The Broncos will be .500 (5-5) if they can find a way to beat Rex Ryan and the NY Jets on Thursday Night Football (courtesy www.freshnfl.com)

Bronco Gameday – New York Jets

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The 5-4 New York Jets are heading west for a Thursday night inter-conference contest against the 4-5 Denver Broncos.  The Jets are coming of a 37-16 loss to the New England Patriots, while the Broncos are four days removed from a 17-10 victory in Kansas City.  Once again, a much talked about story line for this game will be the Denver Bronco offense and quarterback Tim TebowRex Ryan will be the fifth NFL coach in the 2011 season that gets an opportunity to put his defense up against the run-oriented Bronco offense lead by Tebow.  The Broncos offense, currently ranked 22nd overall in the NFL, is ranked second in rushing yards per game (158.2).  The New York Jets defense is allowing 116.0 rushing yards per game, which ranks them 15th in the league.  Overall, the Jets defense is ranked 8th in the league.  I am waiting anxiously to see the game plan Bronco Offensive Coordinator Mike McCoy has created for this week’s game.  I don’t think the run-heavy attack will work two weeks in a row, but if I am honest, a week ago I would have said that it wouldn’t work for one game.  Thankfully, the Broncos proved me wrong.  Enjoy the game – what a great way to end the work week!  Please continue reading for additional gameday specific information.

The game will be broadcast on the following television or radio stations:

  • NFL Network (Brad Nessler: play-by-play; Mike Mayock: color commentary; Alex Flanagan: sideline reports)
  • 850 KOA Radio (Dave Logan: play-by-play; Brian Griese: color commentary; Andy Lihahl: sideline reports)
  • Westwood One Radio (Ian Eagle: play-by-play; Trent Green: color commentary; Laura Okmin: sideline reports)

Complimentary Broncos GameDay Magazines will be given to the first 45,000 fans upon entering the stadium.

National Anthem: Evan Dalrymple

Color Guard: 7 Groups- Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, Police & Fire

TIMELINE OF EVENTS (all times shown are in Mountain Time)

4:00 pm: All Stadium Gates Open

6:04 pm: Players leave the field

6:05 pm: Stampede performance / Broncos Fight Song

6:07 pm: Game ball delivery

6:08 pm: Supercuts Roll to the Goal

6:10 pm: Military Salute

6:16 pm: Parade of Colors

6:19 pm: Jets Intros

6:21 pm: Broncos Intros

6:23 pm: Coin Toss

6:24 pm: Salvatore Giunta, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, introduced

6:26 pm: National Anthem

6:28 pm: Players take the field

6:29 pm: Kickoff

Half-time entertainment: Bud Light Bottle Race, Jessie James concert, and military salute

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