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Best Broncos Coverage: Week 3 (2021) – Denver vs. New York

Sep 24, 2021, 6:04 AM | Updated: 11:39 am
Week 3 – Broncos vs. Jets...
Week 3 – Broncos vs. Jets

For the first time in nearly 750 days, the Denver Broncos will host a full-capacity crowd Sunday for their home opener against the New York Jets.

» When: Sunday, Sept. 26

» Kickoff: 2:05 p.m. MDT

» Where: Empower Field at Mile High

» Records: Denver (2-0) / New York (0-2)

» Fan Pregame Coverage: Shawn Drotar from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. | Nate Jackson and John Davis from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. | Nick Ferguson and Cecil Lammey from 10:30 a.m. to noon | The Fan Football Pregame with DMac and Evans live from Ironworks from noon to kickoff (More info: DenverFan.com/Pregame)

» Halftime Chill: Join Rachel Vigil, James Merilatt and DMac LIVE on Facebook and Twitter to break down all the first-half action

» Fan Postgame: React first along with Sandy Clough on the Fan Football Postgame starting at the two-minute warning

» Television: CBS

Game notes

» The Denver Broncos will host their first full-capacity regular season game since Dec. 29, 2019, in their home opener Sunday against the New York Jets

» All-time against the Jets, the Broncos own a 20-16-1 (.541) record, including victories in six of their last eight matchups

» With a win against New York, Denver would start a season 3-0 for the first time since 2016 and would improve their record in home openers since 2000 to 19-3

» Broncos head coach Vic Fangio owns a 19-9 record against rookie quarterbacks as a defensive coordinator or head coach following a win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 2

» With a completion percentage of 75 percent or higher, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater would join Peyton Manning as the only Denver quarterbacks to hit that mark in three consecutive games

» Pass rusher Von Miller needs one sack to pass Greg Townsend Jr. (109.5) for sole possession of 23rd on the NFL’s all-time list

» With a touchdown reception, wide receiver Tim Patrick would become the first Broncos player since Demaryius Thomas (Weeks 8-10 in 2017) to grab a touchdown in three consecutive games

 

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