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The Broncos led the Seahawks in a game this Sunday. It was a complete washout and a great experience for the Denver team. They shrewdly dominated their opposition to deliver some impressive numbers. The game ended 31-14 after the standard 4 quarters.

In a stunning debut, top draft pick Demaryius Thomas made a sensational splash onto the scene. His formidable frame caused the Seahawks grief, as he completely dominated their team. He proved to be a one man wrecking crew throughout the game. Closely resembling the style of Brandon Marshall, Thomas was drafted from Miami, and has been putting in work with the Broncos in preparation for the game. He was the wildcard, no one had videos of his work to analyze how best to play against him. It might have helped the struggling Seahawks, but nevertheless, they were demolished. Odds.

The big receiver made a very lasting impression, catching eight of nine passes from Kyle Orton, and completing some important plays. The Broncos were on fire. They forced four turnovers, and limited the Seahawks to 22 ½ minutes of possession time. Everything the team has been working towards came into play during the game. Powerful defense, strong offense and proactive players made all the difference. Scores.

The Broncos led 17-0 after a dominating first half that included a trio of takeaways. Orton threw for 307 yards and also hit Eddie Royal with his first TD catch since 2008. The rest of the season is lining up pretty nicely for the Broncos. They need only to keep delivering those spectacular numbers. Las Vegas odds.

The Seahawks would be wise to work on their defensive strategies, and bone up on their offense. The rest of the season looks bright for both of these teams. Be sure and follow it all at

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