Who to watch for: Broncos vs. Seahawks
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By Nathan Fordyce | Bleacher Report
DENVER — It’s only the second game of the preseason, but the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks are each sitting at 1-0.
The Broncos pummeled the Chicago Bears, 31-3, despite the first-team offense lead by Peyton Manning.
The Seahawks defeated the Tennessee Titans, 27-17, behind rookie quarterback Russell Wilson’s stellar performance.
Each team will look to build on its victory, but, more importantly, get the first team offense and defense more repetitions against live action. Each first team should play all of the first, and possibly some of the second, depending on what coaches see.
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