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Broncos at Raiders – Week 1 (2019)
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Best Broncos Coverage: Week 1 (2019) – Denver at Oakland

Broncos at Raiders – Week 1 (2019)

Denver travels to Oakland for one final game in the Black Hole as the Broncos and Raiders wrap up the NFL’s opening weekend on Monday Night Football.

» When: Monday, Sept. 9, 2019

» Kickoff: 8:20 p.m. MDT

» Where: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

» Records: Denver (0-0) / Oakland (0-0)

» Fan Pregame: The Fan Football Pregame with former Broncos safety Nick Ferguson and’s Cecil Lammey kicks off at 7:00 p.m.

» Fan In-Game Coverage: Watch and react to the game along with 104.3 The Fan’s Mike Pritchard, Kendall Valenzuela and Parker Hillis on Facebook Live.

» Fan Postgame: Join Sandy Clough and Shawn Drotar starting at the two-minute warning.

» Television: ESPN

Game notes

» Denver and Oakland meet in the regular-season opener for the eighth time, with the Broncos holding a 5-2 (.714) advantage over the Raiders.

» The Broncos are tied for the all-time best mark in opening games, having gone 39-19-1 (.669).

» Denver, however, is 9-11 (.450) all-time when starting the season on the road.

» The Broncos trail in the series with its AFC West rival by a record of 52-63-2, including a 25-34 record on the road.

» With their season opener, Denver will have appeared on “Monday Night Football” an NFL record-tying (along with Oakland) 28th consecutive season — the 74th appearance overall.

» The Broncos own 32-40-1 all-time record in “Monday Night Football” games, with an 8-28 mark on the road.

» Denver head coach Vic Fangio, a 32-year NFL coaching veteran, will make his debut as the 17th head coach in franchise history.

» With a win, the Broncos can extend its NFL-best seven-game winning streak in season openers.

» Denver can become the 14th team to 500 wins with a victory over Oakland.

» Broncos pass rusher Von Miller needs just one sack to pass Joey Porter for sole possession of 33rd on the NFL’s all-time sack list.

» Miller needs two sacks to reach 100 for his career, which would make him the fourth-fast player to do so (Reggie White: 96 games, DeMarcus Ware: 113 games and Bruce Smith: 115 games).