If you are seeing BLUE in your region in the map above, then you will get a chance to see the Broncos-Titans game on your local CBS affiliate. Hawaii is also blessed with the orange and blue on Sunday, but Alaska once again gets shut out of all things Broncos.
The Denver Broncos (1-4) are fresh off their first win of the season after coming up short multiple times through their first four games. They will host the equally inconsistent Tennessee Titans (2-3) who seem to either blow teams out or get blown out to start their first five games.
While the Broncos are slight 2-point favorites here, I wouldn’t trust either team enough to put money on it. The top priority for Denver will be to continue the progress they made last week at stopping the run, because that is the Titans bread and butter. A big part of that was Head Coach Vic Fangio promoting nose tackle Mike Purcell to the active roster.
“The best thing Mike does is play the run,” Fangio said on Wednesday. “He’s always been stout in there against the run and did a good job the other day. Mike was in—I think they ran the ball 16 times in that game. Mike was in there for eight of them, so it wasn’t like Mike was the deciding factor, but he played well and we’re looking forward to him doing the same.”
If the Broncos defense can handle the Titans rushing attack, then they should be able to come out with their second win of the season. That is a big if, though.
Kickoff is set for Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 2:25 p.m. Mile High time at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado.