After weeks of anticipation, we finally know when and where the Broncos will play their 16 games.
The Broncos will open the season Sunday, September 9 at Mile High Stadium against the Seahawks. The Broncos will also play two Monday Night Football games, on Oct. 1 against the division rival Chiefs and on Christmas Eve against the Raiders.
The Broncos will be a little front-loaded when it comes to home games, with three of the first four at Mile High Stadium and five of the first nine at home prior to the team’s bye week in week 10.
The team released its preseason schedule several weeks ago, featuring games against the Vikings, Bears, Washington and Cardinals.
|Date||Opponent||Time (Mountain Time)|
|Sun. Sept. 9||Seattle Seahawks||2:25 p.m.|
|Sun. Sept. 16||Oakland Raiders||2:25 p.m.|
|Sun. Sept. 23||@ Baltimore Ravens||11:00 a.m.|
|Mon. Oct. 1||Kansas City Chiefs||6:15 p.m.|
|Sun. Oct 7||@ New York Jets||11:00 a.m.|
|Sun Oct. 14||L.A. Rams||2:05 p.m.|
|Thu.. Oct. 18||@ Arizona Cardinals||5:20 p.m.|
|Sun. Oct. 28||@ Kansas City Chiefs||11:00 a.m.|
|Sun. Nov. 4||Houston Texans||2:05 p.m.|
|Sun. Nov. 18||L.A. Chargers||2:05 p.m.|
|Sun. Nov. 25||Pittsburgh Steelers||2:25 p.m.|
|Sun. Dec. 2||@ Cincinnati Bengals||11:00 a.m.|
|Sun. Dec. 9||@ San Francisco 49ers||2:05 p.m.|
|Sun. Dec. 15||Cleveland Browns||TBD|
|Mon. Dec. 24||@Oakland Raiders||4:15 p.m.|
|Sun. Dec. 30||L.A. Chargers||2:25 p.m.|