Just one game sits on the NFL preseason schedule for Friday night as the Seattle Seahawks will host the Minnesota Vikings. As they have just a few more weeks to prepare for the regular season, tonight's matchup may see more appearance by key personnel including the starters, or they could save them for Weeks 3 and 4. Here's the latest Nfl Preseason Game preview with the point spread, moneyline prices, over/under, and how to watch the game live on TV or a live online feed.

NFL game preview

The Minnesota Vikings are 1-0 after their first week of preseason competition.

In that first game, Minnesota took down the Buffalo Bills, 17-10. Case Keenum threw for 121 yards on 11-for-16 passing. Touchdowns came via C.J. Ham on the ground and Rodney Adams by air in a touchdown pass thrown by backup QB Taylor Heinicke.

The Seattle Seahawks are also 1-0 this preseason after routing the Los Angeles Chargers 48-17. Starter Russell Wilson made a brief appearance in that game and recorded 41 yards passing on 3-for-4 completions. Backup Trevone Boykin compiled 189 yards and a touchdown pass, while also rushing for another. Chris Carson also had two touchdowns in the team's big win.

It's been reported by ESPN that running back Eddie Lacy will get the start for the Seahawks tonight due to Thomas Rawls suffering a minor ankle sprain in last week's game.

Lacy had four carries for 10 yards in last week's game. He missed the last 11 games of the 2016 NFL season, so head coach Pete Carroll wants him to get more reps in to prepare for what is hopefully a healthy season ahead.

As of this report, the Seattle Seahawks are listed by Odds Shark as 3.5-point favorites at several sports books.

On the moneyline, they are -175 or -180 favorites while the visiting Vikings are +160 underdogs. Tonight's over/under points total is at 40 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Game time for the Minnesota Vikings vs. Seattle Seahawks is scheduled for 10 p.m. Eastern Time from Century Link Field. Tonight's NFL preseason game will be televised exclusively by the Nfl Network around the United States.

To see the game live streaming, anyone with a hi-speed internet connection should consider the SlingTV service. There's currently a free one-week trial of the subscription service offered at Sling.com website. This service includes a package of streaming TV channels including NFL Network, NFL RedZone, FS1, FS2, NBC Sports, and more.