It’s gameday. Broncos vs. 49ers. Are you as excited as we are? Predominantly Orange has you covered with any and all questions you may have regarding Denver Broncos football.
Yesterday, Chad put out a post where you can find any and all TV, radio, and other listings for today’s matchup between the Broncos and 49ers. Essentially, there’s no excuse to miss this game, whether you’re local in San Francisco or Denver, have the NFL Network, or have paid the fee to obtain NFL Preseason Live (which had a disappointing week one).
How to Watch Online: NFL Preseason Live
Book it HERE for every NFL preseason game live (out of market) and you can also use this feature to re-watch the games later, in case you get an itch to do some scouting like we do.
This package has some really great features, including the ability to watch any and every game from your tablet. You can also watch a condensed version of a game, which takes about 30 minutes to watch the whole thing.
It’s pretty interesting.
Other Game Viewing Info
Chad has you covered for any other form of game viewing information, although it’s pretty straight forward. If you have NFL Network, you have the game.
The game will start at 2PM MST and 4PM EST.
Information You May Care to Know
- This is the first game played at Levi’s Stadium. The Broncos have a red logo covering their stadium, so I’ll try not to judge too much, but Levi’s? I suppose if you pony up the cash, you can sponsor anything, even an NFL stadium. Good on you, Levi’s.
- The Broncos’ starters shouldn’t play more than a quarter. Next week will be the closest we get to the regular season game flow for awhile, as the starters won’t play any in the fourth and final preseason game. However, in today’s contest, you can expect possibly a full quarter from Peyton Manning and the rest of the crew unless they get their job done quicker than that.
- Kayvon Webster rolled an ankle in practice, and the coaches/team kept him back in Denver. He won’t be playing.