This is a game for the hardcore fans.
There is a drought of interesting storylines as the Denver Broncos (7-2) take on the St. Louis Rams (3-6) in Week 11. The best quote of the week comes from a former Broncos tight end mocking the current Rams' offensive coordinator. Not exactly riveting stuff.
And while the rest of the NFL is full of headline-stealing games in Week 11 - Patriots-Colts, Cardinals-Lions, Seahawks-Chiefs, Eagles-Packers - Denver's Week 11 matchup looks like a snooze by comparison.
This game is for the hardcore fans. This game is for the Broncos fans that know they can't give up one single loss as they keep pace with the Patriots for the AFC's top seed. This game is for the fans that never miss a chance to see the orange and blue.
Kickoff is set for 11:00 a.m. Mile High time on Sunday, November 16, 2014 - that's 12:00 p.m. local time.
The game will air on CBS airing on KCNC-TV in Denver. Ian Eagle (play-by-play) and Dan Fouts (color commentary) will call the game with Jenny Dell reporting from the sidelines.
View our Broncos-Rams TV broadcast map to see if the game will air locally in your area. DirecTV Sunday Ticket customers can find the game on 712.
Verizon subscribers can tap into NFL Mobile. At a premium, you can stream the game after the final whistle blows from NFL.com using Game Rewind. You can also listen live using streaming audio from NFL.com.
Listen around Denver at 850 AM KOA and nationwide at Sirius 93. Dave Logan (play-by-play) and Ed McCaffrey (color commentary) will call the game with Alan Roach reporting from the sidelines. View the full Denver Broncos radio network here.
The Broncos rank in the Top 5 in the NFL in offense (both points and yards) and defense (yards). The Rams rank in the Bottom 5 of the NFL in defense (both points and yards) and defense (points).
Well, it's a "fun fact" for Broncos fans. Even on the road, this has the makings of a Broncos blowout.
The Broncos placed linebacker Nate Irving on Injured Reserve, ending his season, but the more interesting development has been at the running back position. Montee Ball looks set to make his return (he's probable), while Ronnie Hillman continues to be out. But with C.J. Anderson tearing the Oakland Raiders apart, if Adam Gase is true to his mantra that the "hot hand" will get the football, look for Anderson to get the start. Tight end Virgil Green is doubtful.
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The Broncos opened as 8-point favorites but increased to between 9.5 and 10.5 points in most sports books.
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