The Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks are the only two teams no one has seen play yet in terms of the starters. They pay on Monday Night Football, which means everyone will be watching them, as they are the only game on.

So since there is that notion, everyone is wondering what these two teams are going to look like. We know what some of the players on both teams look like, but there are some different things in 2022 that will factor into the game.

Both teams have new quarterbacks this year. The Broncos have a franchise guy, while the Seahawks have two backups. The Broncos also have a new coach and will have a new look offense, a huge thing we don’t know what it will look like.

Second-year running back Javonte Williams told James Palmer of NFL Network what to expect.

“You know what I think? I think we are going to go up-tempo,” Williams told Palmer. “We are going to be a team that pushed the football and tries to keep defenses on their toes. That is something that is in Nathaniel Hackett’s philosophy and he has been preaching it to us all throughout training camp to make sure we are in tremendous shape so that we can play at the speed that he wants us to play.

“And also be able to rotate players in… I have lined up at every receiver position and ran every route tree. We are going to mix and match things all over the field.”

The Broncos are going to have a field day with the Seahawks if they execute Hackett’s offense correctly. What Williams said is good, too.

If everyone knows how to do everything, how with the other team ever expect to know what is going to happen? That’s a trick question because they won’t.

It also doesn’t help the Seahawks’ case that the Broncos have depth at every position. But so does every other team. No, the Broncos have good depth at every position.

This game is going to be fun to watch. Football is back and the Broncos are too. Let’s hope they can start the season off right with a win over the Seattle Seahawks.

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