Seahawks @ Broncos: Preview and Where To Watch

What Needs Work
Seahawks: Pass rush. Tied with the Bears, Falcons, and Saints for 19th in the NFL last season with 33 sacks, Seattle landed one sack against Tennessee in preseason game #1.

Broncos: Back-up QB. They have all their eggs in the Manning basket, so-to-speak. The back-ups have a combined zero NFL wins between them. Last week in Chicago, they orchestrated 5 scoring drives including 4 TDs, 4 punts, 1 turnover on downs and no turnovers.

Where to watch:
Seahawks broadcast (Curt Menefee, Warren Moon)
KCPQ 13 (FOX; Seattle)
KPTV 12 (FOX; Portland OR)
KAYU 28 (FOX; Spokane)
KCYU 41 (FOX; Yakima WA)
KFFX 11 (FOX; Tri-Cities WA)
KEVU 23 (MyTV; Eugene OR)
KFXO 39 (FOX; Bend OR)
KMVU 26 (FOX; Medford OR)
KIVI 6 (ABC; Boise)
KSAW (ABC; Twin Falls ID)
KTBY 4 (FOX; Anchorage)
KHNL 8 (NBC; Honolulu)

Broncos broadcast (Dave Logan, Ed McCaffrey)
KUSA 9 (NBC; Denver)
KKTV 11 (CBS; Colorado Springs)
KKCO 11 (NBC; Grand Junction)
KMYU (MyTV; Salt Lake City)
KTNV 13 (ABC; Las Vegas)
KWBQ 19 (CW; Albuquerque)
KTWO 2 (ABC; Casper WY)
KTVQ 2 (CBS; Billings MT)
KXLF 4 (CBS; Butte MT)
KRTV 3 (CBS; Great Falls MT)
KPAX 8 (CBS; Missoula MT)
KOTA 3 (ABC; Rapid City SD)
KFVE 5 (MyTV; Honolulu)

NFL Network (this usually features both broadcast teams)
Sunday, August 19th @ 11 PM ET

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