The 49ers are back in action on Thanksgiving, and this time, they'll visit the Seahawks in a crucial primetime bout on Thursday Night Football.
San Francisco 49ers fans haven't forgotten what happened back on Thanksiving in 2014 at Levi's Stadium.
The visiting Seattle Seahawks stomped the Niners in that primetime bout, which led to quarterback Russell Wilson and then-Hawks cornerback Richard Sherman enjoying a turkey dinner right on top of the San Francisco logo at midfield.
Nearly 10 years later, the 49ers have a chance for some vengeance. While Wilson is off to the Denver Broncos, and Sherman is busy providing analysis on Amazon Prime, the fans from both sides certainly haven't forgotten.
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The two NFC West rivals square off for the third and final Thanksgiving game of the year, as the 6-4 Hawks will host the 7-3 Niners on Thursday Night Football.
With the NFC West hotly contested between these two squads, the victor on Thursday night could enjoy much more than just a Thanksgiving feast at midfield.
Here's everything you'll want to know for the contest.
When, where is the 49ers game vs. Seahawks being played this Thanksgiving?
The Seahawks host the visiting 49ers at their home stadium of Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington.
Kickoff is on Thursday, Nov. 23 at 8:20 p.m. ET.
How to watch the 49ers and Seahawks on Thanksgiving
Amazon Prime owns the exclusive broadcasting rights for Thursday Night Football, but there is an exception for Thanksgiving games.
NBC will carry the broadcast on television, which will be available nationwide on cable.
49ers vs. Seahawks betting odds, Thursday Night Football
The oddsmakers at FanDuel opened up with the Niners as 6.5-point road favorites.
San Francisco's moneyline is -295, while Seattle's moneyline is +240.
The over/under for the game is 42.5.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
Who's leading the all-time series between the 49ers and Seahawks?
There have been 50 games played between the 49ers and Seahawks, including two postseason games.
The Hawks currently lead the all-time series 30-20, and the two teams have split those playoff bouts 1-1.
Seattle last beat San Francisco in the postseason during the 2014 NFC Championship game, while the 49ers eliminated the Hawks in the Wild Card round in January of 2023.