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Here is how to watch the Denver Broncos lose aga... I mean beat the Cleveland Browns in Week 9 of the regular season.

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What’s the difference between 5-3 and 2-6?

Oh, only about five bad calls that put opposing teams in position for the win.

Some people get angry when I say the Denver Broncos are better than their record and while I agree they are a 2-6 football team because that’s what they are, but when I say they are better than their record I mean exactly that. They were on the receiving end of five ridiculously bad calls, where all of them resulted in helping an opponent to a game-winning score.

It is what it is. It sucks. I can still complain about it, but now it they will get a better 2020 NFL Draft pick and I am okay with that too. Let the rebuilding continue.

Game Preview

The Cleveland Browns are another team that has disappointed, except, unlike the Broncos, they have a purported franchise quarterback in Baker Mayfield and an arsenal of offensive weapons. The problem is, they are turnover machines tied for the third worst turnover differential at -9.

For some perspective, as bad as the Broncos offense is they are at least holding the line on the bad plays (sacks excluded) at just a -2 on the turnover differential. Defensively, the advantage is even more in favor of the home team with Denver’s defensive ranking fifth in the NFL in total yards per play. The Browns are down at 18th.

This game is clearly coming down to one man. Brandon Allen. Under Joe Flacco, the Broncos could muster just 15.6 points per game. That’s a very low bar, but if Allen ends up scoring more points and adds “turnover machine” to the list, things will likely end very badly for Denver.

Here is how to watch.

TV Schedule

When: Sunday, November 3, 2019 at 2:25 p.m. Mile High time

Where: Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado

Channel: CBS / Local

Announcers: Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Rich Gannon (analyst) and Jay Feely (sideline reporting).

Local Radio: KOA - 850 AM | 94.1 FM & The Fox - 103.5 FM | Spanish Radio KNVR 1150 AM | National Radio - ESPN

If you see BLUE in your area below, you will get the Broncos-Browns game on CBS locally.

Online Streaming

FuboTV (Available if being televised in your area)

Yahoo Sports App

NFL Game Pass (After the game)

Broncos injury report

Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Bryce Callahan CB Foot DNP DNP DNP OUT
Todd Davis ILB Knee / Hip DNP LIMITED FULL
Joe Flacco QB Neck DNP DNP INJURED RESERVE INJURED RESERVE
Jeff Heuerman TE Knee DNP DNP DNP OUT
Ja’Wuan James T Knee DNP DNP DNP OUT
Von Miller OLB Knee DNP LIMITED FULL
Corey Nelson ILB Biceps DNP DNP INJURED RESERVE INJURED RESERVE
Will Parks S Hand DNP DNP DNP OUT
Joseph Jones ILB Ribs LIMITED LIMITED FULL
Ron Leary G NIR LIMITED FULL FULL
Phillip Lindsay RB Wrist LIMITED FULL FULL
Dalton Risner G Ankle LIMITED LIMITED FULL
DeMarcus Walker DE Shoulder LIMITED LIMITED LIMITED QUESTIONABLE
Justin Hollins LB Knee FULL FULL FULL

Browns injury report

Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Pharaoh Brown TE Concussion DNP DNP DNP OUT
Damarious Randall S Hamstring DNP DNP DNP OUT
Odell Beckham Jr. WR Groin LIMITED LIMITED LIMITED
Daniel Ekuale DT Calf LIMITED DNP INJURED RESERVE INJURED RESERVE
Jarvis Landry WR Shoulder LIMITED LIMITED LIMITED
Sheldrick Redwine S Hamstring LIMITED FULL FULL
Kendall Lamm T Knee FULL FULL FULL QUESTIONABLE
Jermaine Whitehead S Hand FULL FULL FULL
Eric Murray S Knee NOT LISTED DNP DNP OUT

Odds

The Broncos are a whopping 3-point home underdog to the visiting Browns, despite both teams notching just two wins a piece this season. That was earlier in the week too. As of this writing, OddShark is reporting a 4-point spread in favor of the Browns and the public is going bonkers for Cleveland.

Matchup History

If there were ever a situation where one franchise basically owned the other in every way, shape, and form it would be the Denver Broncos owning the Cleveland Browns. Cleveland has six total wins against Denver in 29 tries. And three of those game in their first four games between 1970-74.

Since 1975, the Broncos are 23-3 and have won 11 of the last 12. The caveat there is that 17-16 loss at home last year. These Denver Broncos don’t seem to be the Denver Broncos we’ve been accustomed to for the last four decades.

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Fan Sentiment

Broncos fans continue to have little confidence in this franchise. There was a brief window of hope, but that seems like ages ago now. At 11%, there was a slight bump in confidence despite the loss last week.

MHR Radio

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On MHR Radio this week, Adam and Ian lament the “do-nothing” approach John Elway has taken to the Denver Broncos losing streak.

Luke Patterson of Broncos on the Rox dug into Brandon Allen and what he might bring to the table in his first NFL start.

Kevin Gillikin on Broncos & Bratwurst wondered if the future is now. Will Drew Lock eventually see the field in 2019?

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Broncos 2019 regular season schedule

Wk Date Opponent Time (MT) TV Score Record
Wk Date Opponent Time (MT) TV Score Record
1 Sep 9 at Raiders (MNF) 8:20 PM ESPN 24-16 L 0-1
2 Sep 15 vs Bears 2:25 PM FOX 16-14 L 0-2
3 Sep 22 at Packers 11:00 AM FOX 27-16 L 0-3
4 Sep 29 vs Jaguars 2:25 PM CBS 26-24 L 0-4
5 Oct. 6 at Chargers 2:05 PM CBS 20-13 W 1-4
6 Oct 13 vs Titans 2:25 PM CBS 16-0 W 2-4
7 Oct 17 vs Chiefs (TNF) 6:20 PM NFLN 30-6 L 2-5
8 Oct 27 at Colts 11:00 AM CBS 15-13 L 2-6
9 Nov 3 vs Browns 2:25 PM CBS 24-19 W 3-6
10 Nov 10 BYE
11 Nov 17 at Vikings 11:00 AM CBS 27-23 L 3-7
12 Nov 24 at Bills 11:00 AM CBS 20-3 L 3-8
13 Dec 1 vs Chargers 2:25 PM CBS 23-20 W 4-8
14 Dec 8 at Texans 11:00 AM CBS 38-24 W 5-8
15 Dec 15 at Chiefs 11:00 AM CBS 23-3 L 5-9
16 Dec 22 vs Lions 2:05 PM CBS 27-17 W 6-9
17 Dec 29 vs Raiders 2:25 PM CBS 16-15 W 7-9