The NFL preseason schedule for Saturday night wraps up with several late games including the Denver Broncos vs. San Francisco 49ers. These are two teams that competed in or won the Super Bowl over the past five seasons. However, neither of the current rosters look like they will be a factor in the upcoming season's chase for the Lombardi Trophy. Still, each team is addressing various needs including their quarterback position. Here's a look at what to expect from tonight's matchup, as well as game odds, TV channel, and how to watch the Broncos vs.

49ers live stream online.

The game preview

Heading into this Week 2 matchup both teams are 1-0 to start their preseasons. Denver came back in the second half to grab a victory over the Chicago Bears, 24-17. Quarterbacks Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch each got considerable time on the field with a combined 12-for-16 completion day and 93 total yards. Backup Kyle Sloter played a bit too and had 94 yards and a touchdown throw on 5-for-6 passing for the Broncos.

Tonight's game should give Lynch and Siemian each more of an audition for the starting QB role this coming season. In addition, John Elway and the staff will be looking at various roster spots with the potential for the final roster to feature more offensive players than defensive players, rather than a 50/50 split.

The San Francisco 49ers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 27-17 in their first week's preseason game. Matt Barkley threw 168 yards on 10-for-17 passing while C.J. Boatyard had 101 yards and two touchdown passes on 7-for-11 passing. Kendrick Bourne led the receivers with 88 yards and a touchdown on four receptions.

While the Broncos are trying to choose their starting QB, San Francisco will be looking to see who their backup should be.

Brian Hoyer already secured the starting role, but will it be Beathard or Barkley backing him up this coming season? Tonight's game could give the 49ers an answer to that question.

The latest point spread for tonight's NFL game favors San Francisco by three points at home. The Broncos are +145 underdogs on the moneyline, with the 49ers listed at -170.

For the over/under points total, the latest number is 39.5 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

A scheduled start time of 10 p.m. Eastern Time awaits the Denver Broncos and San Francisco 49ers on Saturday night. Fans around the United States will see live televised coverage of the preseason game through the Nfl Network. Many cable and satellite providers have the channel as part of their lineup.

To see the game live online and Free Of Charge, anyone with a hi-speed internet connection should consider trying SlingTV. NFL Network is one of a number of channels offered as part of the Sling Blue channel package. Anyone who signs up now as a new customer can try out the service for one week, free of charge.