The Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys meet in a rare Thursday night matchup when both teams have a full week off before the game. On Thanksgiving, the Cowboys defeated the Washington Commanders, and the Seahawks lost to the San Francisco 49ers.
Seattle and Dallas enter the game in second place in their division and in an NFC Wild Card spot. Both teams will have extra rest heading into huge Week 14 divisional games, with the Seahawks visiting the 49ers and the Cowboys hosting the Philadelphia Eagles.
Kickoff is at 8:15 p.m. ET, while the pregame show starts at 7 p.m. Who will be announcing the Week 13 matchup?
Who Will Be Announcing the Seahawks-Cowboys Broadcast Tonight?
Al Michaels will be doing play-by-play, Kirk Herbstreit is providing analysis, and Kaylee Hartung is reporting from the sidelines.
Michaels joined Amazon Prime in 2022 and has been broadcasting a weekly prime-time NFL game since 1986. He called Monday Night Football on ABC from 1986 to 2005 before moving to NBC’s Sunday Night Football in 2006.
Herbstreit, who is in his second season with Amazon Prime, has been one of the faces of college football on ESPN since the 1990s. He played quarterback at Ohio State from 1989 to 1992 and was the team’s starter and MVP as a senior.
Herbstreit will go from Dallas to Las Vegas for Friday’s Pac-12 Championship game on ABC before heading to Atlanta, the site of the SEC Championship game, for ESPN’s College GameDay. He has been an analyst on College GameDay since 1996 and, in 2006, was added as a lead game analyst for ESPN and ABC.
Hartung has worked with ESPN, the Longhorn Network, the SEC Network, CNN, and ABC during her career. She is currently a contributing correspondent for NBC’s TODAY Show.
Richard Sherman’s Time in Seattle
Sherman, who is in his second season as an analyst on Amazon Prime’s NFL coverage, has an important place in Seahawks history. Seattle selected Sherman in the fifth round of the 2011 draft out of Stanford. He became a lead member of the Legion of Boom, the nickname for the Seahawks’ secondary.
Sherman was named first-team All-Pro three times and earned Pro Bowl honors four times during his seven seasons with the Seahawks. He had 32 interceptions in 105 regular-season games during his time in Seattle.
Sherman made the playoffs five times and won two NFC Championships with the Seahawks. Seattle’s defense shut down Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos’ explosive offense to win Super Bowl XLVIII 43-8.
Sherman played three seasons with the 49ers and one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before retiring after the 2021 campaign. In addition to Amazon Prime, Sherman can also be seen debating Skip Bayless on FS1’s Undisputed.
Want to predict the rest of the 2023 season with our FREE NFL Playoff Predictor? Looking for the most up-to-date NFL standings? What about a breakdown of team depth charts or the NFL schedule? Pro Football Network has you covered with that and more!