What time will the Broncos’ game against the Bills start and what television channel will the game be on? View the answers here.
The Denver Broncos (3-7) will travel to New Era Field to take on the Buffalo Bills (7-3) in Week 12 of the 2019 NFL season on Sunday, Nov. 24. The game will begin at 11:00 a.m. MT and will air on CBS. In-market fans can stream the contest with FuboTV (try it free).
Kevin Harlan (play-by-play) and Rich Gannon (analyst) will call the game for CBS with former NFL kicker Jay Feely reporting from the sideline.
On the radio, the game will air on KOA 850 AM/94.1 FM and The Fox 103.5 FM in English. The contest will also air in Spanish on KNRV 1150 AM.
The Bills and Broncos have played each other 37 times since 1960 and Buffalo owns a 20-16-1 advantage in the all-time series, including a 13-11 record at home. The Bills have won three of their last four games against Denver, including a 26-16 win in 2017, which was the last time these two teams faced off.
Fans in the yellow areas on the map below will get the game on local CBS stations, according to 506sports.com.
Those in the green will watch the Oakland Raiders take on the New York Jets and fans in the red will see the Carolina Panthers face the New Orleans Saints. Fans in the orange will see the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Cincinnati Bengals and those in the blue will watch the Jacksonville Jaguars take on the Tennessee Titans.
The Broncos are considered 3.5-point underdogs against Buffalo.
“He’s got good quarterback instincts,” Vic Fangio said of Brandon Allen. “I like him. He’s taking advantage of his opportunity.”
Before Brandon Allen filled in for an injured Joe Flacco in Week 9, most Broncos fans probably assumed he was going to be a journeyman career backup in the NFL. After throwing three touchdown passes and starting in a win and in a near-upset, Allen’s beginning to get a little more respect.
“I think he’s a gamer,” Denver coach Vic Fangio said Wednesday. “Like I told you guys before he played his first game, I didn’t know exactly how he would do, but [any struggles] wouldn’t be because he was overwhelmed by the situation.
“He’s verified that. He likes playing football. He enjoys being out there in the fray. He’s got good quarterback instincts. I like him. He’s taking advantage of his opportunity.”
Allen has demonstrated composure and hasn’t been rattled by getting thrown into the starting lineup on short notice. The Arkansas product has completed 49.2 percent of his passes for 433 yards with three touchdowns and one interception through two games.
On Sunday, Allen will face a Bills defense that ranks third against the pass this season, allowing an average of just 197.8 yards per game.