With another season completed, the Denver Broncos can look ahead to 2020. After the 2019 Week 17 games, Broncos Country has an idea on who they will play.
The Denver Broncos will enter the offseason with a lot of promise and it appears without a quarterback controversy. It is looking like Drew Lock will be the guy who will be under center in 2020. If so, the team can now focus on other needs.
The one question that most fans ask is who will the Broncos face when the season starts up in September? Well, Broncos Country at least knows who they will play. The only thing that is uncertain is when.
When the Broncos return for the 2020 season, they will face off against a nearly new slate of teams. For the 2020 season, the Broncos will face off against each team in their division twice like normal. They will also face off against every team from the AFC East. They welcome the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins to Denver while they travel to East Rutherford and Foxbourgh to face the Jets and Patriots respectfully.
They will also welcome the Tennessee Titans to Denver for the second year in a row. Denver was able to shutout the Titans in week six this season. They will also make their first trip to Pennsylvania in three years as they face the Pittsburgh Steelers.
And to round out the schedule, the Broncos will face every team from the NFC South. They welcome the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers while they travel to face the Carolina Panthers and possibly the Atlanta Falcons.
2020 could however see the Broncos playing in their first international game since 2010. The Atlanta Falcons will have one non-divisional home game played outside of Atlanta as part of the international series. Who Atlanta plays for that game remains to be determined.
There should be a lot of storylines in these games alone. It will be interesting how Drew Lock fares against the likes of the Patriots, Panthers, and Steelers.
It should be a solid year for the Denver Broncos depending on how the offseason goes. But all I can say is that I am excited for what the first year of the new decade brings.