NFL Announces Denver Broncos 2018 Schedule
By Tylor Walden
The NFL has revealed all of the games for all 32 teams. When do the Denver Broncos face off against the 20 teams they play? Let’s find out.
It is the moment Broncos Country has been waiting on. The Denver Broncos 2018 schedule is finally released. Start planning your trips.
The NFL has released the schedules for all 32 NFL teams. Without further ado, here is the Denver Broncos 2018 schedule.
Drum roll please…
vs. Minnesota Vikings (Saturday August 11th)
vs. Chicago Bears (Saturday August 18th)
at Washington Redskins (Friday August 24th)
at Arizona Cardinals (Thursday August 30th)
vs. Seattle Seahawks (Sunday September 9th) 2:25 PM MT
vs. Oakland Raiders (Sunday September 16th) 2:25 PM MT
at Baltimore Ravens (Sunday September 23rd) 11:00 AM MT
vs. Kansas City Chiefs (Monday October 1st) 6:15 PM MT
at New York Jets (Sunday October 7th) 11:00 AM MT
vs. Los Angeles Rams (Sunday October 14th) 2:05 PM MT
at Arizona Cardinals (Thursday October 18th) 6:20 PM MT
at Kansas City Chiefs (Sunday October 28th) 11:00 AM MT
vs. Houston Texans (Sunday November 4th) 2:05 PM MT
Week 10 Bye Week
at Los Angeles Chargers (Sunday November 18th) 2:05 PM MT
vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (Sunday November 25th) 2:25 PM MT
at Cincinnati Bengals (Sunday December 2nd) 11:00 AM MT
at San Francisco 49ers (Sunday December 9th) 2:05 PM MT
vs Cleveland Browns (Saturday December 15th) 2:30 PM MT or 6:20 PM MT
at Oakland Raiders (Monday December 24th) 6:15 PM MT
vs. Los Angeles Chargers (Sunday December 30th) 2:25 PM MT
Looking at this schedule, I am actually okay with this one. Unlike last year, the Broncos do not have three straight road games. They do have two instances where they are on the road two weeks in a row. One thing that I really enjoy is the Week Ten bye.
Denver only has a time where they stick at home for longer than a week, which is the first two games of the season.
The Denver Broncos get three prime time games in 2018, unless they are flexed into Sunday Night Football. The Broncos get Oakland and Kansas City on Monday night. They also get the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night Football.
An interesting stat that I discovered while viewing this schedule. For the first time since 2011, the Denver Broncos do not play on Sunday Night. That is really odd to see. However, they can be flexed if they do well. But no Sunday Night Football for the Denver Broncos just feels off.
Prepare for your games now Broncos Country. 2018 will be a great year. Get to a game if you can.