BRONCOS VS. SEAHAWKS
On Saturday night at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, the Broncos fell to the Seahawks 30-10. Denver entered the second half with a lead, but Seattle’s three second-half touchdowns helped the visiting team pull away.
Below is a summary of the game’s most important moments.
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BRONCOS ON TWITTER: Fans can also follow the action on Twitter via the Broncos’ official gameday account. @BroncosGameday will keep fans updated with live, in-game updates throughout tonight’s contest.
PRESEASON LIVE: You can watch tonight’s game on KUSA TV in Denver. The broadcast will feature Dave Logan (play-by-play) and Ed McCaffrey (color commentary), with Rod Mackey providing reporting from the sidelines. Fans outside the Denver area can watch the game live online in high definition. Click here to order Preseason Live and get a 25% discount.
BRONCOS VS. SEAHAWKS ROSTER UPDATE: A list of players who are not expected to play in tonight’s game.
BRONCOS HONOR AURORA SHOOTING VICTIMS: The Broncos honored victims in the Aurora shooting with a moment of silence before kickoff.
CAPTAINS, COIN TOSS AND STARTERS: We’re underway at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
PREGAME PHOTOS: Check out some of the pregame action.
BLOCKED PUNT FOLLOWED BY INTERCEPTION: David Bruton blocked a punt to give the Broncos the ball near the red zone, but a deflected pass lead to an interception soon after.
BRONCOS TAKE LEAD ON MCGAHEE TD: Following Seattle’s field goal conversion, the Broncos drove the ball 80 yards and Willis McGahee punched it in from the 1-yard line to take a 7-3 lead.
BALL FUMBLE LEADS TO SEATTLE FIELD GOAL: The Seahawks converted on a 28-yard field goal after a Lance Ball fumble.
SEATTLE RETAKES LEAD WITH A FIELD GOAL: Steven Hauschka gave the Seahawks a 9-7 lead with his third field goal of the game.
TWO MINUTE OFFENSE GETS THREE: Peyton Manning led the offense on a 66-yard drive that included big completions to Eric Decker and Brandon Stokley. Matt Prater finished it with a short field goal to retake the lead, 10-9.
FIRST HALF AUDIO HIGHLIGHTS: Listen to audio highlights from the first half of Denver’s preseason home opener courtesy of AM 850 KOA.
SEAHAWKS OPEN SECOND HALF WITH TD: A 16-yard rushing touchdown gave Seattle a 16-10 lead early in the second half.
FIRST HALF PHOTOS:: View photos from the first half of action.
CALDWELL RETURN DOUBTFUL: After a mid-air collision, Caldwell left the game with a chest injury.
SEAHAWKS STRIKE AGAIN: A 34-yard touchdown pass put the Seahawks up 25-10.
IRVING HURT: Linebacker Nate Irving left the game in the fourth quarter with a chest injury.
SEAHAWKS ADD TO LEAD: Seattle scored a fourth-quarter touchdown to expand their lead to 30-10.