Time flies when you’re having fun so it doesn’t seem like it has been three weeks since the Broncos have played at Sports Authority Field in Mile High Stadium. Since their last home victory against the New York Jets, the Broncos have chalked up two more victories against San Diego and Minnesota with walk-off field goals by Matt Prater. In a Week 14 inter-conference battle, the Broncos will play host to the Chicago Bears. Both teams enter the game 7-5 but the Broncos have won five in a row, while the Bears have dropped their last two games. No doubt that the home fans will be fired-up and more than ready to welcome the Broncos back home after a very successful road trip. The Broncos will be ready to extend their winning streak, while the Bears appear more than ready for their opportunity to stop Tebow Time once and for all according to reports this week.
For those individuals who are attending today’s game, I’ve listed pertinent information below.
The game will be broadcast on the following television or radio stations:
- FOX (Kenny Albert: play-by-play; Daryl Johnston: color commentary; Tony Siragusa: sideline reports)
- Local radio – 850 KOA Radio (Dave Logan: play-by-play; Brian Griese: color commentary; Andy Lihahl: sideline reports)
- National radio – Compass Media Networks (Matt Smith: play-by-play; Tony Hill & Curtis Conway: color commentary)
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)
1:40 – Players leave the field
1:41 – Stampede/Broncos Fight Song
1:43 – Game Ball Delivery
1:44 – Play60
1:45 – Keeping Kids on Track check presentation
1:47 – Supercuts Roll to the Goal
1:49 – Thunderstorm skydivers
1:51 – Parade of Colors
1:55 – Bears intros
1:56 – Broncos intros
1:58 – National Anthem
2:03 – Coin Toss
2:05 – Kickoff
Flyover by Navy F5 jets
Half-time entertainment: Bud Light Bottle Race and NFL’s Punt, Pass and Kick
Go Broncos – good luck in achieving win number eight!