The Denver Broncos (3-4) made the necessary quarterback change to Brock Osweiler in the hopes of generating some scoring on offense against the high-flying Philadelphia Eagles (7-1).
It won’t be an easy one for the Broncos, but a win in this game would instantly jump start a season that seemed to be nearing life support heading into this week.
Kickoff is set for Sunday, November 5, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. Mile High time at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
TV schedule and TV channels
The crew for CBS that will cover this game will be Ian Eagle (play-by-play), Dan Fouts (color analyst), and Evan Washburn (sideline reporting).
The game will air across much of the nation. If you see red in your area below, then you will be able to watch the game on your local CBS affiliate.
If you see RED in your region, you will get the #Broncos #Eagles game on your local CBS station. #DENvsPHI https://t.co/qnTKJ2dnXr— Tim Lynch (@TimLynch1978) November 2, 2017
NFL Game Pass offers live audio and re-airs after the game.
DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket has expanded its online streaming service. Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required, and usual TV blackout rules apply even online).
For more information about streaming Broncos games, check out our comprehensive online streaming guide.
Nationally, the game will air on Compass Media Networks with Chris Carrino (play-by-play) and Brian Baldinger (color analyst).
Colorado can listen on KOA (850 AM/94.1 FM) or The Fox (103.5 FM) with Dave Logan (play-by-play), Rick Lewis (color analyst) and Tyler Polumbus (sideline reporting).
Spanish radio KNVR (1150 AM) will also broadcast the game with Javier Olivias (play-by-play) and Carlos Valdez (color analyst).
Before the Broncos made the switch from Trevor Siemian to Osweiler, the line on this game had risen to over eight points. Since then, it has slowly dropped a point or so and now stands at around a touchdown. So it appears, Osweiler is good for an extra point in this game.
Von Miller was very supportive of Osweiler being the starter in this game and the defense seemed excited to possibly get things back on track this season.
“We’ve always had energy,” Miller said of Osweiler. “Like I said, when we first signed Brock, I was happy about it. I was excited about it. It kind of feels like 2015 again. We’ve won with Brock. We’ve done a lot of great things with Brock. I’m totally confident in Brock and what he’ll be able to do for us moving forward.”
There is no way I am giving up hope on this team. I predicted a win last week with Siemian bouncing back in a big way. I got it half right. My prediction on the defensive side of the ball was basically spot on, but the offense did absolutely nothing for us.
I’m going with the same gut feeling in this game. If the offense finally shows up, the Broncos will be in it at the end. And let’s face it, Osweiler as inconsistent as he is has always come up big for his teams in pressure moments. That is something Siemian was never able to achieve.
Prediction: Broncos 20, Eagles 17.
Brock is back.— L.Lattimore-Volkmann (@docllv) November 5, 2017
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