The Denver Broncos (0-3) head to the East Coast on a short week to take on the also winless New York Jets (0-3) at MetLife Stadium on Thursday Night Football.
» When: Thursday, Oct. 1
» Kickoff: 6:20 p.m. MDT
» Where: MetLife Stadium
» Records: Denver (0-3) / New York (0-3)
» Fan Pregame Coverage: Coverage all day on Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan leading up to kickoff
» The Halftime Report: On Facebook Live right at the end of the first half
» Fan Postgame: React first along with the Fan Football Postgame starting at the two-minute warning
» Television: Fox
» The Denver Broncos own a 19-16-1 (.528) mark against the New York Jets, including an 8-8-1 (.500) on the road.
» All-time on Thursdays, Denver owns a 13-12 (.520) record and have won 10 of their last 13.
» Jets head coach Adam Gase and Broncos head coach Vic Fangio were coordinators on opposite sides of the ball for the Chicago Bears in 2015.
» Before stints as Chicago’s offensive coordinator, the Miami Dolphins head coach and New York’s head coach, Gase spent six seasons with in Denver as the wide receivers (2009-’10) and quarterbacks (2011-’12) coach and offensive coordinator from 2013-’14.
» Jets running back Kalen Ballage is a Denver-area native and went to Falcon High School in Peyton.
» Running back Melvin Gordon can become the fifth active running back with 50 combined scores with a rushing or receiving touchdown.
» Rookie wideout Jerry Jeudy needs 27 yards to become the third Broncos rookie receiver to reach 200 yards by his fourth game (Eddie Royal: 2008, 298 yards / Rick Upchurch: 1975, 273 yards).
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- Rapid Reaction: Strong defensive performance gets the victory
- Postgame: Vic Fangio is 'proud' of his team's fight in big win over Patriots
- Watch each of Brandon McManus' franchise record six FGs Sunday
- Highlights: Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay drops 101 yards on Patriots
- Postgame: Drew Lock says team has a bright future and can be 'special'