The Denver Broncos try to make it two in a row this week as they welcome in the New Orleans Saints to Empower Field at Mile High.
» When: Sunday, Nov. 29
» Kickoff: 2:05 p.m. MST
» Where: Empower Field at Mile High
» Records: Denver (4-6) / New Orleans (8-2)
» Fan Pregame Coverage: Shawn Drotar from 8 to 9:00 a.m. | Nate Jackson and John Davis from 9 to 10:30 a.m. | Nick Ferguson and Cecil Lammey from 10:30 a.m. to noon | The Fan Football Pregame with DMac and Mike Evans from noon to kickoff
» Fan Halftime Report: Join Kendall Valenzuela, James Merilatt and a special guest streaming live at the end of the first half
» Fan Postgame: React first along with Sandy Clough on the Fan Football Postgame starting at the two-minute warning
» Television: Fox
» The Denver Broncos are 9-2 all time against the New Orleans Saints, including a 5-1 mark at home.
» The last time the Saints beat the Broncos was 1994, the final year of Wade Phillips’ tenure as Denver’s head coach.
» With a win, Drew Lock would become the first Broncos quarterback in franchise history to secure eight victories by his 14th start with the team.
» Justin Simmons can become the second Denver player in team history to record 16 interceptions during his first five seasons with the club with one pick vs. New Orleans.
» With 16 receiving yards, Noah Fant would become the first Broncos tight end to reach 1,000 yards for his career by his 26th game.
» Kicker Brandon McManus needs one 50-yards or longer field goal to set a new Broncos single-season record.
» Broncos cornerback Michael Ojemudia needs one forced fumble to become the ninth rookie cornerback to force three fumbles in a single season.
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