The Denver Broncos unveiled their 2020-21 schedule Thursday evening.
Similar to last season, Vic Fangio's team will open their season on Monday Night Football when they host the Tennessee Titans on Sept. 14th. It will be the first of six meetings with playoff teams from the previous campaign.
Denver's first road contest will come week 2 when they travel to Pittsburgh to battle the Steelers.
Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will kickoff the team's NFC South slate in Week 3. The Saints will be in town week 12, while the Orange and Blue will see the Falcons and Panthers away from Mile High in weeks 9 and 14, respectively.
Expect some tough showdowns with the AFC East as well. In weeks 4 and 5, Denver will travel to meet the Jets and Patriots. The Dolphins and Bills split the season, visiting Empower Field during Weeks 6 and 15.
The Broncos open AFC West play week 7 when they host the reigning Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs and meet them again week 13. Denver was outscored 53-9 against star quarterback Pat Mahomes and company in 2019-20.
Having moved to Las Vegas, Denver is set to play at the Raider's new Allegiant Stadium week 10 and close with the Silver and Black week 17.
Despite a tough start, the Broncos finished 3-3 in conference last year. This year's bye week for the team will come in week 8.