CENTENNIAL, Colo. -- All of the Broncos goals remain in front of them. And they will be in full view when the team returns from the bye week. NBC flexed the Nov. 27 game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, shifting the start time from 2:25 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
It replaces the New York Jets-New England Patriots. The Broncos will also play their Dec. 25 game at Kansas City in prime time. These games could determine whether the Broncos win their sixth-straight AFC West title and their playoff seed. Denver sits at 7-3, a half game behind the Oakland Raiders in the division. Denver has the toughest remaining schedule by opponent's winning percentage, playing Kansas City twice, Oakland, New England, Tennessee and Jacksonville.
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