With football season in full swing, we are five games into the season, with three losses and two wins. Broncos’ fans are hopeful for the season ahead with new quarterback, Russell Wilson, leading the charge. The five scheduled prime-time games, four more than originally planned, shows just how excited Broncos’ country is for the recent changes to the team.
Unfortunately, where we stand today, Javonte Williams, the Broncos’ leader in carries and rushing yards, will miss the rest of the season due to a knee injury from the latest game against the Las Vegas Raiders, and starting outside linebacker, Randy Gregory, is also expected to miss at least four games due to a knee injury. Fortunately, Williams and Gregory will be replaced by Mike Boone and Melvin Gordon III in the meantime as they prepare for their upcoming game against the Los Angeles Chargers. The next home game is scheduled for Sunday, October 23, against the New York Jets, leaving fans with five more home games to look forward to.
A staple for the Colorado community, home season Broncos games are a can’t-miss event. From tailgating with friends and family outside the stadium to the infamous Barrel Man, jet fly-overs, great eats, and the musical presence of the Broncos Stampede, you will be sure to enjoy a well-spent Sunday.
We recommend getting to the stadium early as parking will be sure to fill up. Since Uber has become increasingly expensive on game days, RTD offers a light-rail service directly to the game on E and W lines for convenience. If you live in surrounding areas, the RTD also provides bus service directly to Union Station where you can transfer to these lines for easy access to the stadium. You can purchase tickets beforehand through the following link or look for last-minute discounts via the GameTime app! https://www.denverbroncos.com/tickets/singlegametickets