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The Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks rivalry has an interesting history that dates back to when both teams were part of the American Football Conference (AFC) West division. From 1977 to 2001, the Broncos and Seahawks played twice a year, leading to numerous memorable encounters. During the 1980s and 1990s, the rivalry heated up with both teams experiencing periods of success. The Broncos, led by quarterback John Elway, often had the upper hand, but the Seahawks, with players like Steve Largent, frequently put up a strong fight. Notable games during this era include a 1983 game where the Seahawks won 31-7, and a 1994 game where the Broncos secured a dramatic 20-17 victory in overtime.

The rivalry took a new turn in 2002 when the NFL realigned its divisions, and the Seahawks moved to the NFC West. This significantly reduced the frequency of games between the two teams, as they would now only meet occasionally in inter-conference play. Despite this, their games continued to attract attention due to the historic rivalry and their effect on NFL odds. The most notable game in recent history between the two teams was Super Bowl XLVIII on February 2, 2014. The Seahawks dominated the Broncos with a resounding 43-8 victory, securing their first Super Bowl title. This game reignited the rivalry on a grander stage and left a lasting impact on both fan bases and NFL odds for future encounters.

Since Super Bowl XLVIII, the Broncos and Seahawks have faced off a few times, including memorable preseason and regular season matchups. While the intensity has waned compared to their AFC West days, the history between the two teams ensures that each game carries a certain level of significance, often influencing NFL odds. The Broncos vs. Seahawks rivalry may not be as prominent as it once was due to the divisional realignment, but the historic clashes and the memorable Super Bowl encounter keep this rivalry alive in the hearts of the fans and in the betting world.

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