The Raiders are undefeated in the preseason as of now, and there is no reason to think that will change this week.
Nathan Peterman has played great so far, and Mike Glennon has been on and off. With how close this QB battle is, I would expect to see the best out of both men this week. The receivers on the field will be as hungry as ever, knowing that their job could depend on making one big play.
As far as defense goes, the defensive backs should have no problems with Geno Smith or Paxton Lynch, as they have combined for one touchdown so far this preseason.
Keisean Nixon has played lights out for the Raiders, but Nick Nelson is going to have to step up and greatly improve from his performance last week. The main problem the Raiders could have is stopping the run game. As previously stated, the Seahawks have a solid group of backs coming into this game, so this will be a great chance for the linebackers and defensive tackles to prove that they belong on the team.
The Raiders have looked great this preseason, with a list of players who have surprised everyone. There will be players on the verge of making the roster that are going to come up big in this game, giving the Raiders the victory heading into regular season