Seattle radio station pokes fun at Broncos with trash talk parody

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SEATTLE -- In the months, weeks and now days leading up to Sunday's Super Bowl rematch between the Broncos and the Seahawks, the trash talk is intensifying.

The Broncos are on the road where the 12the man is king. When it comes to trash talking the Seahawks have that down on and off the football field.

Even on the air, 710 ESPN Radio's Brock Huard and Mike Salk have that Seahawks swagger.

"The 12th man is going to have to be in full NFC championship form. Full voice, full throat, full mode on Sunday afternoon," said Huard.

Much like the Denver media, Huard and Salk favor the home team.

“I thought they already got their big revenge. It matters. I saw the big headline. It matters when you beat a team in the preseason," Salk said referring to a Denver Post article written by Mike Klis.

Huard and Salk poked fun of the Broncos preseason win with a parody called the "Preseason Super Bowl Shuffle."

A part of the song says, "we’re not talking about 43-8. We won in August and it sure felt great. Sorry Seattle, we’re here to burst your bubble. We’re here to do the preseason Super Bowl shuffle."

All kidding aside, Huard and Salk admit the Seahawks will have their hands full on Sunday.

Make no mistake though, they have their home team winning on Sunday.

"As much as Peyton seemed to struggle with the noise in NY, what happens when he comes here and the noise in that stadium really is no joke," said Salk.

Listen to Broncos Preseason Super Bowl Shuffle

 

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