Complete list of Broncos 2020 opponents released by the NFL

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Dec 30, 2019, 2:24 PM | Updated: 2:24 pm
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Now that the NFL’s final standings are set for the 2019 season, the league has released the complete list of every team’s opponents for next year. Most of the matchups were already known, as team’s playing against a division from the AFC and the NFC on a rotating basis. But the final two games, against the other two teams from a team’s conferences, are based on the standings. It was those two showdowns that have now been determined.

For the Broncos, they already knew they’d be playing against the AFC East and NFC South in 2020. Those eight games, combined with the six matchups within the AFC West, got them to 14 games next year. The remaining two opponents were determined by the fact that the Broncos finished second in the AFC West.

As a result of the standings, Denver will play the second place teams from the AFC North and AFC South. That means they’ll face the Steelers and Titans. Tennessee is a playoff team, while Pittsburgh was in the race until the final week of the season.

Had Denver lost to the Raiders on Sunday, they would’ve finished third in the AFC West. That would’ve resulted in games against the Browns and Colts in 2020.

Here’s a full list of the Broncos home and road opponents next season:

Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Chargers
Oakland Raiders
Buffalo Bills
Miami Dolphins
New Orleans Saints
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tennessee Titans

Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Chargers
Oakland Raiders
New England Patriots
New York Jets
Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers
Pittsburgh Steelers

The dates for each game will be announced at some point in April, when the NFL releases the 2020 schedule.

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Complete list of Broncos 2020 opponents released by the NFL