The wait is over, as the Denver Broncos will host the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football to kick off the 2020 NFL season.
» When: Monday, Sept. 14
» Kickoff: 8:20 p.m. MDT
» Where: Empower Field at Mile High
» Records: Denver (0-0) / Tennessee (0-0)
» Fan Postgame: React first along with Shawn Drotar starting at the two-minute warning.
» Television: ESPN
» Denver’s Week 1 matchup will mark the 29th consecutive season the Broncos have played a game on “Monday Night Football,” an NFL best
» Tied for the best mark in the NFL, Denver has compiled a 39-20-1 (.658) all-time opening-game record, and the Broncos are 30-7-1 (.803) all-time in Week 1 at home
» Cornerback Essang Bassey will become the 24th undrafted Broncos player since 1997 to make the Week 1 roster coming out of training camp
» More than a third of the Broncos roster (19 players/35.8 percent) were not with the team in 2019, including cornerback A.J. Bouye, defensive end Jurrell Casey and running back Melvin Gordon
» In 39 meetings, the Broncos own a 16-22-1 record against the Tennessee Titans, including a 10-7-1 mark at home
» Titans offensive linemen Ty Sambrailo (CSU) and Daniel Munyer (CU) played collegiately in Colorado
» Kicker Brandon McManus needs one field goal to pass Matt Prater (141) for third all-time in team history
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