All of the country will get to watch Brock v. Brady I this weekend.
Denver's Sunday Night Football showdown with New England will be nationally broadcast on NBC, and those in the orange will get the game (including Alaska and Hawaii). The game can also be streamed online on the NBC Live Extra app.
(Here's some more information on streaming Broncos games.)
The Broncos (8-2) will be looking to hand the Patriots (10-0) their first loss of the season. That's easier said than done, especially considering that Gary Kubiak and Wade Phillips have a combined 1-7 record against the Pats since 2006.
History can only tell us so much, however. It was noted earlier this year that Phillips had never beaten Aaron Rodgers. You remember how that turned out.
Speaking of the Packers, the Broncos were underdogs that week, despite playing at home. This week, the Broncos are at home again and opened as three-point underdogs.
Last time #Broncos were home underdogs, they beat previously unbeaten Packers 29-10. They're 3-point underdogs to 10-0 Patriots this week.— Jon Heath (@JonHeathNFL) November 24, 2015
Make of that what you will.
Earlier this week, Tom Brady referenced Brock Osweiler as "the guy they had in there" against the Bears. Brock can make his name known by stretching the field against New England.
Denver is 25-20 against the Patriots all-time, including a 16-9 mark at home. Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will call the game with Michele Tafoya reporting from the sidelines.
Kickoff on NBC is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Mile High Time.