The Denver Broncos are running the table with a 15-game winning streak dating back to last season. With a win over the Dallas Cowboys (2-2) this week, they can establish a team mark with consecutive road wins.
The Broncos own a 6-4 advantage over the Cowboys all time, and they haven’t lost to Dallas since September of 1995.
This will be the third NFC East team the Broncos have faced this season.
Broadcast information: TELEVISION: KCNC-TV(CBS 4): CBS’s No. 1 crew of Jim Nantz (play-by-play) and Phil Simms (color commentary) will call the game. NATIONAL RADIO: WestwoodOne Sports: Chuck Cooperstein (play-by-play) and Trent Green (color commentary) will call the game. LOCAL RADIO: KOA (850 AM)/The Fox (103.5 FM): Dave Logan (play-by-play) and Ed McCaffrey (color commentary) will call the game with Alan Roach reporting from the sidelines. LOCAL SPANISH RADIO: KMXA (1090 AM)/KJMN (92.1 FM): Luis Canela (play-by-play) and Rafael Medina (color commentary) will call the game.
Kickoff at AT&T Stadium on Sunday is scheduled for 3:25 p.m. CDT.
- Broncos head coach John Fox was the defensive coordinator for the New York Giants at the same time Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett was the backup QB there.
- The Broncos need to win by at least seven points to tie the ’41-’42 Chicago Bears for most consecutive wins by a touchdown or more.
- Since 1996, the Broncos have the NFL’s best record in the first month of the regular season. They’re 46-20 (.697).
Need to know if you’re getting tomorrow’s game on television. Well, unless you’re in Arizona, you are.