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Giants vs. Seahawks 2013: Game time, TV channel, odds, online streaming, announcers, more

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The Giants, 5-8 and out of the playoffs, host the Seahawks, 11-2 and possibly Super Bowl-bound, Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Here is how to watch the game, the TV channel, radio and online streaming information, odds, the schedule, game time, announcers, injuries and more.

Can Eli Manning and the Giants measure up to the Seahawks?
Can Eli Manning and the Giants measure up to the Seahawks?
Donald Miralle

The going-nowhere New York Giants (5-8) host the possibly Super Bowl-bound Seattle Seahawks (11-2) Sunday at MetLife Stadium. With the Super Bowl being at MetLife in February is this simply a warm-up act for Seattle, a chance to get acclimated to the wintry conditions in New Jersey?

Let's take a closer look at the game.

Game Details

Game Time: 1 p.m. ET

Location: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.

TV: FOX

Announcers: Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Erin Andrews

Online Streaming: Audio Pass | Game Rewind

Radio: Giants' Radio Network -- WFAN 660-AM, Bob Papa, Carl Banks, Howard Cross; Sirius -- 139 (Sea.), 113 (NYG). XM: 234 (NYG).

Odds: The Giants are 7-point underdogs.

Giants' Injury Report: OUT -- DE Jason Pierre-Paul (shoulder), CB Corey Webster (ankle), S Cooper Taylor (hamstring); PROBABLE -- Terrell Thomas (knee), DT Cullen Jenkins (quad/shin).

Seahawks' Injury Report: OUT -- CB Brandon Browner (groin), WR Percy Harvin (hip), LB K.J. Wright (feet); PROBABLE -- WR Doug Baldwin (neck), DE Chris Clemons (not injury-related), RB Marshawn Lynch (shoulder, DT Tony McDaniel (illness), TE Zach Miller (ribs), LB Michael Morgan (knee), CB Richard Sherman (feet), C Max Unger (pectoral).

Weather: The forecast calls for a high of 35 degrees with a 30 percent chance of snow showers early in the day. Winds of about 14 mph are expected.

Storylines

The Giants have insisted all week that they will be motivated despite the fact that their season is essentially over. Can the underdog Giants actually summon the kind of effort that will be necessary for them to upset the Seahawks?

Even if the Giants bring their A' game, do they have what it takes to handle Seattle? The Giants lead the league with 34 turnovers. Seattle boasts the league's No. 1-ranked defense, and is second in takeaways with 28.

Seattle's Marshawn Lynch will be the ninth top 10 running back in the NFL that the Giants have faced this season.

Jason Pierre-Paul will miss his third straight game for the Giants due to a shoulder injury, and could be shut down the rest of the way.

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