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NFL decides Seahawks-Ravens game isn’t ready for prime time, moves start to 10 a.m.

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SEATTLE, WA - NOVEMBER 29: Running back Thomas Rawls #34 of the Seattle Seahawks reacts after scoring a touchdown in the third quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers at CenturyLink Field on November 29, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

SEATTLE – Set those alarm clocks – the Seahawks’ game on Dec. 13 was moved from prime time to 10 a.m.

Originally scheduled as a Sunday Night Football game, Seattle’s Week 14 matchup at Baltimore was moved to 10 a.m. as part of the NFL’s flex scheduling changes.

The game will now be televised locally on Q13, rather than nationally on NBC.

Though the Seahawks moved to 6-5 and into the playoff hunt with their win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, the disappointing Ravens are 3-7.

The new matchup will feature the New England Patriots traveling to Houston to play the Texans.

Seattle travels to Minnesota next week for another 10 a.m. game. That’s followed by the Ravens game, then home games against the Browns and Rams before the Hawks finish off the regular season at the Arizona Cardinals.

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