The Denver Broncos have published their schedule for the 2015 NFL Season. You may be wondering what it will look like. Broncos fans have plenty of options. Here are some things to keep in mind when deciding on your 2015 Broncos schedule. First, the Broncos will be playing at home for six of their final seven regular season games. In fact, the Broncos have won six of the last ten seasons, which is a trend to look forward to.
In addition to the four games in October, the Broncos play six in November, including four primetime games. The first primetime game is against the Kansas City Chiefs. Arrowhead Stadium will be filled with Chiefs fans, just like they are every time Manning takes to the field. If they win that game, they’ll have something to play for. This is not to suggest that the Broncos will not be booed, but it is still a crucial game to win.
The 2015 Broncos’ schedule is a mix of home and road games. Although their home games are the best, four of their six first six road games will be played. In between, the Broncos will play the Bengals and Chargers at Sports Authority Field. These teams are among the six teams that have beaten the Broncos in the last two years, but this season they’ll be playing the Ravens, whom they’ve beaten twice in the past two years. Gary Kubiak will be the offensive coordinator for this year’s Bengals.
Another thing to consider when planning your 2015 Broncos schedule is that the team plays on Sundays. This means you can plan your weekend around these games. The Broncos also play a few preseason matches in addition to their regular season. You can also use their home-field advantage to attend the Sunday afternoon game. There are many important games on the Broncos schedule. In order to stay up to date on the team’s schedule, check the Broncos’ website.
The Denver Broncos’ run game has been a problem this season. They are unable to run the ball consistently against division rivals. They have won five consecutive games with Manning as quarterback, and each of those seven wins has been by a touchdown. They will need to improve their running game. You can expect them to find it by beating the Chiefs on Sunday.
In the divisional round, Manning and Luck will play again. Denver hopes to reverse the trend as the two teams last met in 2004 on Thanksgiving Day. The Broncos have lost to Detroit four times in the past decade, with a total of five losses. The Broncos defeated the Colts 44-7 in 2011 and 41-10 at Ford Field four years ago. The Vikings last visited Denver in 2007, and their new quarterback may be the difference between the two teams winning.
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