Denver Broncos Schedule & Ticket Info: Weekly Matchup Analysis - uSports.org

Log In

  • Home  /
  • News   / Daily Digest   /
  • Denver Broncos Schedule & Ticket Info: Weekly Matchup Analysis
Denver Broncos Schedule & Ticket Info: Weekly Matchup Analysis Full view

HOUSTON, TX - DECEMBER 8: DeAndre Hopkins #10 of the Houston Texans is hit after catching a pass and has the ball knocked Kareem Jackson #22 of the Denver Broncos during the first half at NRG Stadium on December 8, 2019 in Houston, Texas. The Broncos defeated the Texans 38-24.

Denver Broncos Schedule & Ticket Info: Weekly Matchup Analysis

The NFL schedule has been released and with that, it means that fans can start buying tickets for the 2020 season. Over the course of the next few weeks, we here at uSports will be dissecting the regular season schedules of each of the NFL teams, and tell you what games you are going to want to attend.

GET DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS HERE!

The Denver Broncos are probably the team I am most excited to watch in 2020. Despite going 7-9 last season, the Broncos have made some moves that might not guarantee them much success in 2020, but will allow them to have success for the next half decade or so. Second-year quarterback Drew Lock has an immense amount of confidence and given his play in limited time in 2019, it might be warranted. Lock has some great weapons around him with guys like Cortland Sutton, Noah Fant and Philip Lindsay, who were all on the roster last season. The Broncos also added Melvin Gordon in free agency and drafted Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler in the 2020 NFL Draft. The Broncos’ defense also looks to be much improved, with the return of Bradley Chubb after tearing his ACL. Chubb will play once again alongside Von Miller and Justin Simmons. Denver also acquired Jurell Casey and AJ Bouye this offseason to help them keep up with the likes of the Kansas City Chiefs in their own division. This team should make for great television once the season starts.

Full Denver Broncos Schedule:

Week 1: vs. Tennessee Titans

Week 2: at Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 3: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 4: at New York Jets

Week 5: at New England Patriots

Week 6: vs. Miami Dolphins

Week 7: vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Week 8: BYE

Week 9: at Atlanta Falcons

Week 10: at Las Vegas Raiders

Week 11: vs. Los Angeles Chargers

Week 12: vs. New Orleans Saints

Week 13: at Kansas City Chiefs

Week 14: at Carolina Panthers

Week 15: vs. Buffalo Bills

Week 16: at Los Angeles Chargers

Week 17: vs. Las Vegas Raiders 

The Broncos will have their work cut out for them, but their schedule provides opportunities for the Broncos to possibly make it to the playoffs. It will be crucial for the Broncos to get off to a strong start, especially since five of their final nine games after their bye week are on the road (in the seven games prior to their bye, four of them are at home). Prior to their bye, the Broncos have some really winnable games against the Steelers, Jets, Patriots and Dolphins. The Broncos also play the Titans, Buccaneers and Chiefs all at home prior to their bye, I think there is a definite possibility that they win two of those games. If the Broncos could be 5-2 or better entering their bye week, they will most certainly have a chance at one of the three wild card spots in the AFC. Post-bye, the Broncos will have some tough games. They play the Saints and Bills, both of which are at home, they go on the road to Atlanta and Kansas City. They also play the Chargers and Raiders twice, games that the Broncos should be the favorite in, and will most likely win three of them. Is there potential for the Broncos to fail in 2020, yes but there is also great potential for the Broncos to thrive and make it back to the postseason.

If you haven’t figured it out already, I am buying a lot of stock on this Broncos team and will definitely try to attend at least one Broncos game this coming if fans are allowed. These are the five games I think you will want to try to attend:

  • Week 2: Broncos at Steelers
  • Week 3: Buccaneers at Broncos
  • Week 7: Chiefs at Broncos
  • Week 12: Saints at Broncos
  • Week 15: Bills at Broncos

The Broncos don’t play a whole lot of defensive juggernauts but they do play two really good defensive teams in the Steelers and the Bills, both of whom will test this young Broncos offense and really help us see if Lock is worth all the hype he is receiving. The Buccaneers, Chiefs and Saints each have transcendent offenses led by Tom Brady, Partick Mahomes and Drew Brees respectively, and if the Broncos want to have success this season, their defense will need to be probably a top ten defensive unit in the entire NFL, and playing against these three offenses will surely challenge them.

GET DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS HERE!

Chat With uSports On Facebook! Get the latest news and interviews delivered directly to your Messenger!

Read more about:

Featured articles on uInterview.com

Written by Tyler Melito

Latest News

Family Of Dodgers’ Andrew Toles Wants ‘To Bring Him Home’ Following Arrest [Mugshot]

Family Of Dodgers’ Andrew Toles Wants ‘To Bring Him Home’ Following Arrest [Mugshot]

After being arrested outside of the Florida airport and finding “relief” in his mugshot being released, the family of Los…

WATCH: Arizona Cardinals Jermiah Braswell Arrested After Driving Into Lake Erie Intoxicated, Released By Team

WATCH: Arizona Cardinals Jermiah Braswell Arrested After Driving Into Lake Erie Intoxicated, Released By Team

The Arizona Cardinals announced on Monday that they would be releasing rookie wide receiver Jermiah Braswell. Braswell was arrested for…

NBA & NBPA To Paint ‘Black Lives Matter’ On Court During Season Restart

NBA & NBPA To Paint ‘Black Lives Matter’ On Court During Season Restart

When it was announced that the NBA would be resuming its season at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, one…

Novak Djokovic & Wife Jelena Djokovic Test Negative For COVID-19 After Battling Virus

Novak Djokovic & Wife Jelena Djokovic Test Negative For COVID-19 After Battling Virus

Tennis superstar Novak Djokovic and his wife, Jelena Djokovic, got some good news Thursday as both announced that they have…

NFL To Cut 2 Weeks Of Preseason – Could Cut It All

NFL To Cut 2 Weeks Of Preseason – Could Cut It All

The NFL is beginning to take precaution as the 2020 season looms. It was announced Wednesday that week 1 and…

University Of Arizona Halts Athletes Returning To Campus For Workouts Amid Spike In COVID-19 Positive Cases

University Of Arizona Halts Athletes Returning To Campus For Workouts Amid Spike In COVID-19 Positive Cases

As coronavirus cases surge in various states across the United States in recent weeks, some universities in those states have…

NWSL Soccer Players Take A Knee During National Anthem In Support Of The ‘Black Lives Matter’ Movement

NWSL Soccer Players Take A Knee During National Anthem In Support Of The ‘Black Lives Matter’ Movement

During the national anthem before the second game of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) Challenge Cup on Saturday between…

OPINION: Did the Feud Between MLB & Its Players Drive Away Baseball Fans?

OPINION: Did the Feud Between MLB & Its Players Drive Away Baseball Fans?

The long battle between Major League Baseball and its players finally ended last week as it was announced there indeed…

Emoni Bates, #1 High School Basketball Player In The Country, Commits To Michigan State

Emoni Bates, #1 High School Basketball Player In The Country, Commits To Michigan State

Michigan State University and their men’s basketball program got some massive news Monday afternoon, as five-star recruit Emoni Bates announced…

Los Angeles Lakers Finalizing Deal With J.R. Smith For NBA Restart

Los Angeles Lakers Finalizing Deal With J.R. Smith For NBA Restart

After it came out that Avery Bradley would not be joining the Los Angeles Lakers for the NBA’s season restart…

Nets’ DeAndre Jordan Out Of NBA Season Restart, Spencer Dinwiddie Considering Same After Both Test Positive For COVID-19

Nets’ DeAndre Jordan Out Of NBA Season Restart, Spencer Dinwiddie Considering Same After Both Test Positive For COVID-19

With the NBA season restart set to begin in one month, more and more players are coming out and saying…

NBA Commissioner Silver Talks Spike In COVID-19 Cases & Anthem Protests

NBA Commissioner Silver Talks Spike In COVID-19 Cases & Anthem Protests

Following the positive COVID-19 test of Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, the first in the entire NBA, league commissioner Adam…