Seattle Vs San Diego Betting Line, Free Pick & TV Info

NFL Preseason Week 3 betting action continues with a west coast vs west coast tilt from San Diego.

Seattle Vs San Diego Betting Line, Free Pick & TV Info

NFL Preseason Week 3 betting action continues with a west coast vs west coast tilt from San Diego. The 1-point underdog Bolts are hosting the defending NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks. The game kicks off Saturday at 8:00 PM ET from Qualcomm Stadium.

The Seahawks are winless in the preseason so far. They lost two close games to Denver Broncos on its opener, 22-20, and the Kansas City Chiefs last Friday, 14-13.

The Chargers are un-defeated in preseason action so far. They started with a 17-7 victory over the Dallas Cowboys in their opener on August 13 and a 22-19 win versus the Arizona Cardinals last week.

An In-Depth Look At The Seattle Seahawks at San Diego Chargers NFL Preseason Week 3 Line, Betting Pick & How To Watch

Seattle Seahawks vs San Diego Chargers
Date: Saturday, August 29, 2015 
Start Time: 8:00 PM ET 
Location: San Diego, California
Stadium: Qualcomm Stadium
Odds: Seahawks -1
Game Total: 42.5
Radio: Seattle vs San Diego
TV Info: CBS  
Stream:  CBS Sports

Will we finally see Phillip Rivers and rookie rusher Melvin Gordon for an extended period of time? Both players saw the field in limited action 2 weeks ago. Last week they were both sidelined. NFL Preseason Week 3 is known as the dress-rehearsal for starters. 

"We’re cultivating that culture that we’re just going to dominate every single snap," Chargers Linebacker Manti Te’o was quoted by ESPN . "We’re not going to win every single snap, but we know that we’re going to win most of them.

"At first, you’ve got to believe that you are going to do it. And I think for the most part we all believe, and our coach has faith in us that he can call whatever he’s going to call, and we’re going to execute it. And we’re going to go out there and dominate."

San Diego Chargers
2014 Offensive Leaders 2014 Defensive Leaders
QB Philip Rivers (4286 yds, 31 TDs, 18 INTs) S Eric Weddle (114 tackles)
RB Branden Oliver (582 yds, 3 TDs) CB Brandon Flowers (3 INTs)
WE Malcom Floyd (856 yds, 6 TDs) DE Corey Liuget (4.5 sacks)

Will there finally be Marshawn Beastmode Lynch sighting for the Seahawks this week? If he plays as expected, I am going to make the Seahawks my betting pick for their preseason week 3 matchup. Lynch has been salivating to hit the field after his number wasn’t called for the Seahawks final play in their Super Bowl 50 loss to the Pats.

Russell Wilson has been the most affected from Lynch’s absence as opposing defenses have focused on not giving him enough time to play his game. Wilson went 9 of 15 for 78 yards with 0 TDs and 0 INTs against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Seattle Seahawks
2014 Offensive Leaders 2014 Defensive Leaders
QB Russell Wilson (3475 yds, 20 TDs, 7 INTs) LB K.J. Wright (107 tackles)
RB Marshawn Lynch (1306 yds, 13 TDs) CB Richard Sherman (4 INTs)
WR Doug Baldwin (825 yds, 3 TDs) DE Michael Bennett (7.0 sacks)

My NFL Preseason Week 3 Betting Pick: Seahawks -1

The San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy is 5-5 during the preseason. The Chargers are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 Saturday games, 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games as a home underdog, 0-5 ATS in their last 5 home games, and 2-9 ATS in their last 11 games overall.

HC Pete Carroll is 13-9 during his preseason career. The Seahawks are 15-6 ATS in their last 21 road games, 5-1-1 ATS in their last 7 games as a favorite, 6-2-1 ATS in their last 9 games overall, and 10-4 ATS in their last 14 games on grass.

Seattle Seahawks Preseason Week 3 Projected Starting Lineup:

  • Offense: Wilson (QB), Lynch (RB), Coleman (FB), Baldwin (WR1), Kearse (WR2), Graham (TE), Okung (LT), A. Bailey (LG), Jeanpierre (C), Sweezy (RG), Britt (RT)
  • Defense: Bennett (DE), Hill (DT), Mebane (DT), Avril (DE), Irvin (OLB), Wagner (MLB), Wright (ILB), Sherman (CB1), Williams (CB2), D. Bailey (SS), Thomas (FS)

San Diego Chargers Preseason Week 3 Projected Starting Lineup:

  • Offense: Rivers (QB), Gordon (RB), Allen (WR1), Floyd (WR2), S. Johnson (WR3), D. Johnson (TE), Dunlap (LT), Franklin (LG), Robinson (C), Troutman (RG), Fluker (RT)
  • Defense: Reyes (DE), Lissemore (NT), Liuget (DE), Attaochu (OLB), Te’o (ILB), Butler (ILB), Ingram (OLB), Flowers (CB1), Verrett (CB2), Addae (SS), Weddie (FS)