If you are seeing YELLOW in your region in the map above, you will get the Broncos-Raiders game on your local CSB affiliate. With two non-playoff teams playing a meaningless game, you will need to get your magnifying glasses out to find where the game will be broadcast locally. Both Alaska and Hawaii will not be airing the game either.
It’s been a tough season for the Denver Broncos. Head Coach Vic Fangio was asked this week if the team has made any progress over the course of the season. He was frank in his response providing a mixed bag of positives and negatives.
“We can be here all day answering that question,” Fangio said. “It’s a tough question, we had an inordinate amount of injuries, which I think hurt our progress some. Alluding to the last question, we turned it over too much, which hurt our progress. We didn’t get takeaways, which hurt our progress. I think individually, there’s been a lot of progress. We’ve gotten a lot of young players a lot of playing time that they’re going to grow from and learn from, and I think that’s where the progress has nearly been made.”
A good way to head into the offseason on a positive note is to close the season out with a win. Get a positive turnover ratio against the Las Vegas Raiders and the win to help give the team something good to look at come offseason review.
Kickoff is set for 2:25 p.m. Mile High time on Sunday, January 3, 2021 at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado. You can watch the live stream of the game through FuboTV or on your local CBS station.