Denver Broncos will look to move up to a perfect 4-0 this season with a win over the visitors on Sunday Baltimore Ravens.
Technically, the Broncos didn’t play a solid team on their way to their 3-0 start, however, they convincingly beat those three teams racking up a +50 point differential while allowing just 8.5. points per game.
This second-tier defense in the NFL comes up against the sixth-tier offense led by quarterback Lamar Jackson. This will put the Broncos’ defense to the test and help us see if they really are a defensive unit to be reckoned with in 2021.
On the offensive side of the ball, Teddy Bridgewater and the Broncos were effective leading the NFL’s 16th overall offense. Don’t be fooled, however. They are 14th in assists and 10th in the race. They appear to be a balanced unit. Ravens are not. They are the highest ranked rush attack in the league, but are 20th by the way.
Hopefully it’s a good game and the Broncos come out on top.
Here is how to look.
When: Sunday, October 3 at 2:25 p.m. Mile High time
Advertisers: Andrew Catalon (play-by-play), James Lofton (analyst) and Amanda Ballonis (secondary reporting)
Radio: KOA – 850 AM | 94.1 FM and the fox – 103.5 FM | Dave Logan (play-by-play) and Rick Lewis (analyst)
If you see BLUE on the map below, you’ll at least get the Broncos-Ravens game on your local CBS affiliate this week. It’s definitely not the first game judging by the coverage here, so you might overlook it if you live in Alaska or Hawaii.
Broncos injury report
|Melvin gordon iii||RB||Ribs / Lower leg||LIMIT||LIMIT||LIMIT||QUESTIONABLE|
|Shelby harris||OF||Wrist / Illness||FULL||FULL||LIMIT||QUESTIONABLE|
|Malik Roseau||OLB||Ankle / Thumb||FULL||FULL||FULL||–|
|Justin strnad||HE B||Hand||FULL||FULL||FULL||–|
|Baron browning||HE B||Back||–||–||DNP||QUESTIONABLE|
Crows Injury Report
|Derek wolfe||OF||Back / Hip||DNP||DNP||DNP||OUTSIDE|
|Calais Campbell||OF||NIR – Rest||–||–||DNP||–|
|Justin houston||OLB||NIR – Rest||–||–||DNP||–|
Broncos betting odds
The Broncos were initially slight favorites over the Ravens to start the week, but the line slowly moved from Denver to Baltimore. So much so that the Ravens are now a favorite on the road by 1 point.
The Broncos and Ravens have had a bitter rivalry over the years and that’s just when the team was in Baltimore. If you go back to the 1980s, you might even include those big playoff games with the Cleveland browns. Since the move to Baltimore, however, they have had some good games. Denver has gotten the better of them in recent years by winning three of the last five games, but overall the series is tied 6-6. In the playoffs, the Ravens have a perfect 2-0 record against the Broncos.
We have an exceptional podcast lineup for you every week and a big thank you to everyone who tunes in to our shows every week. We love you! Go Broncos!
On MHR Radio this week, Ian St. Clair and Adam Malnati are wondering if the Broncos can go 4-0 this week and they think it’s entirely possible for this Denver team.
On the Cover 2 Broncos podcast with Joe Rowles, he invited Tim Jenkins to talk about quarterbacks and how Denver could well compete with the Ravens on Sunday.
The Dublin to Denver podcast with Michael McQuaid, Colum Cronin and Stewart Roche brought me on their show this week to talk about the Broncos’ win in Week 3 and to provide a preview of the tough competition ahead against the Ravens in week 4.
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2021 Denver Broncos schedule
|1||12/9/2021||at the New York Giants||2:25 p.m.||FOX||27-13||1-0|
|2||09/19/2021||at Jacksonville Jaguars||11:00||SCS||23-13||2-0|
|3||09/26/2021||against the New York Jets||2:05 p.m.||SCS||26-0||3-0|
|4||03/10/2021||vs Baltimore Ravens||2:25 p.m.||SCS|
|5||10/10/2021||at the Pittsburgh Steelers||11:00||FOX|
|6||10/17/2021||against the Las Vegas Raiders||2:25 p.m.||SCS|
|7||10/21/2021||at Cleveland Browns (TNF)||6:20 p.m.||NFLN|
|8||10/31/2021||against the Washington football team||2:25 p.m.||FOX|
|9||07/11/2021||at the Dallas Cowboys||11:00||FOX|
|ten||11/14/2021||against the Philadelphia Eagles||2:25 p.m.||SCS|
|12||11/28/2021||vs Los Angeles Chargers||2:05 p.m.||SCS|
|13||12/5/2021||Kansas City Chiefs||11:00||SCS|
|14||12/12/2021||against the Detroit Lions||2:05 p.m.||FOX|
|15||12/19/2021||vs Cincinnati Bengals||2:05 p.m.||SCS|
|16||12/26/2021||to the Las Vegas Raiders||2:25 p.m.||SCS|
|17||1/2/2022||at the Los Angeles Chargers||2:05 p.m.||SCS|
|18||1/9/2022||against the Kansas City Chiefs||2:25 p.m.||SCS|