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9/9/14 - It was a battle of the up-and-coming late-drive quarterback against the still-standing master, and ultimately, it was the Denver Broncos’ Peyton Manning’s experience – as well as a 24-point lead Denver needed, as the Broncos held off Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts in the 2014 season’s first Sunday night game. Manning collected 269 yards on 22-of-36 passing, with three touchdown passes, all to Julius Thomas, who emerged as Manning’s prime target as Wes Welker served the first game of his four game suspension. Thomas hauled in seven passes total for 104 yards, and Emmanuel Sanders had six catches for 77 yards. The Colts’ Andrew Luck completed 35 of his 53 throws for 370 yards and two touchdowns; but he also had a pair of picks and three sacks. More heartening to Colts fans has to be the performance of Reggie Wayne, who was back up to his old tricks, pulling in nine catches for 98 yards – but no scores yet.
9/8/14 - Last night the Denver Broncos kicked off their quest to represent the AFC and return to the Super Bowl. Standing in their way was Peyton Manning's former team the Indianapolis Colts. Manning played flawlessly in the 31-24 victory passing for three touchdowns in the game and joined Brett Favre as the second quarterback to beat all 32 NFL franchises. Denver will now prepare for AFC West opponent Kansas City which sees Broncos tickets average $331 according to RazorGator.
9/5/14 - It all starts again for the Denver Broncos this weekend, as they host quarterback Peyton Manning’s old team, Indianapolis, at Sports Authority Field on Sunday night. The Broncos finished their preseason on a cery positive note, defeating Dallas 27-3. Backup Brock Osweiler saw most of the action as the Broncos’ signal-caller and performed well, going 9-for-13 for 190 yards, and guiding the offense on four scoring drives this game, and eight drives for the full preseason. One of Osweiler’s favorite receivers was rookie Cody Latimer, who reeled in three passes for a total of 66 yards; one reception went for 57 of those yards. Latimer should see plenty of action in the first few games, with regular go-to receiver Wes Welker out due to league suspension for a positive PED test.
8/28/14 - There’s a first time for everything – even for a longtime NFL veteran like Peyton Manning. No, it wasn’t that Manning and his Broncos teammates lost to visiting Houston, 18-17; no, for the first time in his career, Manning received a disciplinary penalty, drawing a whistle for taunting after getting in the face of a Houston defender who hit teammate Wes Welker in the head on a play. Aside from that incident, Manning had a strong night for the Broncos, throwing for 243 yards on 21-for-27 passing, with two scoring strikes and an interception. Emmanuel Sanders caught five passes for 128 yards and both of Manning’s TD throws were among his catches, one of 67 yards, the other for 29. Welker left the game early after the controversial play that got Manning in trouble, with a reported concussion.
8/22/14 - If Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning isn’t ready for the 2014 regular season, he doesn’t need much more work to get there. Manning was 12 for 14 passing with a 17-yard scoring toss to Julius Thomas, while Demaryius Thomas hauled in five balls for 37 yards and the Broncos ruined the NFL opening of Levi’s Stadium for San Francisco 34-8. (The overall first event was a San Jose Earthquakes soccer match against visiting Seattle.) The Broncos’ defense also shined, picking off a pair of 49er passes, recovering a fumble, and stopping the Niners in a goal line stand on the last drive of the game.
8/15/14 - Denver Broncos running back Montee Ball was back at training camp this week after having an appendectomy just five days earlier. Ball woke up on August 3 with abdominal pain, and by very early morning the next day was in even more discomfort, prompting him to contact the Broncos’ training staff. Several hours later, he underwent surgery on August 4. However, although Ball was back at training camp the next weekend, it was as an observer on the sidelines; he is making good progress in healing but as of right now he still isn’t ure when he will resume training or when he will play. “When you see me back in pads, you will know I am ready.”
8/8/14 - Yes, it’s only a preseason game. But winning is satisfaction, right? The last time the Denver Broncos squared off against Seattle, it was in chilly East Rutherford, N.J. in Super Bowl XLVII, and the Broncos looked lost and overwhelmed by the time all was said and done. So as luck would have it, the Broncos and Seahawks squared off in the first game of preseason for each team on Thursday night, and the Broncos prevailed 21-16. The game was delayed for a while in the first half due to lightning in the area, but once the game got under way, quarterback Peyton Manning delivered a performance described by the Denver Post as “efficient, and tough” – he was knocked down on his first pass play but still completed it to Demaryius Thomas for 15 yards. Of the non-starters, one of the top performances came from running back Juwan Thompson, who picked up a total of 59 yards in his first five carries.
7/28/14 -The biggest story for the Denver Broncos this week comes not on the field, but off, as owner Pat Bowlen will be relinquishing control of the team to president Joe Ellis, while placing his ownership in trust. Bowlen, who guided the Broncos to six Super Bowls, winning two, is fighting Alzheimer’s disease, has stated that his long-term goal is for one of his children to assume running the team once they’re ready, and that his family has no plans to put the team up for sale. Ellis said, “It’s a really, really sad day…sad for his family, his wife and his seven children.” Bowlen had first reported to the Denver Post newspaper in 2009 that he was experiencing short term memory loss, but only acknowledged this week that the condition had developed into the incurable Alzheimer’s, a degenerative brain disease.
7/18/14 - USA Today reports that the Denver Broncos are in negotiations with a pair of pass-catching Thomases – wide receiver Demaryius and tight end Julius. The Broncos have made offers to both and intend to continue with negotiations after training camp opens on July 24. General manager John Elway said to the newspaper, “Nothing is going to get done before camp, but we’ll keep talking to them in camp.” The pair teamed up for a total of 157 catches and 26 touchdowns last season, and both are entering the final year of their rookie contracts; Demaryius was a first-round pick in 2010, while Julius was a fourth-round selection the following year.
7/14/14 - One story could very well lead to the other coming true. The Denver Broncos, coming off a record-breaking season in 2013, could be even better in 2014, according to offensive coordinator Adam Gase. “Oh yeah, we can be better,” Gase told ESPN.com recently. “We can do some things better, we can make better calls, I can make better calls, I can get us in better situations,” Gase said. One of those ways is apparently to move a little bit away from the high-flying passing game that brought them to the doorstep of a league championship; but if Gase is successful, it could mean another NFL record gets extended: that of number of Most Valuable Player trophies won by a single player. Online sports book Bovada.com has quarterback Peyton Manning at 3:1 odds to win his sixth MVP.
6/23/14 - Interesting things happening on the defensive side of the ball for the defending AFC champs, the Denver Broncos, where they’ve signed DeMarcus Ware to pair up with Von Miller – and the duo have already set a lofty goal: to be the best pass-rushing duo in the National Football League. In a story in the Denver Post, Ware went on record to say, “We want to have as many sacks as one team.” It’s a goal that is well within reach for Ware and Miller; last season’s low squads in sacks, Jacksonville and Chicago, collected just 31 sacks each. Achieving that distinction would also set a Denver team record, eclipsing the 29 ½ sack mark set in 2012 by Miller and Elvis Dumervil, who left for Baltimore before the 2013 season.
6/6/14 - Denver Broncos running back Montee Ball has a simple goal this year, and that’s to get in better sync with his quarterback, Peyton Manning. Ball is the fellow atop the depth charts (“All the competition is for second,” says , Broncos offensive coordinator), and the trick now is to keep up with the NFL’s play-caller most likely to check down at the line. It took Ball, one of the great running backs in Big Ten history at Wisconsin, three-quarters of the season to be able to anticipate Manning’s audibles; once he was able to do that, his performance picked up in the latter part of the season. Ball hopes to reward the Broncos’ faith in him in 2014, and their decision not to replace the departed Knowshon Moreno.
5/30/14 - The local Denver Post wrote about two of the Denver Broncos’ receivers recently. As regards Wes Welker, the Post wondered if this coming season would be the last in Broncos blue and orange for the 33 year old, at that age the ninth oldest receiver in the NFL. The Post noted that the Broncos have signed a pair of new candidates in Emanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer. In another piece, the Post held forth on Demaryius Thomas, believing the 6’3”, 227 pound wideout to be “en route to stardom,” having refined his route-running acumen from watching the likes of Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald. Thomas played his college ball at Georgia Tech, a program not known for its passing prowess, so route precision had to be his focus, and the practice has paid off, as Thomas nearly quadrupled his reception totals in his second two year period over his first.
5/27/14 - Of the half-dozen draft picks made by the Denver Broncos in the 2014 NFL Draft, exactly half of them – including their first round pick – were defensive players. Although there were some questions about the man they chose 31st overall, Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby, most being character issues, the Broncos ultimately felt comfortable making the pick, having done homework beforehand. The other big splash the Broncos made was trading up to make the selection of Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer in the second round; some observers felt the Super Bowl runners-up may have overpaid to trade up to get Latimer. Still, Latimer gives Peyton Manning another solid option to throw to.
5/12/14 - Perpetually in a win-now mindset, John Elway believes his Denver Broncos have closed the gap between themselves and the Seattle Seahawks following the 2014 Draft. The Broncos attempted to move up in the first round, but were unable to secure a trade. As such, Denver selected CB Bradley Roby at No. 31 and made the smartest steal of Round 2 with Cody Latimer (WR out of Indiana picked at No. 56). The Mile High team is looking to become the first Super Bowl runner-up to win it all the next year since 1973—see if they can do it with Denver Broncos tickets 2014!
4/16/14 - Want an instant replay? The Denver Broncos open up their preseason schedule with a rematch of Super Bowl XLVIII. They'll host Seattle at Mile High during Week 1 (Aug 7-10), but have the Broncos reclaimed their mojo after the Seahawks dealt them a blistering 43-8 rout in New Jersey? This will be the first time in 17 years that the Broncos will open preseason at home, so they'll be sure to bring their A–game! In Week 2 (Aug 14-18), Denver will visit San Francisco to play the first-ever game at Levi's Stadium, the 49ers' new home. The Broncos have been busy stacking their defense all off-season, there will be many big-time additions to the roster including DeMarcus Ware, Aqib Talib and TJ Ward.
2/11/14 – Will the Denver Broncos kick of the 2014 NFL season in a Super Bowl XLVIII rematch against the Seattle Seahawks? It’s possible as the Broncos are scheduled to play the Super Bowl champs on the road this season. The bigger question for the AFC Champions, is whether or not they can keep their roster together for the upcoming year. Eric Decker, Knowshon Moreno, and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie are slated to become free agents on Mar 11. If the unit can stay intact, expect the 35 point loss at the big game to drive them closer together and motivate them to have a big 2014 campaign!
1/20/14 - Peyton Manning bested Tom Brady with a 16-26 victory in yesterday's championship game, carrying his Denver Broncos over the New England Patriots to take the AFC crown and advance to Super Bowl XLVIII. While the Pats nearly came back in the fourth quarter with a 13-point surge, Denver’s defense stepped up and shut them down for the penultimate victory at Mile High. Now, the No. 1 offense in the league will take on the Seattle Seahawks, with the No. 2 defense in the league, at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey for Super Bowl 2014. Peyton Manning could put the cherry on top of his record-breaking season with a victory on Feb 2 by becoming the first quarterback in NFL history to have won Super Bowl rings from two different teams. Be there to see history in the making! Razorgator has the cheapest Super Bowl 2014 tickets you can find: get-in for just $2042! Super Bowl tickets are averaging $4027 after the championship game—score some now, cause they’re bound to go quick!
1/13/14 - Utterly smashing postseason jitters, the Denver Broncos forcefully snuffed out the resurgent San Diego Chargers, 17-24, advancing one step closer to the ultimate goal. Now, the Broncos are pitted against the New England Patriots in round three of playoffs. Peyton Manning and his team were never doubted this season, breaking records and putting up extraordinary numbers week in and week out—but can they do the same when they meet Tom Brady and the Patriots this Sunday? Will the Broncos’ defense hold up, or is Manning doomed to fall to Brady in another postseason round? See who will be crowned AFC Conference Champions in this dream AFC title match and win a trip to Super Bowl XLVIII! Denver Broncos tickets at Sports Authority Field at Mile High start at $336 and average at $797.
1/6/14 - The Denver Broncos will enter playoffs to take on the San Diego Chargers at Mile High this Sunday. San Diego upset Cincinnati to advance and, earlier in the season, they were the only team to defeat the Broncos at Denver. But with Peyton Manning and his many offensive weapons well rested after their bye, can the Chargers even stack up? Denver Broncos playoff tickets for their AFC divisional round game are $363 on average.
12/30/13 - The Denver Broncos routed the Oakland Raiders 34-14 yesterday, and have clinched the best-case scenario they have been gunning for all season. The Broncos secured a first-round bye and home field advantage with the No.1 AFC spot. Peyton Manning broke another record on Sunday: he surpassed Drew Brees’ total passing-yards record on the season (5,477) and added more touchdowns to his tally of 55 on the season for the record, making the Broncos the highest scoring team in NFL history. The AFC West Champions will host the lowest remaining seeded winner of the Wild Card round; from the litter of Kansas City, Indianapolis and San Diego, the Colts are favored to take on Denver on January 12 for a Manning-Luck rematch. Denver Broncos playoffs tickets are among the hottest of the second round, at $142 to start and $551 on average to see Peyton Manning and crew make some more history!
12/23/13 - The Denver Broncos showcased another masterful victory, this time over the failed Houston Texans (37-13), to finally clinch the AFC West and a first-round bye. The Broncos were already the first team in NFL history to have four different players with at least 10 scores on the season, but after Eric Decker’s two TDs yesterday, Denver’s unstoppable offense now features five. Peyton Manning broke yet another record, surpassing Tom Brady’s single-season record, with his 51st touchdown pass yesterday morning. This Sunday, Manning is sure to rack up more scores when the Broncos hit the road pitted against the Oakland Raiders for their last regular season match. Denver Broncos tickets are a mere $43 to get-in and see them in person before prices explode for playoffs! Denver Broncos playoff tickets start at $236.
12/16/13 - The Denver Broncos lost their last home game of regular season, defeated by the San Diego Chargers 27-20 on Thursday night. Philip Rivers and company kept Peyton Manning on the sidelines for most of the game, racking up an inordinate amount of ball possession time and shaking up Denver’s position as top seed in the AFC West. Broncos fans are betting it's not their last chance to see Denver at home, as home field advantage for playoffs is looking solid, considering the Patriot's crucial loss yesterday. In Week 16, the Broncos are hoping to bounce back against a team they lost to earlier this season, the now-doomed Houston Texans. Denver Broncos tickets are a lofty $210 on average, but get-in for just $9!
12/9/13- The Denver Broncos put on another superior show yesterday, crushing the Tennessee Titans in Sports Authority Field at Mile High (28-51).Though still behind before halftime, the Broncos ran onto the field in celebration, swarming kicker Matt Prater, who set an NFL record after sinking a whopping 64-yard field goal. Also a record-breaker on Sunday, Peyton Manning now leads the franchise with 39 completions in a single game, shutting down critics who question his performance in cold weather. The boys are on a short week, playing again in a couple days, when they host the San Diego Chargers. Denver Broncos tickets average at $229 and $29 minimum this Thursday night.
12/2/13 - The Denver Broncos bested the Kansas City Chiefs for the second time this season, coming up 35-28 yesterday afternoon. It was the Peyton Manning and Eric Decker show all day: the QB hit his receiver eight times for a career high 174 yards and a whopping 4 touchdowns by Decker. The Broncos and their unstoppable offense are now heavy favorites to remain No. 1 in the AFC: they have four games remaining against teams they have a 32-16 record over. So, things are looking solid, as the Broncos gear up to host the Tennessee Titans. Denver Broncos tickets are much cheaper this week, but still average at $253 a seat and $55 minimum.
11/26/13 - In one of the most hotly anticipated games of the season, the Denver Broncos met AFC foes, the New England Patriots, on Sunday for a Peyton Manning-Tom Brady showdown. Though racking up a 24-point lead, it became apparent that the cold and windy weather chilled the Broncos who fumbled 5 times, leaving way for the Comeback Kid to execute another elite performance to tie it up, eventually gaining field goal position in overtime to seal the victory. Now, the Broncos have just a one game lead over New England for coveted home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs. Manning and company will travel to Arrowhead Stadium to face the dethroned Chiefs for another big match. Denver Broncos tickets at Kansas City are down to $207 on average—much cheaper than last week.
11/18/12 - The #1 Broncos offense outlasted the #1 Chiefs defense in Sunday night’s AFC showdown, as Denver handed Kansas City their first loss of the year, 27-17. Peyton Manning lead his team to victory, throwing 332 yards and a touchdown with the help of his stalwart O line, which worked hard to protect their QB and his injured ankles. Another huge Sunday night game is coming up for the Broncos, who are pitted against the New England Patriots in Week 12 in Foxborough. Denver Broncos tickets for the Manning-Brady showdown are the highest of the week, at $479. It is one of the most anticipated matchups of the season, and a can’t-miss game!most anticipated matches
11/11/13 - The Denver Broncos were able to hold onto their early lead, finishing victorious over the San Diego Chargers on Sunday afternoon (28-20). In their first game without head coach John Fox, Peyton Manning led his team to victory with 4 touchdown passes and no interceptions. They have now scored the most points in NFL history through the first nine games, but next week’s opponent may prove more difficult to pummel. The 8-1 Broncos go head to head against the 9-0 Kansas City Chiefs in Week 11, and someone has to lose. Denver Broncos tickets are expectedly the most expensive of the bunch, at a lofty $213 to get-in and $463 on average. In one of the of the season, don’t miss out on your chance to see which titan will fall Sunday night!
11/5/13 - The Denver Broncos are currently on their bye, with their next game in Week 10 against the San Diego Chargers. Last Saturday, after nearly collapsing whilst playing golf, Denver head coach John Fox was rushed to the hospital where it was revealed that heart surgery was immediately necessary, a procedure Fox had hoped to postpone until after the Super Bowl this year. In his stead, defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio has been named interim head coach while Fox recovers from surgery. Del Rio was the Jacksonville Jaguars head coach from 2003-2011, is extremely respected and well-liked in the league, and has the most head coaching experience on staff. Denver Broncos tickets are $220 on average when Peyton Manning and company pay a visit to the San Diego Chargers in Week 10.
10/29/13 - The Denver Broncos outlasted the Washington Redskins on Sunday, for a 45-21 victory. Tied at the half, the Broncos cleaned up their game and scored 38 consecutive points, effectively shutting down RGIII’s early game pick up, stifling him to just 132 yards. Peyton Manning responded to a 2-touchdown deficit and 4 turnovers, with 4 TDs and 354 yards, while the Broncos defense achieved the most turnovers they’ve had all season, at 5. Their fourth quarter rout of Washington snagged a seventh win for the Broncos, and scored them the franchise record for most points in the fourth (31). The squad is now heading into their bye, but Manning and company will be back in Week 10, to go head to head against Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers in Southern California.
10/22/13 - The Denver Broncos were denied their seventh consecutive victory in an emotionally charged 33-39 loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 7. During warm ups, the night was all about Peyton Manning, who received a warm welcome as he entered his alma mater under Sunday night-lights for the first time as a visitor. But once the game started, Andrew Luck shined, exploiting mistakes made by the seemingly unbeatable team: numerous penalties were committed by Broncos defense and Ronnie Hilman lost a fumble within the Colt’s 5-yard line at the close of the fourth. Peyton was outplayed by his worthy opponent, who threw three touchdowns and ran another, while Manning lost a fumble, threw an interception and was sacked four times by a tough Indy defense; albeit Manning’s play was still remarkable—completing 29 of 49 for 386 yards and 3 TD passes. The Broncos are now 6-1 on the season as they move forward to play the Washington Redskins, in Week 8 back at home, a team that looked sharp in their win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday. Denver Broncos tickets for the RG3 and Peyton Manning showdown are $433 on average, as anticipated, one of the highest priced games of the week.
10/14/13 - The 6-0 Denver Broncos racked up another win this week, over the floundering 0-6 Jacksonville Jaguars, in what was an unexpectedly competitive game on Sunday. With a final score of 35-19, spectators wondered why the match wasn’t more of a blowout as Denver allowed Jacksonville to trail by just 2 points at halftime and granted quarterback Chad Henne 303 passing yards before winning by a (relatively) slim margin of 16 points. Aside from a stellar performance by Knowshon Moreno, who achieved three rushing TDs, it was an uncharacteristically sloppy game for Denver: the Broncos racked up three turnovers and three fumbles. Although they are flying by the competition, the Broncos will attempt to clean up their game if they intend to maintain an undefeated record through Week 7 over the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. Denver Broncos tickets are the hottest of the week, as fans of football are eager to witness Manning’s return to Indy, averaging $317 and boasting the priciest get-in tickets, at $156.
10/7/13 - Peyton Manning and his Denver Broncos made yet another decisive victory this Sunday, defeating Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys. It was a high numbers game: Romo threw for 506 yards and Manning for 414, the offense accumulated 1,039 yards between the two giants, and the score was a high 51-48. Fans were treated to Peyton Manning’s first rushing touchdown since 2008 when he faked a handoff to jog into the end zone, and when Tony Romo threw a late fourth quarter interception, the Broncos capitalized, and ran the clock down to secure a victory with Matt Prater’s game-winning 28-yard field goal to come out on top in Sunday’s battle. The unstoppable quarterback had thrown 19 touchdown passes this season, breaking the record by 4 TDs, before throwing an interception in the fourth quarter. Manning fell just two passes short of breaking Jake Plummer’s franchise record of 229 straight passes without an interception. The undefeated Broncos now have achieved the highest points through the first five games in NFL history, with 230 points. Denver Broncos tickets average at $225 for their Week 6 home game against the woeful Jacksonville Jaguars that should seal another victory. Broncos vs. Jaguars tickets are the only to have seen a fall in average price since the beginning of the season, down $21 a ticket. The Broncos now have the sixth most expensive ticket in the League; at the beginning of the season, the remaining five home games averaged $261.91, now $318.27 (22% increase).
9/30/13 - The Denver Broncos are on fire with a 4-0 record coming into Week 5. The Philadelphia Eagles suffered an embarrassing 52-20 annihilation; the first time the fanchise has topped the 50-point marker. The unstoppable Peyton Manning is achieving a career high, breaking Kurt Wagners record for most touchdown passes through 4 games, and breaking Brett Favre’s record for achieving at least 4 touchdown passes in 24 games.With talk of going undefeated this season, the Denver Broncos will ride their winning streak into Texas this Sunday to play the faltering Dallas Cowboys. Denver Broncos tickets on the road this week average $274.
9/24/13 - Peyton Manning, Wes Welker, Eric Decker and the Denver Broncos are an offensive powerhouse this season. Despite early talk of the aging quarterback’s projected performance, Manning has answered by breaking the record for most touchdown passes through the first three games of a season, previously held by Tom Brady, after a sound victory against the Raiders. Now the Broncos are looking to break the franchise’s 14 consecutive regular-season win record when they play the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday at Mile High in Denver. Tickets for this Broncos game average $297, the highest on the market this week.
Denver Broncos 2014 Season
4/28/14 – The defending AFC Champions will play five primetime games in 2014 – three on Sunday Night Football, one on Monday Night Football, and one on Thursday Night Football. Denver opens the regular season at home against Indianapolis (get-in $156); the Week 7 loss last season was the Broncos first of the year. The meeting is Peyton Manning’s second against the Colts since leaving the franchise. Week 2 is sure to deliver a high-scoring affair as Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs (get-in $112) travel to Mile High. Two of the Broncos road games are among the top 5 most expensive games
this season in the NFL - September 21 rematch with Super Bowl XLVIII champions Seattle Seahawks (avg. $504) and November 2 Manning vs. Brady meeting (avg. $554). After reaching the Super Bowl last season, Denver Broncos tickets are up 20 percent, averaging $381 for the 2014 season.
The Denver Broncos finished last season with a 13-3 record as AFC West Division Champs. With the additions of Wes Welker and Montee Ball to the Broncos roster this offseason, Denver is a heavy favorite to win the Division again in 2013. Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, however, are looking for more than just a Division Championship; more than a Conference Championship. The Broncos want to win Super Bowl XLVlll. It would be the team's first Super Bowl victory since 1998.
Broncos tickets last year averaged $226 and were tenth most expensive in the League. This year, Denver Broncos tickets are averaging $270 and are again one of the top 10 most expensive tickets in the NFL. The 2013 Broncos schedule is filled with primetime matchups this season. The NFL regular season will kick off at Sports Authority Field in a rematch of last year’s Divisional Round Playoff game – Denver Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens. The Thursday night opener is averaging $412 and is the most expensive of all Denver Broncos home games.
The Denver Broncos will be tested on the road in 2013. First, a Week 2 matchup against the New York Giants; the Manning brothers will meet at MetLife Stadium in the third most expensive game of the entire 2013 NFL season. Later in the season, the Broncos will travel to Foxborough to play Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Wes Welker will make his return to Gillette Stadium. The Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots game is the most expensive NFL game in 2013.