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Top 5 most intriguing games on the Denver Broncos' 2023 schedule

Top 5 most intriguing games on the Denver Broncos' 2023 schedule

Top 5 most intriguing games on the Denver Broncos' 2023 schedule

The 2023 Denver Broncos schedule has been released by the NFL, and it features a number of standout matchups, including several grudge matches.


Here is a short glance at the Broncos' 2023 schedule's most exciting matches.

#5. Week 11 vs. Vikings: Sunday Night Football in Denver

When the Denver Broncos meet the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday Night Football in Week 11, George Paton will play against his former team. Denver has four games scheduled in the evening.


#4. Week 6 @ Chiefs: First prime-time game of 2023 season

The Broncos won't play their first prime-time game of the 2023 campaign until a Thursday Night Football matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs on the road in Week 6, after playing on national television early and frequently last season. Against Kansas City, Denver will try to end a 15-game losing run.


#3. Week 10 @ Bills: Von Miller plays against Broncos for the first time

With the Broncos for the first ten and a half years of his career, Von Miller was nominated for eight Pro Bowls and recorded a franchise-high 110.5 sacks. After leading the club to a 24-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, he was named the game's MVP. Miller received a second Super Bowl ring that year after being traded to the Los Angeles Rams in the middle of the season. Miller joined the Buffalo Bills in 2022, and in Week 10's Monday Night Football game, he will face the Broncos for the first time.


#2. Week 3 @ Dolphins: Vic Fangio faces former team

From 2019 through 2021, Vic Fangio led the Broncos to a 19-30 record before being sacked. The Philadelphia Eagles hired him as a consultant for a portion of the previous season before he joined the Miami Dolphins this summer as their new defensive coordinator. In Week 3, Fangio's defense will now face off against Sean Payton's offense.


#1. Week 5 vs. Jets: Nathaniel Hackett returns with Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers was signed by the New York Jets with Nathaniel Hackett serving as their offensive coordinator one year after the Broncos failed to recruit him to Denver while he was their head coach. After beginning his debut year as a head coach with a 4-11 record and two games left in the season last year, Hackett was sacked by the Broncos. With Rodgers in charge of the Jets' offense in Week 5, Hackett is now scheduled to go back to Denver.

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