Watch Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks

The last Saturday night 2013 NFL preseason football game tonight is a potential Super Bowl preview as the Denver Broncos visit the Seattle Seahawks. Both teams went deep into the playoffs last year and came up a little short, and both will accept nothing less than a Super Bowl appearance this season. NFL live online streaming for this game with a 10/9c start time on NFL Network instructions are below.

The Broncos are hoping Peyton Manning can maintain his MVP form this season after taking nearly taking the Broncos to the AFC Championship before the Ravens narrowly beat them and went on to win the Super Bowl. With Manning now having Wes Walker as a target and an early preseason win against the 49ers under his belt, the sky’s the limit for what these Broncos can accomplish.

Defense is what the Broncos used to beat the 49ers as they forced four turnovers and held the high flying Super Bowl champs without a touchdown. They’ll be tested again tonight as the Seahawks have a strong offense and a speedy quarterback of their own.

The Seahawks destroyed the Chargers in week one to pick up right where they left off last season. Even with Russell Wilson not generating any points during his brief time on the field, back-up quarterbacks Tarvaris Jackson and Brady Quinn put up plenty of points in the 31-10 victory.

Wilson will be looking to get off the goose egg and put some points on the board tonight. It’s still early in the preseason, but I doubt he wants to not score after half of the exhibition games are complete. He will need to be on top of his game to score against the Broncos first team defense.

The third and final 2013 NFL preseason game on NFL Network tonight between the visiting Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will be live streamed for free for NFL Network subscribers whose cable, satellite or broadband service providers are part of a group selected by the network here. Another NFL live online streaming option is to subscribe to the NFL preseason package for $14.99 through mid-September. Predicting this game is a toss-up, but I’m going with Seattle considering their loud stadium and the Russell Wilson factor.

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