Kick off time from Denver is slated for 9PM Eastern Time with national televised tape delayed coverage provided by the NFL Network at 11PM Eastern Time on Sunday.
SEATTLE VS DENVER BRONCOS
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The NFL odds have the have the home team Denver Broncos the -1 point betting favorite with the over under lined at 37 ½ points.
Those who wager on the Denver Broncos on the money line will lay -115 odds with the return on the road underdog Seattle Seahawks at -105 odds to pull off the upset road win with no need for taking the points.
Seattle enters play with a 1-0 mark in the preseason following their 27-17 home win last week against Tennessee as a -3 point home favorite. The over under went over 36 points.
Matt Flynn saw work in the first half and completed 11 of his 13 passes for 71 yards and a pick. Rookie Russell Wilson was impressive in his debut under center as he threw for 124 yards with a touchdown and pick on 12 of 16 completed passes. Wilson also scrambled three times for 59 yards and a touchdown.
Leon Washington led Seattle with 26 rushing yards on five carries. Braylon Edwards out wide caught two passes for 51 yards and a touchdown.
The Seahawks defense allowed the Titans 305 offensive yards for the game and 0 of 2 conversions inside the red zone.
The Broncos opened with the Chicago Bears and came away with the 31-3 road win as a +3 point underdog. The game went just under 34 ½ points.
Peyton Manning saw limited time under center and completed 4 of 7 throws for 44 yards and an interception. Caleb Hanie backed up Manning and threw for 79 yards hitting on 7 of 14 passes.
Xavier Omon on the ground led Denver with 36 yards and a touchdown on seven carries. Cornelius Ingram led the receivers with two catches for 45 yards and a touchdown.
The Broncos defense limited the Bears to just 8 first downs and a mere 132 offensive yards.
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