The Denver Broncos are an American football team based in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos compete in the National Football League as a member club of the league’s American Football Conference West division.
Denver Broncos NFL Schedule 2017
Oct. 30 at Kansas City Chiefs (6:30 p.m., ESPN) — In its second Monday Night Football appearance, Denver gets its first crack at K.C., the defending AFC West co-champion which waxed the Broncos 33-10 last season at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs finished 2-0 against Denver in 2016, scoring a combined 63 points.
Nov. 5 at Philadelphia Eagles (11 a.m., CBS) — The Broncos remain on the road and play the third of four teams from the NFC East. The Eagles were a disappointing 7-9 last year, but 6-2 at home.
Nov. 12 vs. New England Patriots (6:30 p.m., NBC) — The Broncos host the Pats for the third consecutive year. New England, the defending champion, beat Denver last year after losing in overtime in 2015 and in the AFC championship game. Once again, the Broncos are spared a trip to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
Nov. 19 vs. Cincinnati Bengals (2:25 p.m., CBS) — The only AFC North opponent on Denver’s schedule, the Broncos host the Bengals for a Sunday afternoon game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Denver is 21-9 all-time against Cincy.
Nov. 26 at Oakland Raiders (2:25 p.m., CBS) — The two-game series finale against the Raiders is the second-to-last divisional matchup for the Broncos.
Dec. 3 at Miami Dolphins (11 a.m., CBS) — Vance Joseph‘s reunion. The Broncos’ first-year head coach was the Dolphins’ defensive coordinator last season. Also, McCoy will work against his former disciple, Adam Gase, the Dolphins’ head coach. McCoy and Gase helped build the Denver offenses for Tim Tebow and Peyton Manning.
Dec. 10 vs. New York Jets (2:05 p.m., CBS) — This will be the first game between the teams since 2014, when Ronnie Hillman had 100 yards rushing and Aqib Talib made a 22-yard pick-six with 15 seconds remaining to secure a 31-17 victory in East Rutherford, N.J.
Dec. 14 at Indianapolis Colts (6:25 p.m., NBC, NFLN) — This is Denver’s lone Thursday night contest. The all-time record between Indy and Denver is 13-13, with the Colts holding a slight advantage in scoring (597 to 573). The Broncos won early last year at home, 34-20, with linebacker Shane Ray scoring the game’s final points on a 15-yard fumble recovery converted for touchdown in the waning minutes.
Dec. 24 at Washington Redskins (11 a.m., CBS) — On Christmas Eve, the Broncos conclude their four-game set against the NFC East. Denver last played Washington in 2013, outscoring the Redskins 31-0 in the fourth quarter of a 45-21 triumph in the Mile High City.
Dec. 31 vs. Kansas City Chiefs (2:25 p.m., CBS) — The Broncos’ final divisional game could dictate their playoff fate. Last season, two losses to the Chiefs cost the defending world champions a chance to repeat.
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