Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks
Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks offense will be under the spotlight in the Monday Night Football game against the Buffalo BillsReuters

Two teams trying to build some momentum clash in Monday Night Football, with both the Buffalo Bills and the Seattle Seahawks desperate for a victory to get their season back on course.

While the Bills are 4-4 this season, the Seahawks have not quite found their mojo, even if they have won four of their seven games and tied one as well. One of the reasons for Seattle's struggles this season is their offense, with the playmaking unit unable to put enough points on the board.

A 6-6 tie against the St. Louis Cardinals was followed by a 25-20 loss to the New Orleans Saints and Pete Carroll has challenged his offense to step up against the Bills on Monday.

"I'm counting on us taking a turn here and things picking back up for all the obvious reasons," Carroll said. "(Quarterback) Russell (Wilson) is getting better, that's a big deal. We're really glad to see him feel better be able to do more and all that.

"That's a big part of it, but we have to execute better, as well. We've got to give our guys a good chance to unload, and that's what we're hoping to do in the next few weeks, and I hope it will be obvious."

The Bills have gone on streaks this season – losing their first two, before going on a four-game winning run only to slip in the next two to lose all that momentum again. At 4-4, the Bills will know the next couple of games could decide what they end up doing this season, and picking up a win against Seattle could be just what they need to make this a memorable campaign.

"We need to win this game," Bills head coach Rex Ryan said. "Whatever it takes, that's what we have to come up with. Hopefully we'll get some players back. But, if not, we have to find a way to get it done anyway."

One of the players who could be back and make a big difference is new signing Percy Harvin, who joined the Bills last week. "I feel good about Percy," Ryan added. "I didn't say we'd play him 50 snaps, but I do think we can play him some. I do. He's looked good out there, and I think he can help us."

Where to Watch Live

The NFL Monday Night game Buffalo Bills vs Seattle Seahawks is scheduled for an 8.30pm ET (7am IST, 1.30am GMT) start. Live Streaming and TV information is below.

India: TV: Sony ESPN and Sony ESPN HD. Live Streaming: Sonyliv.

USA: TV: ESPN and ESPN Deportes. Live Streaming: Watch ESPN.

Canada: TV: TSN1, 3, 4, 5. Live Streaming: TSN TV.

Australia: TV: ESPN. Live Streaming: Foxtel.

UK: TV: Sky Sports 1. Live Streaming: Sky Go.

International: NFL Game Pass.