Seahawks vs. Buccaneers Week 10: Date, Time, Betting Odds, Streaming, More

Seahawks vs. Buccaneers, Tom Brady - Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Seahawks vs. Buccaneers, Tom Brady - Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports /

The NFL International Series continues in Week 10 of another glorious season in 2022 with the Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers taking each other on in a battle of two NFC teams. Expectations for these two teams heading into the 2022 season could not have been more opposite. The Seahawks, after trading Russell Wilson, were being looked at as a team tanking for the next great QB prospect in 2023.

The Buccaneers, on the other hand, managed to get Tom Brady back after a brief retirement early in the offseason. Bruce Arians stepped down as the team’s head coach, but he was replaced internally by a man many believed to be one of the top head coach candidates anyway — defensive coordinator Todd Bowles.

Expectations for these two teams remain roughly the same. The Seahawks will be on the hunt for quarterback help in 2023, and the Bucs are competing right now for a championship with whatever window they have left with Brady, who has had his share of off-field drama in 2022. Entering mid-November, these two teams are heading to Germany for a matchup at the home of FC Bayern Munich — Allianz Stadium.

NFL International Series 2022: Seattle Seahawks vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Week 10


November 13, 2022


9:30 AM Eastern Time


Allianz Arena — home of FC Bayern Munich (München, Germany)


There are no injuries to report for the Seattle Seahawks or Tampa Bay Buccaneers at this point in time. We will update as the game gets closer.

What Channel Is Seahawks vs. Buccaneers On?

NFL Network


Buccaneers Radio

Seahawks Radio

Betting Odds

Betting odds via FanDuel SportsBook (odds for this game will be available as the game gets closer)

Live Streaming



Seahawks vs. Buccaneers, Week 10 game preview

This game between Seattle and Tampa Bay is, at the time of this writing, a matchup between two teams heading on two very different paths. Seattle is en route to a total rebuild and reload of the roster, which effectively began in the 2022 offseason. They are still searching for their quarterback of the future.

Tampa Bay has Super Bowl aspirations in a relatively weak NFC in 2022, and with Tom Brady under center, you really can’t count them out as the season progresses as true contenders to represent that conference in the Super Bowl.