The Denver Broncos (11-3) will travel to play the Houston Texans (2-12) this weekend. Courtesy of 506Sports.com, we have a handy-dandy broadcast map to let you know if the game will be televised on your local CBS stations.
If you are in the BLUE, you will get this weekend's game. If you are not in the blue, you can always go with DirecTV or a sports bar.
The Texans took two blows to their offensive lineup earlier this week when they lost running back Ben Tate to the team's season-ending injured reserve list and ruled out quarterback Case Keenum with a thumb injury. With injured starter Arian Foster already on IR, the Texans are expected to go with Dennis Johnson and Deji Karim at RB this week.
At quarterback, veteran Matt Schaub will replace Keenum, putting the finishing touches on an up-and-down season for Schaub. Though he has had a spotty season, Schaub has experience beating Peyton Manning.
Last September, Schaub's Texans defeated Manning's Broncos 31-25 in Denver. During the week after the game, former Broncos linebacker Joe Mays was fined $50,000 and suspended one week for a gruesome hit on Schaub. Mays went on to sign with the Texans during the offseason and has started in thirteen games this season.
"A win would be nice anyway," Mays said when asked if it would be nice to beat his former team. "A win would be great. Not only against that team but for us as a whole."
Denver opened the week as 9.5-point favorites over the Texans. With a win and a Kansas City Chiefs loss, the Broncos can clinch the AFC West this weekend.
Denver is 2-2 against Houston all-time. Kickoff at Reliant Stadium is set for 11 a.m. MT.