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Broncos vs. Raiders: How to watch Week 4 matchup

The Denver Broncos have a revenge games against Josh McDaniels in Week 4 against the Las Vegas Raiders. Here’s how to watch!

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Game Preview

The Denver Broncos (2-1) hit the road in Week 4 to take on a desperate Las Vegas Raiders (0-3) team coached by the infamous former Broncos-head coach Josh McDaniels. While we love seeing McD struggle and the Raiders winless, its never a good situation to face a desperate team looking for their first win of the season. Especially when they’ll be at home in front of their own fans.

Pundits are focused on the Raiders’ offense versus the Broncos’ defense in this game, but I think it’ll be decided by the other side on each team. If Russell Wilson and the offense continue to struggle - especially in the red zone - against a fairly bad Raiders’ defense, then I just don’t see how they come out victorious in this game.

With all of the red zone woes the Broncos’ offense has faced to start the season, there will be no better opponent than to get things going in that area as the Raiders’ red zone defense is one of the worst in the league through three games.

“Yeah, every single time you look at it, I don’t think you’re ever as good as you think you are, [and] you’re never as bad as you think you are,” Hackett said of improving in the red zone on Thursday. “I think that the Raiders are a very good football team. I think that they have a really good scheme down in the red zone. I think that sometimes things happen [and] they don’t click, whether it be stopping them or getting in the endzone. For us, we just want to do what is best for this game, we want to be sure to get the matchups that we can and be able to get the ball in the endzone. I think both groups—I think we’re better than we are [and] I think they’re better than they are. I think [we are] both really two good teams.”

These are two teams searching for an identity in 2022 and getting two early wins while struggling is the biggest way Denver has separated itself from Las Vegas here. Vegas is losing those close games and Denver is winning them.

Here’s how to watch.

TV Schedule

When: Sunday, October 2, 2022 at 2:25 P.M. Mile High time

Where: Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada

Channel: CBS

Announcers: Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Trent Green (analyst), and Melanie Collins (sideline reporting)

Radio: KOA - 850 AM | 94.1 FM & The Fox - 103.5 FM | Dave Logan (play-by-play), Rick Lewis (analyst), and Susie Wargin (sideline)

If you see BLUE in your region in the map below, you can easily watch the Broncos-Raiders game on your local CBS station.

Online Streaming

Broncos Injury Report

Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Tyrie Cleveland WR Hamstring DNP DNP DNP OUT
Jonathon Cooper OLB Hamstring DNP DNP DNP OUT
Quinn Meinerz G/C Hamstring LIMITED LIMITED DNP OUT
Darius Phillips CB Hamstring DNP DNP DNP OUT
Billy Turner OL Knee DNP DNP DNP OUT
Randy Gregory OLB Knee DNP LIMITED FULL --
Baron Browning OLB Knee LIMITED FULL FULL --
Aaron Patrick OLB Shoulder LIMITED FULL FULL --
K’Waun Williams CB Wrist LIMITED FULL FULL

Raiders Injury Report

Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Foster Moreau TE Knee DNP DNP DNP OUT
Hunter Renfrow WR Concussion DNP DNP DNP OUT
Nate Hobbs CB Concussion DNP LIMITED FULL --
Kolton Miller T Ankle LIMITED LIMITED FULL --
Tre’von Moehrig S Hip LIMITED LIMITED FULL --
Bilal Nichols DT Shoulder LIMITED LIMITED FULL --
Denzel Perryman LB Ankle LIMITED LIMITED FULL --
Johnathan Hankins DT Groin -- LIMITED FULL --
Neil Farrell DT Shoulder FULL FULL FULL --
Andre James C Concussion FULL FULL FULL

Broncos-Raiders Betting Odds

According to DraftKings Sportsbook, the Broncos opened road underdogs to a winless Raiders team despite being 2-1 and in a first place tie in the AFC West. That doesn’t seem like much faith in Denver’s record. That spread has only widened since. From 1.5-points to 2.5-points as bettors see Las Vegas getting right back on track against Denver in Week 4. I predicted a Broncos loss in the score predictions, but when I made my weekly picks I went with Denver. Suffice to say, I’m nervous and torn on this game. I really, really don’t want to see McDaniels and his smug face Sunday evening.

Fan Confidence

Broncos Country is legitimately confused by this team. They came into Week 1 expecting the offensive juggernaut to return and for the defense to take a back seat, but the exact opposite has happened. The defense has been a juggernaut and the offense is all but nonexistent. That is why you are seeing such wide swings in confidence levels to start the season. We’re all trying to figure out what this team is.

Hot Reads

Broncos Podcasts

For this season, we have completely revamped our entire podcasting efforts for 2022. We have added more long-form shows, but have also begun a daily morning news podcast we have dubbed Horse Tracks to keep fans updated on everything that’s going on in a shorter type of episode.

Here are the long-form shows we produce each week Tuesday-Friday.

Saturday Horse Tracks Mailbag with Ross Allen: Week 4

Broncos Binge with Rachel Strand and Dalton Coble: Week 4

Odds and Endzones with Ian St. Clair and Adam Malnati: Week 4

Dublin to Denver with Michael McQuaid, Column Cronin, and Stewart Roche: Week 4

You can subscribe to our podcast feed on ApplePodcasts, GooglePlay, iHeartRadio, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn and anywhere else you get your podcasts.

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Broncos Schedule 2022

Wk Date Opponent Time (MT) TV Score Record
Wk Date Opponent Time (MT) TV Score Record
1 9/12/2022 at Seattle Seahawks (MNF) 6:15 PM ESPN / ABC 16-17 0-1
2 9/18/2022 vs Houston Texans 2:25 PM CBS 16-9 1-1
3 9/25/2022 vs San Francisco 49ers (SNF) 6:20 PM NBC / Peacock 11-10 2-1
4 10/2/2022 at Las Vegas Raiders 2:25 PM CBS 23-32 2-2
5 10/6/2022 vs Indianapolis Colts (TNF) 6:15 PM Amazon Prime 9-12 2-3
6 10/17/2022 at Los Angeles Chargers (MNF) 6:15 PM ESPN 16-19 2-4
7 10/23/2022 vs New York Jets 2:05 PM CBS 9-16 2-5
8 10/30/2022 at Jacksonville Jaguars (London, UK) 7:30 AM ESPN+ 21-17 3-5
9 11/6/2022 BYE WEEK
10 11/13/2022 at Tennessee Titans 11:00 AM CBS 10-17 3-6
11 11/20/2022 vs Las Vegas Raiders 2:05 PM FOX 16-22 3-7
12 11/27/2022 at Carolina Panthers 11:00 AM FOX 10-23 3-8
13 12/4/2022 at Baltimore Ravens 11:00 AM CBS 9-10 3-9
14 12/11/2022 vs Kansas City Chiefs (SNF) 2:05 PM CBS 28-34 3-10
15 12/18/2022 vs Arizona Cardinals 2:05 PM FOX 24-15 4-10
16 12/25/2022 at Los Angeles Rams (Christmas Day) 2:30 PM CBS / Paramount+ 14-51 4-11
17 1/1/2023 at Kansas City Chiefs 11:00 AM CBS 24-27 4-12
18 1/8/2023 vs Los Angeles Chargers 2:25 PM CBS 31-28 5-12

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