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NFL Preseason Football Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks Start Time, Odds, Free Pick

The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks meet up tonight in NFL Preseason football action. The game is scheduled for a 10:00 p.m. start time and it will be televised nationally on the NFL Network. Currently the odds for the game have the Seahawks favored by about a touchdown to pick up the win.

Denver won't play Peyton Manning and wide receiver Demaryius Thomas isn't expect to see the field either. Because of that the Broncos are going to be sizable underdogs for a preseason game, catching almost a touchdown in this game. The Broncos seem to be going with Brock Osweiler and a couple of other guys in tonight's contest, which should help the depth of the position.

Another thing fans will see tonight is the steady stable of running backs from the Broncos. Seattle's defense is no doubt awesome, but expect the Broncos to hand the ball off frequently in this one and run right at the Seahawks defense.

Will Russell Wilson see the field either? What about Marshawn Lynch? We've seen some teams play a couple of their stars for a series in the opening preseason game and we've also seen teams play none of their bigtime players as well. Seattle should be good enough to line up with their backups and beat Denver's backups.

Playing at home, no Manning on the other side certainly gives an advantage to the Seahawks. Seattle will be playing without key guys in their secondary, but they're still going to win this game by a comfortable margin.

Free Pick: Seahawks

Movie Oakland Raiders: 2015 NFL Free Picks & Betting Odds

Vegas betting expert Steve Fezzik doesn’t expect the bad situation in Oakland to get much better this season. This AFC West team may have some improvements in terms of personnel, but Jack Del Rio is the latest in a carousel of ever-changing mediocre coaches, and Fezzik doesn’t expect he is the guy to turn this team around. He also thinks people are overstating Derek Carr’s abilities at quarterback, as he may do well in the fourth quarter, but his numbers are padded with garbage time performance.