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Von Miller returns to the Broncos to lead a stifling defense that also features DeMarcus Ware, Aqib Talib and Chris Harris Jr. Trevor Siemian is expected to take most of the snaps at quarterback and he'll have big targets Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders to throw to down the field. C.J. Anderson, Ronnie Hillman and Devontae Booker will power the Broncos running game as Denver looks to build on its Super Bowl-winning season. Score your seats at Mile High Stadium today—Denver Broncos tickets are on sale now!
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The Denver Broncos beat the Jaguars in their latest outing on December 4, bringing their record to 8-4 for the season. After a scoreless first quarter, Denver finally were able to go on the board and nabbed 10 points to go into the locker room at the half leading the Jaguars 10-3. The Broncos added another 10 in the second half and only let the Jaguars get another seven to win the game 20-10. Paxton Lynch completed 12 of 24 passes for a total of 104 yards. The Broncos head to Tennessee to play the Titans on December 11, and it is not too late to get tickets to the game. Prices start at $43.
The Denver Broncos had a bye this week after their narrow win over the Saints on the 13. They are preparing to host the Chiefs over Thanksgiving weekend on November 27. The latest injury report finds Matt Paradis missing out on Thursday but he was back on Wednesday and expected to play over the weekend. Aib Talib and Derek Wolfe were back in practice. However, Casey Kreiter missed out on Thursday and was limited on Wednesday due to an injury to the calf. After the Chiefs, the Broncos head out to play the Jaguars on December 4. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $102.
Last week marked a sad occasion for fans and players of the Denver Broncos. They visited Oakland last Sunday for a rivalry match with the Raiders. Denver is notorious for beating the Raiders at home. In fact, that’s what they have done for the past five years. That wasn’t the case last Sunday, however, as Derek Carr and the rest of Oakland managed to overthrow the visitors. The Raiders won the match 30 - 20 and ended their losing streak against the Broncos. Denver will remain on the road this week before returning to Mile High Stadium for another rivalry clash with the Chiefs. Tickets are available for $141 and up.
The Denver Broncos added another win to their record when they beat the Chargers on October 30. Trevor Siemian completed 20 of 38 passes for a total of 276 yards. The Broncos were the first to get on the board when they got a field goal in the first quarter, but the Chargers scored a touchdown soon after to get ahead. The Broncos scored a touchdown in the second and third to gain the lead. Another touchdown and a field goal in the fourth quarter secured their win, despite two touchdowns by the Chargers. The Broncos heat to Oakland to play the Raiders on November 6. Tickets remain available for prices starting at $165.
Before the season even began for the Denver Broncos, there was a lot of hype regarding the quarterback position and if whomever they chose was going to be able to fill the shoes of Peyton Manning. However, this season has gone surprisingly well for the Broncos as they are tied for the first place position in the AFC West standings. Last week they took it to the Houston Texans and showed the Texas team who was boss. The Denver Broncos finally got in the groove offensively in the middle of the second quarter and didn’t stop. The final score was 27-9 for the Broncos. Catch the Denver team live when they play against the San Diego Chargers on October 30. Tickets are still available.
A night of penalties proved costly for the Denver Broncos, who at 4-2, moved down to No. 6 in the NFL power rankings and to No. 2 in the AFC West this week. After amassing over 100 yards in lost yardage from the flags, the Broncos couldn’t overtake the Chargers, and the game ended in a 23-16 loss. Both sides of the ball need to work out some kinks, and the obvious lack of leadership after Peyton Manning’s departure last season is becoming another real problem. Denver will host Houston this Monday, Oct. 24, at Sports Authority Field. Come show your support as the Broncos look to end their two-game losing streak! Tickets can be purchased for $121 and up.
Heading into Sunday’s match against the Falcons, the Denver Broncos were hopeful they could extend their undefeated season to five games in a row. With Denver’s strong defensive presence, Atlanta offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan had to formulate a plan for how to get his team into the end zone. His plan worked and the Falcons outscored the Broncos 23-16. Moving to Week 6, the Broncos will look to strengthen their offensive line and outmaneuver the San Diego Chargers, but they’ll have to do that without head coach Gary Kubiak, who is trying to recover from a complex migraine. That game happens this Thursday, Oct. 13, at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. Get tickets today for $50 and up.
The Denver Broncos are now one of the last remaining undefeated teams in the NFL, which comes as a surprise to fans and adversaries alike. The team has done it all with virtually no starting quarterback, frequently swapping out Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch. Your offense doesn’t seem to matter much when you have the defensive abilities of Von Miller and Aqib Talib. The Broncos took down the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 - 7 last weekend, and they did it on the road. Denver is now 4 - 0 and solidly first in the AFC West. Catch them at home this weekend against the Atlanta Falcons. Tickets are $118 and up.
We don’t know how they’re doing it, but the Denver Broncos are proving they don’t need Peyton Manning to be a formidable football force. The Broncos are now one of a few teams who are still undefeated at 3 - 0. They added the third victory last weekend after beating the Cincinnati Bengals on the road 29 - 17. Much of Denver’s power lies in their running game as well as their top-tier defense. As long as they are winning, however, fans are happy. Catch the Broncos when they return to Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Sunday, October 9 to host the Atlanta Falcons. Tickets are $38 and up.
The Denver Broncos are 2-0 in the season after beating the Colts 34-20 on September 18. With just under two minutes left in the game, the Broncos had just a 6-point lead over the Colts. Then, Von Miller swiped the ball from the Colts' quarterbacks' hands, leaving it open for Shane Ray to scoop it up and return it for 15 yards to score a touchdown. Their defense also sacked Luck five times. Aqib Talib scored a 46-yar touchdown off an interception in the fourth quarter. Trevor Siemian completed 22 of 33 passes for 266 yards. The Broncos head to Cincinnati to play the Bengals on September 25. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at $24.
The Denver Broncos may have come away with a 21-20 Week 1 win over the Carolina Panthers, but not all players came out unscathed. A pair of helmet hits on Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is costing two Broncos players up to $24,000 in fines. Defenders Brandon Marshall and Darian Stewart are the offenders, but both are contesting the punishment for illegal hits. “I’m not going to change the way I play the game,” Stewart recently commented. Denver will play Week 2 at home against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, Sept. 18. Join your fellow Broncos fans at Sports Authority Field in Mile High City. Tickets cost just $100 and up.
The Denver Broncos had an impressive start the to 2016 NFL season when they narrowly beat the Carolina Panthers in a replay of the Super Bowl on September 8. The Panthers were ahead at the half 17-7. After a scoreless third quarter, the Broncos finally found their groove and scored 14 points to the Panthers' 3 to narrowly win 21-20. It was a nail biter of an ending, with the Panthers missing a field goal with just seconds remaining of the game. Trevor Siemian threw one touchdown pass and had 18 of 26 completed passes for 178 yards. The team plays the Colts at home on September 18, and you can still get tickets for $38.
For the Denver Broncos, they have some big shoes to fill after superstar quarterback, Peyton Manning, retired last year. There has been a lot of speculation about who was going to take his place and this week it was confirmed that Trevor Siemian is going to fill the coveted spot. He was able to beat out second string, Mark Sanchez, who is by far a more experienced quarterback than Siemian. However, the Broncos seem to trust Siemian and want to see what he can do when put in the hot seat. Get your tickets to catch all of the action live starting on September 8 against the Carolina Panthers. Tickets are still available and start at $38 each.
The Denver Broncos looked less than ready to kickoff the regular season in their last game, with two of their three potential starting quarterbacks proving unreliable. Mark Sanchez and Paxton Lynch each botched several plays and turned over the ball in their time on the field. In fact, neither has been selected to play against the Los Angeles Rams, the Broncos’ next battle, this Saturday, August 27. Instead, the role will go to Trevor Siemian. The upcoming match against the Rams is Denver’s third game in preseason, meaning all starting players should see their share of game time. Tickets to the match at Sports Authority Field at Mile High currently start at $38.
Although the Denver Broncos may have a quarterback situation following the retirement of Peyton Manning, it also looks like they have two viable options moving forward in the preseason. Mark Sanchez and backup quarterback Trevor Siemian both looked impressive in practice this week. Unfortunately, however, the defending Super Bowl champions are now down one defender. Lineman Derek Wolfe left the Broncos’ joint practice with the San Francisco 49ers early with an ankle injury. Come find out how this loss affects Denver when they host the 49ers this Saturday, August 20 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Tickets are still available for purchase starting at prices as low as $38.
The most common topic of conversation when it comes to the Denver Broncos is who is going to fill Peyton Manning's shoes as quarterback. Many assumed that it would be 7-year veteran, Mark Sanchez, but Trevor Siemian is the dark horse that may take the quarterback starting position. Siemian has been recovering from a knee injury for a little while and was even considering going into real estate when this opportunity for the Broncos presented itself. Both Sanchez and Siemian played equal quarters in the preseason game against the Chicago Bears and the combination gave the Broncos the win. See what will happen when the Broncos start their season this September. Get your tickets today before it's too late.
The 2016 Denver Broncos will be an interesting team to watch. Coming off a Super Bowl victory, the Broncos don’t have many laurels to rest on, as Peyton Manning’s retirement was never in question. With Manning and Osweiler both out of town, fans are waiting to see if Mark Sanchez or the relatively unknown Trevor Siemian will take the helm for the season opener against the Carolina Panthers on September 8. For those looking to watch the drama unfold in the preseason, the Broncos host the San Francisco 49ers on August 20 and the Los Angeles Rams on the August 27. Tickets for the SF game start at $38, and seats for Denver vs. LA start at $32.
The Denver Broncos are the Super Bowl reigning champs, but they did loose a huge piece to their puzzle, Peyton Manning. Manning retired after the 2015 season ended, leaving the Broncos with a lot of quarterbacks that don’t have a solid record. During the draft the Broncos traded two draft picks in order to move up five positions in the first round picks. With this move they were able to acquire University of Memphis’ quarterback, Paxton Lynch. Lynch is built big and has a lot of potential. He will not start for the Broncos this year because he has a lot of improving to do, but he will be playing second string under first string, Mark Sanchez.
Denver Broncos Matchups
Broncos vs Raiders Tickets
Broncos vs Raiders is a historic rivalry that has been in place since these two teams were put in the same division in 1960. The Broncos beat the Raiders in their first game 31-14. Ever since then these two rivals have been trying to outdo each other. While the Raiders have been the better of the two teams in terms of overall win/loss record, the Broncos have the edge in terms of most recent success, having captured the Super Bowl last year over the dominant Carolina Panthers. Broncos fans know they’ll have to secure their tickets as they play host to the Raiders on New Year’s Day at Sports Authority Field.
Broncos vs Chargers Tickets
Denver Broncos vs San Diego Chargers is a longtime rivalry dating back to the inception of the AFL in 1960. These two teams have always shared the same division and Broncos fans know who has the decided edge. With an overall record of 63 wins, 49 losses, and one tie, the Broncos have dominated the Chargers since the beginning. Broncos fans will want that streak to continue this year, as the Broncos play host to their rivals from the southwest on October 30th at Sports Authority Field.
Broncos vs Chiefs Tickets
The Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs have a rivalry dating back to the 1960’s where the Chiefs had the early edge in this rivalry. It didn’t take long for the Broncos to get their bearings, as they’ve had a winning record against the Chiefs every decade since then. In the 2010’s alone the Broncos have a shocking 9-3 edge over their rivals in the Midwest. Broncos fans know that if they’re to defend their Super Bowl Championship they’ll have to be ready as they play host to the Chiefs on Sunday November 27th at Sports Authority Field.
Denver Broncos Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels
Need to know when the Denver Broncos are playing this season? Razorgator has you covered with the complete 2016 Denver Broncos schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
|1||Thu, Sep 8||vs Carolina||8:30 PM NBC|
|2||Sun, Sep 18||vs Indianapolis||4:25 PM CBS|
|3||Sun, Sep 25||@ Cincinnati||1:00 PM CBS|
|4||Sun, Oct 2||@ Tampa Bay||4:05 PM CBS|
|5||Sun, Oct 9||vs Atlanta||4:05 PM FOX|
|6||Thu, Oct 13||@ San Diego||8:25 PM CBS|
|7||Mon, Oct 24||vs Houston||8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|8||Sun, Oct 30||vs San Diego||4:05 PM CBS|
|9||Sun, Nov 6||@ Oakland||8:30 PM NBC|
|10||Sun, Nov 13||@ New Orleans||1:00 PM CBS|
|11||BYE WEEK|| || |
|12||Sun, Nov 27||vs Kansas City||4:25 PM CBS|
|13||Sun, Dec 4||@ Jacksonville||1:00 PM CBS|
|14||Sun, Dec 11||@ Tennessee||1:00 PM CBS|
|15||Sun, Dec 18||vs New England||4:25 PM CBS|
|16||Sun, Dec 25||@ Kansas City||8:30 PM NBC|
|17||Sun, Jan 1||vs Oakland||4:25 PM CBS|