Charlotte, NC – The NFC divisional playoff showdown between the Carolina Panthers and Seattle Seahawks at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. will be played on Sunday, January 17.
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Ginn popped up on the injury report Friday, which is usually a bad sign. However, the receiver insisted he plans to play Sunday despite a sore knee.
What: NFC divisional playoff game
When: Sunday at 1:05 p.m. EST
Where: Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.
All-time: Seahawks lead, 5-3
Playoff series: Seahawks lead, 2-0
Last meeting: Panthers 27, Seahawks 23 on Oct. 18, 2015 in Seattle
Last playoff meeting: Seahawks 31, Panthers 17 in Seattle, 2015 NFC divisional playoff
The line: Carolina Panthers -2 (per Vegas Insider)
Over/under: 44 (per Vegas Insider)
National radio: The game will be broadcast on Westwood One (check local listings; WFAN 660-AM or 101.9 FM in New York/New Jersey) with Tom McCarthy as the play-by-play man, Tim Ryan as the color analyst and Hub Arkush as the sideline reporter.
Satellite radio: The Westwood One broadcast will be on Sirius 88 and XM 88. The Seahawks’ broadcast will be on Sirius 83 and XM 226. The Panthers’ broadcast will be on Sirius 82 and XM 83.
Live stream: NFL Game Pass (subscription required)