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2010 Denver Broncos season

NFL team season

The 2010 Denver Broncos season was the franchise's 41st season in the National Football League, the 51st overall and the 10th playing their home games at INVESCO Field at Mile High. The off-season was marked by the draft selections of Georgia Techwide receiverDemaryius Thomas and All-American FloridaquarterbackTim Tebow, as well as season-ending injuries to All-ProlinebackerElvis Dumervil and free agent running backLenDale White. The team failed to improve on its 8–8 record from 2009, and set a new franchise record for losses in a single season, with a 4–12 record, which was their worst record in the post-merger era, and worst in a 16-game schedule. In addition, this was the Broncos' fifth-consecutive non-playoff season, which is tied with 2016–2020 for the second-longest such streak in franchise history, behind 1960–1976.[1] The regular season was marked by a videotaping scandal and the firing of head coach Josh McDaniels.

The Broncos had the league's worst defense in 2010, allowing a league-worst 471 points (29.4 per game) and 6,253 yards.[2]

Coaching changes[edit]

  • On January 13, longtime offensive coordinator/line coach Rick Dennison was hired as the new offensive coordinator for the Houston Texans.[3]
  • On January 14, longtime running backs coach Bobby Turner was hired to the same position with the Washington Redskins, reuniting him with former Broncos' head coachMike Shanahan.[4]
  • On January 18, the Broncos and defensive coordinator Mike Nolan decided to mutually part ways.[5]
  • On January 23, the following changes were made to the Broncos' coaching staff: Eric Studesville was hired as the new running backs coach. Bob Ligashesky was hired as the new tight ends coach, a position previously held by Clancy Barone, who was moved to offensive line coach. Bob Wylie was named the assistant offensive line coach. Ben McDaniels, younger brother of former head coach Josh McDaniels, became the quarterbacks coach, while Mike McCoy, who previously served as both quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, retained his position as offensive coordinator.[6]
  • On January 28, Don Martindale was promoted from linebackers coach to the defensive coordinator position that was previously vacated by Mike Nolan.[7]
  • On February 11, Craig Aukerman, who was previously a linebackers coach at Kent State University, was named the team's defensive assistant.[8]
  • On February 23, the coaching staff was finalized, when Brian Callahan was hired as a coaching assistant.[9]

Firing of Josh McDaniels[edit]

On December 6, head coachJosh McDaniels was fired, one day after the team's 10–6 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 13. In addition to the team's sluggish performance (they had gone 5–17 since a 6–0 start to the 2009 season), the videotaping scandal was a factor in his ouster. According to The Denver Post, while Broncos' owner Pat Bowlen did not consider the incident something that merited firing McDaniels for cause, he and others in the Broncos' front office still felt his failure to report the incident was "unforgivable." Running backs coach Eric Studesville was named interim coach that same day.[10]

Roster changes[edit]

Free agents[edit]

PositionPlayerTag2010 TeamNotes
SJosh BarrettNone
PMitch BergerNone
LBElvis DumervilNonesigned tender June 14,[11] signed contract extension July 22,[12]
placed on injured reserve September 4[13]
SVernon FoxUFANone
GBrandon GorinUFANone
LBNick GreisenUFAOmaha Nighthawks (UFL)signed April 29,[14] waived August 12[15]
OTBen HamiltonUFASeattle Seahawkssigned with the Seahawks on April 20[16]
G/CRuss HochsteinUFADenver Broncossigned March 5[17]
DEVonnie HollidayUFAWashington Redskinssigned with the Redskins on May 17[18]
GChris KuperRFADenver Broncossigned June 4[19]
CBTy LawUFANone
WRBrandon LloydUFADenver Broncossigned March 5[17]
WRBrandon MarshallRFAMiami Dolphinssigned tender April 13,[20] traded to the Dolphins on April 14[21]
QBKyle OrtonRFADenver Broncossigned tender April 16,[22] contract extension August 19[23]
PKMatt PraterERFADenver Broncossigned March 9,[24] placed on injured reserve December 23[25]
TETony SchefflerRFADetroit Lionssigned tender April 14,[26] traded to the Lions on April 20[27]
DELe Kevin SmithRFADenver Broncossigned March 11,[28] released September 7,[29]
re-signed October 26,[30] released November 9[31]

Signings[edit]

PositionPlayer2009 TeamNotes
RBJ. J. ArringtonInjured reservesigned March 5,[32] traded to the Philadelphia Eagles on July 31[33]
LB/DEBaraka AtkinsSan Francisco 49erssigned January 13,[34] waived September 5[35]
LBAkin AyodeleMiami Dolphinssigned April 24,[36] released August 24[37]
RBLance BallPractice squad playermoved to the active roster on November 10,[38] on final roster
DTJustin BannanBaltimore Ravenssigned March 5,[39] on final roster
OTKirk BartonDetroit Lionssigned July 7,[40] waived August 23[41]
LBDiyral BriggsSan Francisco 49ersmoved to the active roster on October 19,[42]
waived October 25[43]
RBAndre BrownNew York Giantssigned September 5,[35] released September 15,[44]
assigned to the practice squad on September 17,[45]
moved to the active roster on September 21,[46]
released October 16[47]
GJeff ByersPractice squad playermoved to the active roster on December 23,[25] on final roster
WRPatrick CarterSeattle Seahawkssigned August 5,[48] waived August 23[41]
OTChris ClarkMinnesota Vikingssigned September 5,[35] on final roster
TEDaniel CoatsCincinnati Bengalssigned November 9,[31] released November 10,[38]
re-signed December 7,[49] on final roster
GStanley DanielsGreen Bay Packerssigned May 14,[50] waived December 11,[51]
moved to the active roster on December 22,[52]
on final roster
WRBritt DavisNew York Jetssigned August 5,[48] released September 4,[13]
assigned to the practice squad September 5,[35]
moved to the active roster December 13,[53] on final roster
LBBruce DavisNew England Patriotssigned June 1,[54] waived July 27[55]
FBKyle EckelNew Orleans Saintssigned June 4,[56] placed on injured reserve June 17[57]
RBJustin FargasOakland Raiderssigned August 11,[58] released August 30[59]
CDustin FryCarolina Pantherssigned January 7,[60] released August 19[61]
DEJarvis GreenNew England Patriotssigned March 9,[62] released September 4[63]
PKSteven HauschkaAtlanta Falcons/Detroit Lionssigned December 11,[51] on final roster
DE/LBJason HunterDetroit Lionssigned August 19,[64] on final roster
CBChevis JacksonNew England Patriotssigned December 20,[65] on final roster
CBNate JonesMiami Dolphinssigned March 5,[39] on final roster
DTLouis LeonardNew England Patriotssigned December 27,[66] on final roster
GMatt McChesneyInjured reservesigned January 7,[60] retired on May 16[67]
LBLee RobinsonPractice squad playermoved to the active roster on December 7,[49]
placed on injured reserve December 27[66]
RBKolby SmithKansas City Chiefssigned June 15,[68] waived August 4[69]
TEKory SperryMiami Dolphinssigned August 24[37] waived September 3[70]
PA. J. TrapassoTennessee Titanssigned January 7,[60] released June 15[68]
LBDavid VeikuneCleveland Brownssigned November 17,[71] on final roster
DTKevin VickersonTennessee Titanssigned September 7,[29] on final roster
RBLenDale WhiteTennessee Titanssigned August 4,[69] placed on injured reserve September 3[70]
NTJamal WilliamsSan Diego Chargerssigned March 9,[72] on final roster
LBJohnny WilliamsPittsburgh Steelerssigned August 12,[15] waived September 3[70]
OTMaurice WilliamsJacksonville Jaguarssigned May 6,[73] released June 4[74]
LBWorrell WilliamsSacramento Mountain Lions (UFL)signed August 20,[75] released September 4,
assigned to practice squad September 5,[13][35]
released September 14[76]
Indicates that the player was a free agent at the end of his respective team's 2009 season.

Departures[edit]

Trades[edit]

Draft[edit]

Main article: 2010 NFL draft

Draft trades

  1. ^The Broncos acquired the No. 11 overall selection, along with quarterbackKyle Orton, as part of an April 2009 trade that sent quarterback Jay Cutler to the Chicago Bears. The Broncos later traded the No. 11 selection to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for the 49ers' first- (No. 13 overall; later traded to the Philadelphia Eagles) and fourth- (No. 113 overall; later traded to the New England Patriots) round selections.[85][86]
  2. ^The Broncos traded their original first-round selection (No. 14 overall) to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for a 2009 second-round selection.[87]
  3. ^The Broncos traded the No. 13 overall selection (see draft note 1) to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for the Eagles' first-round selection (No. 24 overall; later traded to the New England Patriots) and two third-round selections – Nos. 70 & 87 overall (the No. 70 selection was later traded to the Baltimore Ravens).[86]
  4. ^The Broncos acquired the New England Patriots' first-round selection – No. 22 overall – in exchange for their first- (No. 24 overall; see draft note 3) and fourth- (No. 113 overall; see draft note 1) round selections.[86][88]
  5. ^The Broncos acquired the Baltimore Ravens' first-round selection – No. 25 overall – in exchange for one of their two-second-round selections (No. 43 overall; acquired in a pre-draft trade from the Miami Dolphins in exchange for wide receiverBrandon Marshall), one of their three third-round selections (No. 70 overall; see draft note 3) and their original fourth-round selection (No. 114 overall).[86]
  6. ^See draft note 3.
  7. ^See draft notes 1, 3, 4 & 5.
  8. ^The Broncos traded their original fifth-round selection (No. 146 overall) and a 2009 seventh-round selection to the Detroit Lions in exchange for a 2009 sixth-round selection.[92]
  9. ^The Broncos acquired this fifth-round selection (No. 137 overall) from the Philadelphia Eagles as part of a pre-draft, three-way trade that also involved the Detroit Lions – the Broncos sent tight endTony Scheffler and their original seventh-round selection (No. 220 overall; later traded to the Eagles during the draft) to the Lions, who sent linebackerErnie Simms to the Eagles.
  10. ^In 2008, the Broncos acquired a No. 158 selection (fifth-round) in a trade that sent guardMontrae Holland to the Dallas Cowboys. In August 2009, the Broncos traded this selection to the New England Patriots in exchange for defensive endLe Kevin Smith and a 2010 seventh-round selection – No. 231 overall. One week later, the Broncos sent the No. 231 selection back to the Patriots in a trade for guard/centerRuss Hochstein.[93][94][95]
  11. ^See draft note 9.
  12. ^The Broncos acquired these two seventh-round selections (Nos. 225 & 232 overall) from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in exchange for their 2011 fifth-round selection.[98]
  13. ^See draft note 10.

Undrafted free agents[edit]

All undrafted free agents were signed on April 26,[100] unless noted otherwise.
PlayerPositionCollegeNotes
LB/DEKevin AlexanderClemsonreleased September 4,[13]
assigned to practice squad September 5,[35]
promoted to active roster October 16,[47]
released December 20[65]
WRAlric ArnettWest Virginiawaived September 3[70]
RBToney BakerNorth Carolina Statewaived August 23[41]
NT/DEJaron BastonMissourireleased June 17[57]
LBDevin BishopCaliforniareleased August 20[75]
LB/DTKorey BosworthUCLAreleased June 15[68]
SMarcellus BowmanBoston Collegereleased May 6[73]
RBChris BrownOklahomareleased May 3[101]
OTPaul DuncanNotre Damewaived September 3[70]
DEBen GarlandAir Forceplaced on the reserve/military list[13]
TERiar GeerColoradoreleased September 4,[13]
assigned to practice squad September 5[35]
WRPatrick HoneycuttMiddle Tennessee Statewaived August 5[48]
WRDicky Lyons, Jr.Kentuckysigned May 3,[101] waived July 6[102]
TChris MarinelliStanfordwaived July 27[55]
SKyle McCarthyNotre Damereleased September 4,[13]
assigned to practice squad September 5,[35]
promoted to active roster October 16,[47]
placed on injured reserve December 13[53]
TENathan OverbayEastern Washingtonwaived September 3[70]
GMichael ShumardTexas A&Mreleased May 6[73]
NTJeff StehleWisconsinreleased September 4,[13]
assigned to practice squad September 14,[76]
released October 13[103]
CBCassius VaughnMississippion final roster
WRLandis WilliamsMainewaived July 6[102]

Injuries[edit]

  • August 4: Shortly after the start of training camp, the Broncos suffered a devastating blow to their defense, when outside linebacker/defensive endElvis Dumervil suffered a torn pectoral muscle in practice. Though there was speculation that Dumervil would be able to return as early as November,[104] he was placed on injured reserve on September 4, and missed the entire 2010 season.[13]
  • September 2: During the team's last preseason game at the Minnesota Vikings, running backLenDale White suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon, and missed the 2010 season.[70] White, a Denver native, was signed to a free-agent contract on August 4, after he was released by the Seattle Seahawks in May, and spending his first four seasons with the Tennessee Titans.[69]
  • September 4: Wide receiverBrandon Stokley was placed on injured reserve.[13] Ten days later (September 14), was released after reaching an injury settlement. Stokley later signed with the Seattle Seahawks on September 28.[80]
  • October 18: Wide receiver Matthew Willis was placed on injured reserve, after suffering a broken foot during the team's 24–20 loss to the New York Jets the previous day.[105]
  • December 6: Tight endDan Gronkowski and linebacker Joe Mays were placed on injured reserve. Gronkowski injured his ankle, while Mays sprained a left knee ligament, during the Broncos Week 13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs the previous day.[106]
  • December 22: FullbackSpencer Larsen was placed on injured reserve, due to an ankle injury that he suffered during the Broncos' Week 15 loss to the Oakland Raiders three days earlier.[52]
  • December 23: PlacekickerMatt Prater was placed on injured reserve. Prater had been bothered by a nagging groin injury for several weeks, and had not played since the team's Week 13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.[25]
  • December 27: Linebacker Lee Robinson was placed on injured reserve, after suffering a hamstring injury during the Broncos' Week 16 win over the Houston Texans the previous day.[66]

Staff[edit]

Final roster[edit]

Preseason[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.

Game summaries[edit]

Week 1: at Jacksonville Jaguars[edit]

Game information

First quarter

Second quarter

Third quarter

  • JAX – 10:43 Marcedes Lewis 10-yard TD pass from David Garrard, Josh Scobee kick. Drive: 7 plays, 53 yards, 4:17. (JAX 14–7)
  • DEN – 4:07 Knowshon Moreno 1-yard TD run, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 4 plays, 40 yards, 1:59. (tied 14–14)
  • JAX – 0:45 Josh Scobee 45-yard FG. Drive: 7 plays, 26 yards, 3:22. (JAX 17–14)

Fourth quarter

  • DEN – 11:20 Matt Prater 54-yard FG. Drive: 9 plays, 44 yards, 4:25. (tied 17–17)
  • JAX – 7:59 Kassim Osgood 24-yard TD pass from David Garrard, Josh Scobee kick. Drive: 7 plays, 83 yards, 3:21.(JAX 24–17)

Top passers

  • DEN – Kyle Orton: 21/33, 295 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
  • JAX – David Garrard: 16/21, 170 yards, 3 TD

Top rushers

  • DEN – Knowshon Moreno: 15 rushes, 60 yards, 1 TD
  • JAX – Maurice Jones-Drew: 23 rushes, 98 yards

Top receivers

Top tacklers

The Broncos began their 2010 season at EverBank Field against the Jacksonville Jaguars. After a scoreless first quarter, the Broncos trailed late in the second quarter, as Jaguars' quarterback David Garrard completed a 21-yard touchdown pass to tight end Marcedes Lewis. The Broncos answered prior to halftime, as quarterback Kyle Orton found wide receiver Jabar Gaffney on an 8-yard touchdown pass. The Jaguars reclaimed the lead in the third quarter, as Garrard hooked up with Lewis again on a 10-yard touchdown pass. The Broncos responded with a 1-yard touchdown run from running back Knowshon Moreno. However, the Jaguars grabbed the lead again, with a 45-yard field goal by placekicker Josh Scobee. The Broncos caught up in the fourth quarter with a 54-yard field goal by placekicker Matt Prater. However, the Jaguars got the last laugh, as Garrard completed a 24-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Kassim Osgood.[107]

Week 2: vs. Seattle Seahawks[edit]

Game information

First quarter

Second quarter

  • DEN – 10:30 Correll Buckhalter 1-yard TD run, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 10 plays, 81 yards, 4:41. (DEN 14–0)
  • DEN – 0:11 Matt Prater 20-yard FG. Drive: 16 plays, 91 yards, 6:07. (DEN 17–0)

Third quarter

Fourth quarter

  • DEN – 9:11 Demaryius Thomas 21-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 14 plays, 80 yards, 7:56. (DEN 31–7)
  • SEA – 5:59 Matt Hasselbeck 20-yard TD run, Olindo Mare kick. Drive: 8 plays, 80 yards, 3:12.(DEN 31–14)

Top passers

  • SEA – Matt Hasselbeck: 20/35, 233 yards, 1 TD, 3 INT
  • DEN – Kyle Orton: 25/35, 307 yards, 2 TD

Top rushers

  • SEA – Justin Forsett: 8 rushes, 44 yards
  • DEN – Knowshon Moreno: 24 rushes, 51 yards, 1 TD

Top receivers

  • SEA – Golden Tate: 1 reception, 52 yards
  • DEN – Demaryius Thomas: 8 receptions, 97 yards, 1 TD

Top tacklers

Hoping to rebound from their season-opening loss to the Jaguars, the Broncos played on home ground for an interconference duel with the Seattle Seahawks. In the first quarter, the Broncos took the early lead, as quarterback Kyle Orton completed a 13-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Eddie Royal, followed in the second quarter by a 1-yard touchdown run from running back Correll Buckhalter and a 20-yard field goal by placekicker Matt Prater. The Seahawks got on the board in the third quarter, when quarterback Matt Hasselbeck completed an 11-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Ben Obomanu, but the Broncos replied with a 1-yard touchdown run from running back Knowshon Moreno. The Broncos increased their lead in the fourth quarter, when Orton threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. The Seahawks replied, with Hasselbeck scrambling 20 yards for a touchdown, but the Broncos' lead was too much for Seattle to overcome.[108]

Week 3: vs. Indianapolis Colts[edit]

Week Three: Indianapolis Colts at Denver Broncos – Game summary

1234Total
Colts677727
Broncos0310013

at INVESCO Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

Game information

First quarter

  • IND – 7:35 Adam Vinatieri 38-yard FG. Drive: 8 plays, 44 yards, 3:11. (IND 3–0)
  • IND – 1:38 Adam Vinatieri 33-yard FG. Drive: 4 plays, −1 yards, 0:53. (IND 6–0)

Second quarter

  • IND – 10:37 Austin Collie 5-yard TD pass from Peyton Manning, Adam Vinatieri kick. Drive: 7 plays, 26 yards, 3:00. (IND 13–0)
  • DEN – 0:12 Matt Prater 25-yard FG. Drive: 11 plays, 54 yards, 1:37. (IND 13–3)

Third quarter

  • DEN – 11:40 Brandon Lloyd 48-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 6 plays, 80 yards, 3:20. (IND 13–10)
  • IND – 4:51 Blair White 9-yard TD pass from Peyton Manning, Adam Vinatieri kick. Drive: 10 plays, 79 yards, 4:40. (IND 20–10)
  • DEN – 2:24 Matt Prater 34-yard FG. Drive: 6 plays, 64 yards, 2:27. (IND 20–13)

Fourth quarter

  • IND – 4:26 Austin Collie 23-yard TD pass from Peyton Manning, Adam Vinatieri kick. Drive: 9 plays, 88 yards, 4:16.(IND 27–13)

Top passers

  • IND – Peyton Manning: 27/43, 325 yards, 3 TD
  • DEN – Kyle Orton: 37/57, 476 yards 1 TD, 1 INT

Top rushers

Top receivers

  • IND – Austin Collie: 12 receptions, 171 yards, 2 TD
  • DEN – Brandon Lloyd: 6 receptions, 169 yards, 1 TD

Top tacklers

Coming off their win over the Seahawks, the Broncos remained on home ground for an AFC duel with the Indianapolis Colts. In the first quarter, the Broncos trailed early when Colts' placekicker Adam Vinatieri nailed field goals from 38 and 33 yards. This was followed in the second quarter by quarterback Peyton Manning throwing a 5-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Austin Collie. The Broncos got on the board, with placekicker Matt Prater nailing a 25-yard field goal. In the third quarter, the Broncos cut the lead, when quarterback Kyle Orton completed a 48-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Brandon Lloyd, but the Colts replied, with Manning throwing a 9-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Blair White. The Broncos responded, with Prater hitting a 34-yard field goal, but they trailed further in the fourth quarter, when Manning found Collie on a 23-yard touchdown pass, sealing the win for Indianapolis.[109]

Notes

Prior to the game, a moment of silence was held for wide receiver Kenny McKinley, who died on September 20, with the team paying tribute to him by placing a No. 11 decal on their helmets in his honor.[109]

Week 4: at Tennessee Titans[edit]

Week Four: Denver Broncos at Tennessee Titans – Game summary

1234Total
Broncos01061026
Titans01010020

at LP Field, Nashville, Tennessee

  • Date: October 3
  • Game time: 12:00 p.m. CDT/11:00 am. MDT
  • Game weather: 54 °F (12 °C), cloudy
  • Game attendance: 69,143
  • Referee: Clete Blakeman
  • TV announcers (CBS): Kevin Harlan and Solomon Wilcots
  • Recap, Gamebook
Game information

First quarter

Second quarter

  • DEN – 11:24 Eddie Royal 2-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 5 plays, 68 yards, 2:23. (DEN 7–0)
  • TEN – 9:18 Kenny Britt 8-yard TD pass from Vince Young, Rob Bironas kick. Drive: 4 plays, 71 yards, 2:06. (tied 7–7)
  • DEN – 0:23 Matt Prater 36-yard FG. Drive: 13 plays, 62 yards, 4:28. (DEN 10–7)
  • TEN – 0:00 Rob Bironas 55-yard FG. Drive: 4 plays, 26 yards, 0:23. (tied 10–10)

Third quarter

  • DEN – 10:30 Matt Prater 36-yard FG. Drive: 9 plays, 51 yards, 4:30. (DEN 13–10)
  • TEN – 10:19 Marc Mariani 98-yard kickoff return for a TD, Rob Bironas kick. Drive: 0:11. (TEN 17–13)
  • DEN – 8:12 Matt Prater 35-yard FG. Drive: 4 plays, 6 yards, 2:07. (TEN 17–16)
  • TEN – 5:00 Rob Bironas 46-yard FG. Drive: 7 plays, 39 yards, 3:12. (TEN 20–16)

Fourth quarter

  • DEN – 1:33 Correll Buckhalter 6-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 5 plays, 49 yards, 1:09. (DEN 23–20)
  • DEN – 0:28 Matt Prater 36-yard FG. Drive: 4 plays, −1 yards, 1:05.(DEN 26–20)

Top passers

  • DEN – Kyle Orton: 35/50, 341 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
  • TEN – Vince Young: 17/28, 173 yards, 1 TD

Top rushers

  • DEN – Kyle Orton: 3 rushes, 11 yards
  • TEN – Chris Johnson: 19 rushes, 53 yards

Top receivers

Top tacklers

Hoping to rebound from their loss to the Colts, the Broncos traveled to Nashville to face the Tennessee Titans at LP Field. After a scoreless first quarter, the Broncos took the lead in the second quarter, as quarterback Kyle Orton threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Eddie Royal. The Titans responded, with quarterback Vince Young throwing an 8-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Kenny Britt. The Broncos retook the lead with a 36-yard field goal by placekicker Matt Prater, but The Titans replied, when placekicker Rob Bironas nailed an incredible 55-yard field goal just before halftime. In the third quarter, the Broncos took the lead again, with another 36-yard field goal by Prater, but Titans' wide receiver Marc Mariani returned the ensuing kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown, putting Tennessee ahead 17–13. Tennessee's lead was narrowed, with a 35-yard field goal by Prater, but was increased again with a 46-yard field goal by Bironas. In the fourth quarter, the Broncos pulled ahead, when Orton completed a 6-yard touchdown pass to running back Correll Buckhalter. After the Titans fumbled the ensuing kickoff, the Broncos increased their lead with 28 seconds remaining, with a 36-yard field goal by Prater. The Broncos' defense thwarted the Titans' final desperation drive of the game.[110]

Week 5: at Baltimore Ravens[edit]

Game information

First quarter

Second quarter

  • BAL – 10:16 Ray Rice 1-yard TD run, Billy Cundiff kick. Drive: 5 plays, 72 yards, 2:30. (BAL 14–0)
  • BAL – 9:21 Billy Cundiff 37-yard FG. Drive: 4 plays, 2 yards, 0:48. (BAL 17–0)
  • DEN – 0:48 Brandon Lloyd 42-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 5 plays, 59 yards, 1:09. (BAL 17–7)

Third quarter

Fourth quarter

  • BAL – 14:21 Ray Rice 1-yard TD run, Billy Cundiff kick. Drive: 14 plays, 72 yards, 7:25. (BAL 24–7)
  • DEN – 11:50 Matt Prater38-yard FG. Drive: 8 plays, 61 yards, 2:31. (BAL 24–10)
  • BAL – 5:06 Willis McGahee 30-yard TD run, Billy Cundiff kick. Drive: 11 plays, 90 yards, 6:44. (BAL 31–10)
  • DEN – 0:35 Brandon Lloyd 44-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 5 plays, 90 yards, 1:16.(BAL 31–17)

Top passers

  • DEN – Kyle Orton: 23/38, 314 yards, 2 TD
  • BAL – Joe Flacco: 14/25, 196 yards

Top rushers

  • DEN – Laurence Maroney: 6 rushes, 27 yards
  • BAL – Ray Rice: 27 rushes, 133 yards, 2 TD

Top receivers

  • DEN – Brandon Lloyd: 5 receptions, 135 yards, 2 TD
  • BAL – Ed Dickson: 1 reception, 58 yards

Top tacklers

Coming off their win at Tennessee, the Broncos traveled to M&T Bank Stadium for an AFC duel with the Baltimore Ravens. In the first quarter, the Broncos trailed early, with Ravens' quarterback Joe Flacco scrambling for a 1-yard touchdown, followed in the second quarter by a 1-yard touchdown run by running back Ray Rice, and a 37-yard field goal by placekicker Billy Cundiff. The Broncos got on the board, when quarterback Kyle Orton threw a 42-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Brandon Lloyd. After a scoreless third quarter, the Broncos fell further behind in the fourth quarter, with another 1-yard touchdown run by Rice. The Broncos replied, with a 38-yard field goal by placekicker Matt Prater, but a 30-yard touchdown run by running back Willis McGahee put the Ravens' up 31–10. The Broncos responded, with Orton finding Lloyd again on a 44-yard touchdown pass, but Baltimore's lead was too much to overcome.[111]

Week 6: vs. New York Jets[edit]

Week Six: New York Jets at Denver Broncos – Game summary

1234Total
Jets0731424
Broncos0107320

at INVESCO Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

Game information

First quarter

Second quarter

  • NYJ – 14:54 Braylon Edwards 32-yard TD pass from Mark Sanchez, Nick Folk kick. Drive: 13 plays, 77 yards, 6:40. (NYJ 7–0)
  • DEN – 11:11 Tim Tebow 5-yard TD run, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 8 plays, 80 yards, 3:43. (tied 7–7)
  • DEN – 0:00 Matt Prater 59-yard FG. Drive: 7 plays, 24 yards, 0:39. (DEN 10–7)

Third quarter

  • NYJ – 6:41 Nick Folk 56-yard FG. Drive: 6 plays, 23 yards, 2:57. (tied 10–10)
  • DEN – 1:23 Demaryius Thomas 17-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 5 plays, 66 yards, 1:36. (DEN 17–10)

Fourth quarter

  • NYJ – 8:36 LaDainian Tomlinson 20-yard TD run, Nick Folk kick. Drive: 5 plays, 54 yards, 2:07. (tied 17–17)
  • DEN – 3:55 Matt Prater 48-yard FG. Drive: 9 plays, 50 yards, 4:41. (DEN 20–17)
  • NYJ – 1:13 LaDainian Tomlinson 2-yard TD run, Nick Folk kick. Drive: 10 plays, 80 yards, 2:42.(NYJ 24–20)

Top passers

  • NYJ – Mark Sanchez: 17/30, 198 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT
  • DEN – Kyle Orton: 14/34, 209 yards, 1 TD

Top rushers

  • NYJ – LaDainian Tomlinson: 16 rushes, 55 yards, 2 TD
  • DEN – Knowshon Moreno: 12 rushes, 48 yards

Top receivers

Top tacklers

Hoping to rebound from their loss at Baltimore, the Broncos donned their alternate orange jerseys and returned home for an AFC duel with the New York Jets. After a scoreless first quarter, the Jets grabbed the lead in the second quarter, as quarterback Mark Sanchez threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Braylon Edwards. The Broncos responded, with quarterback Tim Tebow scrambling for a 5-yard touchdown run. The Broncos grabbed the lead just before halftime, with a 59-yard field goal by placekicker Matt Prater. In the third quarter, the Jets responded, with a 56-yard field goal by placekicker Nick Folk. The Broncos took the lead, when quarterback Kyle Orton threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. The Jets responded midway through the fourth quarter, after running back LaDainian Tomlinson ran for a 20-yard touchdown. The Broncos grabbed the lead again, with a 48-yard field goal by Prater. However, following a pass-interference penalty on Broncos' cornerback Renaldo Hill near the goal line, the Jets pulled ahead, with a Tomlinson 2-yard touchdown run. The Jets' defense thwarted the Broncos' last drive of the game.[112]

Week 7: vs. Oakland Raiders[edit]

Week Seven: Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos – Game summary

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Raiders241421059
Broncos077014

at INVESCO Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

  • Date: October 24
  • Game time: 2:15 pm. MDT
  • Game weather: 63 °F (17 °C), mostly cloudy
  • Game attendance: 75,835
  • Referee: Terry McAulay
  • TV announcers (CBS): Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts
  • Recap, Gamebook
Game information

First quarter

  • OAK – 10:44 Zach Miller 43-yard TD pass from Jason Campbell, Sebastian Janikowski kick. Drive: 9 plays, 80 yards, 4:16. (OAK 7–0)
  • OAK – 10:36 Chris Johnson 30-yard interception return for a TD, Sebastian Janikowski kick. (OAK 14–0)
  • OAK – 8:58 Darren McFadden 4-yard TD run, Sebastian Janikowski kick. Drive: 3 plays, 21 yards, 1:04. (OAK 21–0)
  • OAK – 4:20 Sebastian Janikowski 31-yard FG. Drive: 7 plays, 44 yards, 2:52. (OAK 24–0)

Second quarter

  • OAK – 14:36 Darren McFadden 19-yard TD pass from Jason Campbell, Sebastian Janikowski kick. Drive: 9 plays, 57 yards, 3:15. (OAK 31–0)
  • OAK – 7:58 Darren McFadden 4-yard TD run, Sebastian Janikowski kick. Drive: 3 plays, 14 yards 1:48. (OAK 38–0)
  • DEN – 1:56 Knowshon Moreno 7-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 9 plays, 68 yards, 3:17. (OAK 38–7)

Third quarter

  • DEN – 13:34 Knowshon Moreno 27-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 3 plays, 64 yards, 1:26. (OAK 38–14)
  • OAK – 7:33 Marcel Reece 1-yard TD run, Sebastian Janikowski kick. Drive: 10 plays, 80 yards, 6:01. (OAK 45–14)
  • OAK – 5:28 Darren McFadden 57-yard TD run, Sebastian Janikowski kick. Drive: 1 play, 57 yards, 0:11. (OAK 52–14)
  • OAK – 0:27 Michael Bush 1-yard TD run, Sebastian Janikowski kick. Drive: 7 plays, 68 yards, 3:59.(OAK 59–14)

Fourth quarter

Top passers

  • OAK – Jason Campbell: 12/20, 204 yards, 2 TD
  • DEN – Kyle Orton: 12/29, 198 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT

Top rushers

  • OAK – Darren McFadden: 16 rushes, 165 yards, 3 TD
  • DEN – Knowshon Moreno: 14 rushes, 53 yards

Top receivers

  • OAK – Zach Miller: 3 receptions, 65 yards, 1 TD
  • DEN – Jabar Gaffney: 4 receptions, 54 yards

Top tacklers

Hoping to rebound from their heartbreaking loss to the Jets, the Broncos remained on home ground for an AFC West rivalry match against the Oakland Raiders. In the first quarter, the Broncos trailed early, as Raiders' quarterback Jason Campbell completed a 43-yard touchdown pass to tight end Zach Miller. The Raiders scored again, after cornerback Chris Johnson returned an interception by quarterback Kyle Orton 30 yards for a touchdown. This was followed by a 4-yard touchdown run by running back Darren McFadden and a 31-yard field goal by placekicker Sebastian Janikowski. Things got much worse for the Broncos in the second quarter, as Campbell threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to McFadden, followed by a McFadden 4-yard touchdown run that gave Oakland a 38–0 lead midway through the second quarter. The Broncos finally got on the board with Orton finding running back Knowshon Moreno on a 7-yard touchdown pass, followed in the third quarter by a 27-yard touchdown pass from Orton to Moreno. However, the Raiders struck back, with a 1-yard touchdown run by fullback Marcel Reece, followed by a 57-yard touchdown run by McFadden and a 1-yard touchdown run by running back Michael Bush. Both teams were held scoreless in the fourth quarter.[113]

Notes

This was the Broncos' worst defeat since a 55–10 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XXIV. The loss also tied the highest point total that the Broncos have allowed in a single game, since a 59–7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in 1963.[113]

Week 8: at San Francisco 49ers[edit]

International Series

Week Eight: Denver Broncos at San Francisco 49ers – Game summary

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49ers3002124

at Wembley Stadium, London, England

  • Date: October 31
  • Game time: 5:00 p.m. GMT/11:00 am. MDT
  • Game weather: 54 °F (12 °C), mostly cloudy
  • Game attendance: 83,941
  • Referee: Scott Green
  • TV announcers (CBS): Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf
  • Recap, Gamebook
Game information

First quarter

  • SF – 0:23 Joe Nedney 34-yard FG. Drive: 13 plays, 65 yards, 7:31. (SF 3–0)

Second quarter

Third quarter

Fourth quarter

  • DEN – 14:13 Matt Prater 32-yard FG. Drive: 7 plays, 44 yards, 2:11. (DEN 10–3)
  • SF – 11:51 Troy Smith 1-yard TD run, Joe Nedney kick. Drive: 5 plays, 56 yards, 2:22. (tied 10–10)
  • SF – 7:23 Michael Crabtree 28-yard TD pass from Troy Smith, Joe Nedney kick. Drive: 4 plays, 48 yards, 2:11. (SF 17–10)
  • SF – 3:47 Frank Gore 3-yard TD run, Joe Nedney kick. Drive: 6 plays, 18 yards, 3:20. (SF 24–10)
  • DEN – 2:19 Brandon Lloyd 1-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, kick blocked. Drive: 7 plays, 78 yards, 1:28.(SF 24–16)

Top passers

  • DEN – Kyle Orton: 28/40, 370 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
  • SF – Troy Smith: 12/19, 196 yards, 1 TD

Top rushers

  • DEN – Knowshon Moreno: 11 rushes, 40 yards
  • SF – Frank Gore: 29 rushes, 118 yards, 1 TD

Top receivers

  • DEN – Brandon Lloyd: 7 receptions, 169 yards, 1 TD
  • SF – Delanie Walker: 5 receptions, 85 yards

Top tacklers

Following their disastrous home loss to the Raiders, the Broncos flew to London, England, for an International Series contest with the San Francisco 49ers at Wembley Stadium. In the first quarter, the Broncos trailed early, with a 34-yard field goal by 49ers' placekicker Joe Nedney. After a scoreless second quarter, the Broncos grabbed the lead in the third quarter, when quarterback Tim Tebow scrambled for a 1-yard touchdown run, followed in the fourth quarter by a 32-yard field goal by placekicker Matt Prater. However, the Broncos suddenly fell behind, with 49ers' quarterback Troy Smith scrambling for a 1-yard touchdown run, followed by his 28-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Michael Crabtree, and a 3-yard touchdown run by running back Frank Gore. The Broncos tried to rally when quarterback Kyle Orton threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Brandon Lloyd (with a blocked extra-point attempt), but San Francisco's defense stood their ground.[114]

Notes

Less than a month later, the Broncos were subjected to a videotaping scandal involving the team's director of video operations that occurred during a 49ers' walkthrough practice, one day before the game.

Week 10: vs. Kansas City Chiefs[edit]

Week Ten: Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos – Game summary

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Broncos21147749

at INVESCO Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

  • Date: November 14
  • Game time: 2:05 pm. MST
  • Game weather: 43 °F (6 °C), partly cloudy
  • Game attendance: 75,334
  • Referee: Mike Carey
  • TV announcers (CBS): Kevin Harlan and Solomon Wilcots
  • Recap, Gamebook
Game information

First quarter

  • DEN – 12:02 Knowshon Moreno 17-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 8 plays, 80 yards, 2:58. (DEN 7–0)
  • DEN – 4:19 Brandon Lloyd 6-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 9 plays, 82 yards, 4:37. (DEN 14–0)
  • DEN – 1:19 Jabar Gaffney 40-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive:' 3 plays, 53 yards, 1:15. (DEN 21–0)

Second quarter

  • DEN – 10:07 Tim Tebow 1-yard TD run, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 8 plays, 58 yards, 3:10. (DEN 28–0)
  • DEN – 5:48 Jason Hunter 75-yard fumble return for a TD, Matt Prater kick. (DEN 35–0)
  • KC – Jamaal Charles 5-yard TD pass from Matt Cassel, Ryan Succop kick. Drive: 9 plays, 83 yards, 4:20. (DEN 35–7)
  • KC – 0:00 Ryan Succop 40-yard FG. Drive: 1 play, 0:01. (DEN 35–10)

Third quarter

  • DEN – 9:24 Spencer Larsen 3-yard TD pass from Tim Tebow, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 10 plays, 60 yards, 4:45. (DEN 42–10)
  • KC – 2:22 Dwayne Bowe 15-yard TD pass from Matt Cassel, Ryan Succop kick. Drive: 4 plays, 38 yards, 1:22. (DEN 42–17)

Fourth quarter

  • DEN – 11:47 Brandon Lloyd 15-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, Matt Prater kick. Drive: 10 plays, 66 yards, 5:35. (DEN 49–17)
  • KC – 6:54 Chris Chambers 11-yard TD pass from Matt Cassel, two-point pass failed. Drive: 15 plays, 83 yards, 4:53. (DEN 49–23)
  • KC – 0:10 Dwayne Bowe 22-yard TD pass from Matt Cassel, two-point pass failed. Drive: 6 plays, 69 yards, 1:45.(DEN 49–29)

Top passers

  • KC – Matt Cassel: 33/53, 469 yards, 4 TD
  • DEN – Kyle Orton: 22/34, 296 yards, 4 TD

Top rushers

  • KC – Jamaal Charles: 14 rushes, 41 yards
  • DEN – Knowshon Moreno: 22 rushes, 106 yards

Top receivers

  • KC – Dwayne Bowe: 13 receptions, 186 yards, 2 TD
  • DEN – Brandon Lloyd: 6 receptions, 90 yards, 2 TD

Top tacklers

Coming off their overseas trip to London and subsequent bye week, the Broncos donned their alternate orange jerseys and returned home for an AFC West duel against the Kansas City Chiefs, hoping to snap a 4-game losing streak. In the first quarter, quarterback Kyle Orton, playing on his 28th birthday, threw three touchdown passes: a 17-yarder to running back Knowshon Moreno, a 6-yarder to wide receiver Brandon Lloyd and a 40-yarder to wide receiver Jabar Gaffney. In the second quarter, quarterback Tim Tebow ran for a 1-yard touchdown, followed by linebacker Jason Hunter returning a fumble 75 yards for a touchdown, giving the Broncos a commanding 35–0 lead before the two-minute warning. The Chiefs got on the board, with a 5-yard touchdown run from running back Jamaal Charles, followed by a 40-yard field goal by placekicker Ryan Succop just before halftime. In the third quarter, Tim Tebow threw his first touchdown pass—a 3-yarder to fullback Spencer Larsen, but the Chiefs responded, with quarterback Matt Cassel throwing a 15-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Dwayne Bowe. In the fourth quarter, Orton threw his fourth touchdown pass of the game—a 15-yarder to Lloyd. The Chiefs responded, with Cassel throwing a pair of touchdown passes—an 11-yarder to wide receiver Chris Chambers

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An International Series game, a 19th consecutive year appearing on Monday Night Football and five divisional matchups in their final eight weeks of the year highlight the Denver Broncos' 2010 regular-season schedule, which was released by the National Football League on Tuesday.

The Broncos will open their 2010 season on the road for the sixth consecutive year when they play Jacksonville on Sunday, Sept. 12, at 1 p.m. EDT at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. The Broncos are the fifth team since 1990 and the first since Indianapolis (2000-2006) to open six consecutive years on the road.

Denver hosts Seattle in its home opener the following Sunday (Sept. 19) with kickoff set for 2:05 p.m. MDT at INVESCO Field at Mile High and then plays host to the AFC Champion Indianapolis Colts the following week (Sept. 26). The game against the Colts marks the 11th consecutive season the Broncos will have played at least one of the previous season's Super Bowl participants.

Denver will play a pair of road contests at Tennessee (Oct. 3) and at Baltimore (Oct. 10) before returning home for two games against the N.Y. Jets (Oct. 17) and Oakland (Oct. 24). 

The Broncos will play a regular-season game outside of the United States for the first time in franchise history on Sunday, Oct. 31, when they face the San Francisco 49ers in London. The game, which is part of the NFL's International Series, will be played at Wembley Stadium at 11 a.m. MST (5 p.m. GMT). CBS will provide live television coverage of the game in the United States.

Following their Nov. 7 bye week date, the Broncos will face divisional opponents in five of their last seven games. They host Kansas City (Nov. 14) before appearing on ESPN's Monday Night Football at San Diego on Nov. 22. That 5:30 p.m. PST game against the defending AFC West-champion Chargers marks the 19th consecutive season Denver will play on MNF, for the league's longest active streak of appearing on that program and tied for the second-longest such streak all-time.

Denver hosts St. Louis in Week 12 (Nov. 28) before a stretch of three consecutive road games at Kansas City (Dec. 5), at Arizona (Dec. 12) and at Oakland (Dec. 19). Those contests mark the 14th time in franchise history and the first time since 1997 that Denver will play three consecutive contests on the road.

The Broncos wrap up their regular-season slate with home games against Houston (Dec. 26) and San Diego (Jan. 2).

Denver's 2010 regular-season schedule features six games against five clubs that qualified for the playoffs last year. Its regular-season opponents had a combined record of 124-132-0 (.484) in 2009.

In accordance with the NFL's flexible scheduling plan, the Broncos' schedule may include additional prime-time games late in the season. All NFL games scheduled for Sundays from Weeks 11-17 are eligible to be moved to the Sunday night game, which is televised nationally by NBC.

The Broncos' complete schedule is listed below with all kickoff times local at game sites.

DENVER BRONCOS 2010 SCHEDULE

(home games in caps; all times local at site of game)

PRESEASON

Wk.    Day      Date             Opponent                Site                                              Time                                      TV

1         Sun.     Aug. 15         at Cincinnati              Paul Brown Stadium                     7 p.m. EDT                  KCNC-TV

2         Sat.      Aug. 21         DETROIT                  INVESCO Field at Mile High         7 p.m. MDT                 KCNC-TV

3         Sun.     Aug. 29         PITTSBURGH           INVESCO Field at Mile High         6 p.m. MDT               FOX (NTL)

4         Thu.     Sept. 2          at Minnesota             Mall of America Field (Metrodome)       7 p.m. CDT                  KCNC-TV     


REGULAR SEASON

Wk.    Day      Date             Opponent                Site                                              Time                                      TV

1         Sun.     Sept. 12        at Jacksonville           Jacksonville Municipal Stadium     1 p.m. EDT                          CBS

2         Sun.     Sept. 19        SEATTLE                  INVESCO Field at Mile High         2:05 p.m. MDT                    FOX

3         Sun.     Sept. 26        INDIANAPOLIS         INVESCO Field at Mile High         2:15 p.m. MDT                     CBS

4         Sun.     Oct. 3            at Tennessee            LP Field                                        12 p.m. CDT                        CBS

5         Sun.     Oct. 10          at Baltimore               M&T Bank Stadium                       1 p.m. EDT                          CBS

6         Sun.     Oct. 17          N.Y. JETS                 INVESCO Field at Mile High         2:05 p.m. MDT                     CBS

7         Sun.     Oct. 24          OAKLAND                 INVESCO Field at Mile High         2:15 p.m. MDT                     CBS

8         Sun.     Oct. 31          at San Francisco       Wembley Stadium (London)         5 p.m. GMT                         CBS

9         BYE

10       Sun.     Nov. 14         KANSAS CITY          INVESCO Field at Mile High         2:05 p.m. MST                     CBS

11       Mon.    Nov. 22         at San Diego             Qualcomm Stadium                       5:30 p.m. PST         ESPN (NTL)

12       Sun.     Nov. 28         ST. LOUIS                INVESCO Field at Mile High         2:15 p.m. MST                   FOX*

13       Sun.     Dec. 5           at Kansas City           Arrowhead Stadium                      12 p.m. CST                       CBS*

14       Sun.     Dec. 12         at Arizona                  University of Phoenix Stadium      2:15 p.m. MST                    CBS*

15       Sun.     Dec. 19         at Oakland                 Oakland Coliseum                        1:15 p.m. PST                    CBS*

16       Sun.     Dec. 26         HOUSTON                INVESCO Field at Mile High         2:05 p.m. MST                    CBS*

17       Sun.     Jan. 2            SAN DIEGO              INVESCO Field at Mile High         2:15 p.m. MST                    CBS*     

* - All NFL games scheduled for Sundays from Weeks 11-17 are eligible to be moved to the Sunday night game, which is televised nationally by NBC.

(NTL) denotes nationally televised game

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Date OpponentTime/TVTicketsSunday
Sep. 12 at Jacksonville JaguarsEverBank Field, Jacksonville, FL1:00pm ETL 24-17Sunday
Sep. 19Seattle SeahawksInvesco Field at Mile High, Denver, CO4:05pm ETW 31-14Sunday
Sep. 26Indianapolis ColtsInvesco Field at Mile High, Denver, CO4:05pm ETL 27-13Sunday
Oct. 3 at Tennessee TitansLP Field, Nashville, TN1:00pm ETW 26-20Sunday
Oct. 10 at Baltimore RavensM&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD1:00pm ETL 31-17Sunday
Oct. 17NY JetsNew York JetsInvesco Field at Mile High, Denver, CO4:05pm ETL 24-20Sunday
Oct. 24Oakland RaidersInvesco Field at Mile High, Denver, CO4:05pm ETL 59-14Sunday
Oct. 31 at San Francisco 49ersWembley Stadium, London, England1:00pm ETL 24-16Sunday
Nov. 14Kansas City ChiefsInvesco Field at Mile High, Denver, CO4:05pm ETW 49-29Monday
Nov. 22 at San Diego ChargersQualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA8:30pm ETL 35-14Sunday
Nov. 28St. Louis RamsInvesco Field at Mile High, Denver, CO4:05pm ETL 36-33Sunday
Dec. 5 at Kansas City ChiefsArrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO1:00pm ETL 10-6Sunday
Dec. 12 at Arizona CardinalsU. of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ4:05pm ETL 43-13Sunday
Dec. 19 at Oakland RaidersOakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA4:05pm ETL 39-23Sunday
Dec. 26Houston TexansInvesco Field at Mile High, Denver, CO4:05pm ETW 24-23Sunday
Jan. 2San Diego ChargersInvesco Field at Mile High, Denver, CO4:05pm ETL 33-28
Sours: https://fbschedules.com/nfl-2010/team/denver-broncos
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Broncos schedule 2010

1 Sun, Sep 12, 2010 Sun, Sep 12 @ Jacksonville Jaguars Jaguars LossL 17 - 242 Sun, Sep 19, 2010 Sun, Sep 19 vs Seattle Seahawks Seahawks WinW31 - 14 3 Sun, Sep 26, 2010 Sun, Sep 26 vs Indianapolis Colts Colts LossL 13 - 274 Sun, Oct 3, 2010 Sun, Oct 3 @ Tennessee Titans Titans WinW26 - 20 5 Sun, Oct 10, 2010 Sun, Oct 10 @ Baltimore Ravens Ravens LossL 17 - 316 Sun, Oct 17, 2010 Sun, Oct 17 vs New York Jets Jets LossL 20 - 247 Sun, Oct 24, 2010 Sun, Oct 24 vs Oakland Raiders Raiders LossL 14 - 598 Sun, Oct 31, 2010 Sun, Oct 31 @ San Francisco 49ers 49ers LossL 16 - 2410 Sun, Nov 14, 2010 Sun, Nov 14 vs Kansas City Chiefs Chiefs WinW49 - 29 11 Mon, Nov 22, 2010 Mon, Nov 22 @ San Diego Chargers Chargers LossL 14 - 3512 Sun, Nov 28, 2010 Sun, Nov 28 vs St. Louis Rams Rams LossL 33 - 3613 Sun, Dec 5, 2010 Sun, Dec 5 @ Kansas City Chiefs Chiefs LossL 6 - 1014 Sun, Dec 12, 2010 Sun, Dec 12 @ Arizona Cardinals Cardinals LossL 13 - 4315 Sun, Dec 19, 2010 Sun, Dec 19 @ Oakland Raiders Raiders LossL 23 - 3916 Sun, Dec 26, 2010 Sun, Dec 26 vs Houston Texans Texans WinW24 - 23 17 Sun, Jan 2, 2011 Sun, Jan 2, 2011 vs San Diego Chargers Chargers LossL 28 - 33
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