The Denver Broncos (0-3) are at home in Week 4 to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars (1-2). Denver is in danger of suffering the an 0-4 start to a season for just the fourth time in franchise history.
In the Something Something Broncos podcast above, Jess, Laurie, and I came to the conclusion that the Broncos are due for a win. The Jaguars are beatable team and with Denver being at home and truly desperate for that first win of the season, it sure feels like they will come away with this one.
The Broncos had opportunities to win last week on the road against the Green Bay Packers, but three critical errors that resulted in turnovers on led to fourteen points for Aaron Rodgers the Packers. Not all is lost, however, if the Broncos are able to start winning some games.
The Broncos are have also a good, solid week of practice. Head Coach Vic Fangio was smart enough not to fall into that trap that turned his predecessor, Vance Joseph, into a “Had Good Practice” meme.
“It’s been good,” Fangio said of the teams mood this week. “These guys are good to work with. I don’t want to paint the picture that they’re OK with it, but the work this week has been really good.”
They need this win. Then they need to go into California and steal one from Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers the following week. Then they need to put the beat down on the Tennessee Titans before they face the ever-dangerous Kansas City Chiefs.
That is my ideal next three weeks for the Denver Broncos.
Here is how to watch.
When: Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:25 p.m. Mile High time
Where: Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado
Channel: CBS / Local
Announcers: Andrew Catalon (play-by-play) and James Lofton (analyst).
Local Radio: KOA - 850 AM | 94.1 FM & The Fox - 103.5 FM | Spanish Radio KNVR 1150 AM | National Radio - ESPN Radio
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If you see BLUE in your area, then you will get the #Broncos #Jaguars game on Sunday. #JAXvsDEN https://t.co/DjpmHV6S8b— Tim Lynch (@TimLynch1978) September 26, 2019
FuboTV (Available if being televised in your area)
NFL Game Pass (After the game)
Denver Broncos injury report
|Garett Bolles||T||Illness||NOT LISTED||LIMITED||FULL|
Jacksonville Jaguars injury report
|Jalen Ramsey||CB||Back / NIR||DNP||DNP||DNP||QUESTIONABLE|
|Marquise Lee||WR||NIR||NOT LISTED||DNP||FULL|
|Yannick Ngakoue||DE||Groin||NOT LISTED||NOT LISTED||LIMITED|
Early in the week, the Broncos held a three-point home advantage over the Jaguars. That line has remained steady all week and, as of this writing, remains the same. The over/under is a paltry 37.5 for this game.
The Broncos have surprisingly struggled against the Jaguars in the 25 years that franchise has existed. They are all knotted up at 6-6, but there are two games that matter the most to Broncos Country. The first came during the 1996 playoffs when the Jaguars broke our hearts, while the second came nearly one year later to the day when Denver crushed Jacksvonille in the playoffs on their way to the franchises first Super Bowl title.
Ironically, every game the Jaguars have won in this series has been by one score, while all but one win for Denver has been by multiple scores. Here’s to a blowout win on Sunday!
Before #DUUUVAL heads to #BroncosCountry for the #NFL100 Week 4, here's a thread on the history of the (short) series between the #Jaguars and #Broncos, plus news and notes for Sunday's game. As always, this is courtesy of the team's weekly release.— Ian St. Clair (@IanStClair) September 28, 2019
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Adam and Ian were all about the sacks and turnovers on MHR Radio this week. It’s time for the defense to break through on Sunday.
Kevin Gillikin on Broncos & Bratwurst thought that maybe Emmanuel Sanders was having a cry to be traded to a better team with his ‘world of suck’ comments, but it looks like it might have been Fangio himself who said it.
Luke Patterson of Broncos on the Rox was all about Rich Scangarello and how he must attack the Jaguars sack-happy defensive line to keep them guessing and out of Joe Flacco’s face.
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Broncos 2019 regular season schedule
|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|
|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|