NFL Game Of The Day: Denver Broncos At Seattle Seahawks (-4)


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Just over seven months after the Seattle Seahawks annihilated the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII, the teams are set to go at it again Sunday.

The unbeaten Broncos are looking forward to Wes Welker’s return ahead of this much-anticipated showdown against Seattle, which is back home looking for answers after a surprising Week 2 loss.

Russell Wilson threw for 206 yards and two touchdowns while the Richard Sherman-led defense shut down the Broncos in a 43-8 rout at MetLife Stadium on Feb. 2, the most lopsided Super Bowl victory in over 20 years.

This marks just the sixth time Super Bowl participants will face each other the following season. (Read more.)

NFL Preview: Green Bay Packers At Lions (-1′)


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While Calvin Johnson has long since established himself as one of the NFL’s elite receivers, Jordy Nelson could be next to join the list.

Looking to build on last week’s win, Nelson and the Green Bay Packers try to continue their recent success against the Detroit Lions as these NFC North rivals meet Sunday at Ford Field.

After a one-sided 36-16 loss at Seattle in their opener, the Packers (1-1) stormed back to beat the New York Jets 31-24 last Sunday.

“It’s a game of adversity. It’s a game of momentum swings. It’s a game of big plays,” said coach Mike McCarthy, whose team trailed 21-3 in the second quarter. “We were in a spot, but our players stayed the course.” (Read more.)

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