Denver Broncos Preseason Opponents Revealed

 

The Broncos preseason opponents have been revealed and the full season schedule should be released later this month. The Broncos will begin with a road trip to the house the Jerry built to play the Cowboys. This means that the Broncos will open the preseason on the road for the 14th straight season (extending the franchise record). After that, they will play for the home crowd on back to back weeks against the Bills and Seahawks, respectively. The final game of the preseason will be a road trip to Arizona where they will face the Cardinals.

None of the preseason dates are set in stone, which is why you see a range of dates instead of specific dates. The specific dates will be released will be released in a few weeks along with the full regular season schedule.

BRONCOS 2011 PRESEASON SCHEDULE
Week 1 at Dallas (August 11-15)
Week 2 vs. Buffalo (August 18-22)
Week 3 vs. Seattle (August 25-29)
Week 4 at Arizona (September 1-2)

Exact pre- dates finalized next week. Saturdays best bet for pre- games. Bet on Bills here Aug. 20, Seattle here Aug. 27. Subject to change.less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet Reply

 

It should be noted that the Denver Broncos will play the Buffalo Bills in Buffalo during the regular season. This gives us a good indication as to why the Broncos get a home game during the preseason against the Bills. 

More details will arise in a few weeks.

Until there's a new CBA, all preseason games are subject to changeless than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet Reply

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