The Seattle Seahawks have put the league on notice, outscoring their last two opponents by a combined score of 75-20. As the fourth game of the preseason it's likely the starters won't be seeing much action as they prep for the real thing on August 6.
Instead this week's matchup against, easily, Seattle's least challenging opponent will be about figuring out which guys will be staying on the roster and what 22 players will find themselves without a team.
The Raiders offense's second unit has actually performed well this season and should still offer the Seahawks' reserves valuable, prolonged playing time. Offensively, quarterback Terrelle Pryor will have the opportunity to play against his former team.
Pryor will need to play well if he would like to remain on the team's final 53-man roster, so there will be points of interest on both sides of the ball.