After all the schedule shuffling, Drew Lock and the Denver Broncos will head east this weekend to take on Cam Newton and the New England Patriots.
» When: Sunday, Oct. 18
» Kickoff: 11:00 a.m. MDT
» Where: Gillette Stadium
» Records: Denver (1-3) / New England (2-2)
» Fan Pregame Coverage: Nick Ferguson and Cecil Lammey from 8 to 9:00 a.m. | The Fan Football Pregame from 9:00 a.m. to kickoff
» Fan Postgame: React first along the Fan Football Postgame starting at the two-minute warning
» Television: CBS
» The Denver Broncos own a 26-22-0 (.542) record all-time against the New England Patriots, including a 9-11-0 record on the road.
» The last time Broncos won a game in Foxborough was Sept. 24, 2006, when Mike Shanahan was still calling plays, the team still played at Invesco Field at Mile High, Jake Plummer was under center and 104.3 The Fan’s own Nick Ferguson was in the defensive backfield.
» Rookie wideout Jerry Jeudy needs 50 yards receiving to become the fourth player in NFL history to start his career with at least as many yards in each of his first five games.
» Patriots tight end Dalton Keene is a native of Littleton, Colo.
» With one pass defensed, safety Kareem Jackson will become the 13th player (9th active) to record 100 passes defensed since he entered the league in 2010.
» Patriots offensive lineman James Ferentz played 21 games for the Broncos from 2015 to 2016 and was a member of the Super Bowl 50 championship squad.
» Three New England coaches — head coach Bill Belichick, offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels and quarterbacks coach Jedd Fisch — spent time on the Denver staff during their careers. Belichick (1978) and Fisch (2008) spent one season with the Broncos, and McDaniels was head coach for the 2009 and parts of the 2010 season.
- 60 Seconds: 'Lessons learned' as Broncos get 'big,' 'ugly' win vs. Pats
- 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'