best bet is going to be NFL GamePass.

Since it has recently been brought up, I want to make it perfectly clear that streams from Reddit or other places are not. . .I repeat, not. . .legal. If you’d like to argue about that, you can argue it somewhere else, because the moderators won’t listen to that garbage. Until Reddit, or anywhere else, has a deal with the National Football League, those streams are illegal and not welcome to be put up on this site. If you want to use them, go find them on your own and don’t be plastering them in the comments section here unless you’d rather not be in the comments of the Game Thread. . .or any other thread. . .here at DN.

That should be all of the information you need in order to keep track of all the action from CenturyLink Field between the Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football. We’ll have our Open Thread for the first quarter up about an hour before kickoff or so, and we hope that you’ll join us here for all of the fun!