The first week of the NFL preseason games wraps up on #Sunday Night as the #Seattle Seahawks battle the #Los Angeles Chargers. As with most preseason matchups, the two teams' starters may not see too much time on the field, but future stars may emerge. Here's a look at what to expect from tonight's Seahawks vs. Chargers game including matchup odds, game time, TV channel, and how to watch the game live streaming online.

Game preview

Several star players will be out for Seattle in Sunday's game including wide receiver Doug Baldwin with a strained upper foot. Jeremy Lane will also not participate. One player to keep an eye on when the Seattle Seahawks take the field tonight will be running back Chris Carson.

While he wasn't a high draft pick like Leonard Fournette, the Seattle RB has shown good stuff at training camp. If he continues that trend in the preseason, it could mean more time during regular season games. Additionally, cornerback Shaquille Griffin could be auditioning for an upgraded role on the team's depth charts opposite star player Richard Sherman.

The Los Angeles Chargers are looking to potentially test out their recently-signed tight end Matt Weiser and rookie tight end Sean Culkin tonight. Both Jeff Cumberland and Sean McGrath have knee or leg injuries that could keep them sidelined. Quarterback Phillip Rivers is expected to play one series tonight and other key starters will play just one or two series in the game. Unfortunately, the team's heralded draft pick, wide receiver Melvin Williams is continuing to deal with a back injury and is on the PUP list.

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Odds Shark website lists the Seattle Seahawks as 2.5-point favorites on the spread, or -130 to -135 on the moneyline. The Rams are priced at +110 to +115 at various books. For the over/under points total, bettors are looking at 37.5 points between the two teams for the game.

How to watch it live

The final NFL preseason game of Week 1 will arrive on Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET. To watch the Seahawks vs. Rams on television, viewers will need to have the NFL Network. This channel is available on many cable and satellite provider packages across the country. Live streaming is available through NFL Game Pass for subscribers who have this service.

Additionally, NFL fans with a hi-speed internet connection can check out SlingTV for a free trial. The channel streaming service has NFL Network as part of one of its available channel packages. New customers get one week to try the service for free, which will allow for watching more NFL games over the coming week. See more details at Sling.com website.