Which channel Broncos vs. Seahawks are on? How to watch it live streamed when it starts, and what time. For Week 2, the NFL’s 2021 preseason, the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos will be facing off. This article will help you understand how to view the matchup, especially if it’s not in your area.
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As Head Coach Vic Fangio announced Thursday, the Broncos’ eagerly awaited defense will be in action Saturday. He expects that the first unit team will play against the SeahawksAfter after sitting for the Week 1 match against Minnesota, though it may not include outside linebackers on MillerAndBradley Chubb. Seattle also restrained many of its starters last Week, but star quarterback Russell WilsonWednesday,He hopes to play Saturday. He — and possibly receiversDK MetcalfAndTyler LockettDenver’s star-studded secondary including cornerbacks, must be available Lyle Fuller? Ronald DarbyAndBryce CallahanSafety and security Justin SimmonsAndKareem JacksonYou will pass a great test.
The secondary in Seattle should be challenged by Denver’s offense. QuarterbacksTeddy Bridgewater(Who will start Saturday)Drew LockEach had very efficient and effective days against the Vikings. However, if Seattle decides to put its starting defense on the field for a few series Bridgewater will need to face 2020 Pro Bowlers.Jamal AdamsAndQuandre Diggs. Fast receiver jerry JeudyAndKJ HamlerStretching the defense — and maybeCourtland SuttonAlthough he was unsure if he will play, Denver should be able to match up well, particularly if the Broncos can keep their linebacker busy with their run game. Bobby WagnerBalanced by the other seven front Seattle cities.
The most important outcome will depend on how these two Denver quarterbacks perform. Fangio indicated that he could make a decision about who would be the team’s starting quarterback as soon as next week. This preseason game is one that Broncos fans will want to keep an eye on.
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In Week 2 of the 2021 NFL Preseason, the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos will meet at Lumen Field in Seattle. Kickoff is scheduled for 10:00 p.m. ET and the game will air on KTVD My20 in the Broncos, while you can find Seattle broadcast info here. We’ll be seeing many lesser-known and unknown faces on the rosters, as this is preseason. You can keep track of who is on the rosters by visiting the Seahawks roster or the Broncos roster.
In their preseason opener, Denver defeated Minnesota 33-16. Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater were both impressed with their combined 12 of 15 completions for 225 yards and three touchdowns. In their opening game, Seattle was defeated 20-7 by Las Vegas. This one saw Seattle sit most of its starters.
You will need to look deeper to find streaming options if you don’t have a TV set to view this preseason contest. Preseason games are not available in all markets. Regular-season games can be viewed outside of these two areas. To view this game via live online stream, you’ll need to use NFL Game Pass. The service also offers a seven-day free trial if you don’t plan on watching all the preseason.
The Broncos are a 5-point favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook and -235 on the Moneyline. The Seahawks are a +190 money line underdog. The point total is 37.
The Seattle Seahawks continue their 2021 NFL preseason with a home match against the Denver Broncos. This will be Seattle’s first home game before the 12s since the close of the 2019 regular season.
The Las Vegas Raiders’ loss last week was terrible even by preseason standards. The offense was ineffective and the defense struggled to get off the field for third downs. We saw mostly backups and it is possible that we will see some preseason first-team action — Russell Wilson and Chris Carson among others. Drew Lock is the quarterback of the Broncos, and KJ Hamler and Jerry Jeudy are both speedy receivers. He’s looking to improve on his two previous seasons.
We have all the information you need about tonight’s matchup: broadcast information, live streaming options, and radio commentary.
Schedule for TV
Date: Saturday, August 21st, 2021
Time:10 PM ET/7 PM PT
Channel: Q13 FOX (local). (Click here to view additional TV affiliates in the Seattle region(
AnnouncersCurt Menefee, Dave Wyman (Broncos broadcast by Anish Shroff & Chad Brown).
Location: Lumen FieldSeattle, Washington
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle/97.3 KIRO FMClick here to find additional radio stations outside the Seattle area
Radio Announcers: Steve Raible (Reporters Jen Mueller and John Clayton).
Online streaming: Fubo.tv Sling TVHulu TVYoutubeTV
WATCH ON TV: KTVD my20, (local) or NFL Network (national).
Sideline: Rod Mackey
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Sideline: Susie Wargin
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