We already knew the two games that were on the schedule for about the past week. Those were the game in London vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Christmas Day game in Los Angeles against the defending champion Los Angeles Rams.


For the first time in a long time, the Broncos will be featured on primetime a lot. Between Sunday Night Football and Monday Night Football, they will be one of the weekly primetime games five times, and three of those will be at Empower Field at Mile High.

So now's the time to plan which game(s) you want to go to and what record you think the Broncos will have. As for the strength of their schedule, which is kind of hard to determine, but is done so by looking at last year's team records and going by that.

It's tough because, so many teams change so much in the offseason and they're completely different from the year before but for what it's worth, the Broncos' strength of schedule is pretty much in the middle of the pack, ranking 15th out of 32 teams.

So let's break it down starting with a banger right off the bat as Russell Wilson returns home to Seattle for a visit against the Seahawks in week 1 on Monday Night Football.

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