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Are you ready for some Broncos regular season football?

The next time the Broncos see the field for a game it’s to open the 2021 regular season at the New York Giants.

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Good morning, Broncos Country!

Let the games begin.

The next time the Denver Broncos see the field for a game it’s to open the 2021 regular season at the New York Giants. Come Tuesday, the roster will be set (that’s when Denver has to get down to 53 players).

Some will feel excitement over the coming season. Some may still roost over the quarterback decision. As for me, I’m curious what the team will look like.

The defense could turn into one of the best in the NFL, and the return of Von Miller could help in that regard. The offense is loaded with weapons, and the return of Courtland Sutton could help in that regard.

The Broncos should have impact rookies on both sides of the ball in Pat Surtain II and Javonte Williams.

Now it’s just a matter of winning games. That’s not something this franchise has done the last four seasons, and only time will tell if that will change in 2021.

Let the games begin.

How are you feeling heading into the regular season?

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