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Seahawks vs. Rams 2013, Monday Night Football: TV schedule, online, radio and more

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The Seattle Seahawks can extend their lead in the NFC West with a win over a damaged Rams team, still reeling from the loss of their quarterback in week seven. Sam Bradford is out for the year, as Kellen Clemens will start his first game since 2011, his 12th in an eight year career.

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Game Date/Time and Location: Monday, Oct. 28, 8:40 p.m. ET at the Edwards Jones Dome, St. Louis, Mo.

TV schedule and distribution map: ESPN; The506.com

Live coverage and updates:

Seahawks blog:  Field Gulls / Follow Field Gulls on Twitter

Panthers blog: Cat Scratch Reader / Follow Cat Scratch Reader on Twitter

Live NFL Week 8 Scoreboard

Radio schedule: Cleveland: WKNR 850 AM, WKRK 92.3 FM and WNCX 98.5 FM; St. Louis: 101 ESPN (101.1 FM WXOS)

International broadcast: Canada: TSN; Mexico: Televisa, TV Azteca; UK: British Eurosport

Watch Online: Monday Night Football can be watched using Watch ESPN, provided you are subscribed to a compliant cable provider. Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required). NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA.

More on the matchup: Seattle and St. Louis face off for their first divisional game of 2013. Russell Wilson showed why he's so highly regarded in their last meeting, as the rookie quarterback threw for a touchdown and ran in the game-winner in a 20-13 Seahawks' victory. Wilson is unbeaten in nationally televised games this season, rising to the occasion as the stage gets larger. He faces a talented Rams' pass rush that has something to prove after a difficult loss in Carolina, but it's unclear if St. Louis has enough offensive firepower to knock off the NFC's best team.

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