A tough AFC matchup concludes week 1 of the 2020 NFL season.
In the second game of Monday Night Football’s 2020 debut, it’s a tough defensive matchup where the Titans travel to Denver, Colorado to take on the Broncos in what should be a sneaky matchup.
In a fairly small sample, Lock had a promising performance as a rookie helping the Broncos to a 4-1 record while in the middle, throwing seven touchdowns on three interceptions on those starts. Lock has more help this year than Denver boss John Elway drafted wide receivers with the Broncos’ first two picks in the 2020 NFL Draft: Alabama product Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler from Penn State.
This year, the Broncos will have to generate a pass rush without Von Miller, who is likely to be out for the season after an ankle surgery after a freak injury in practice. For most teams, losing a future Hall of Famer like Miller could be a daunting task. For Denver, this may not be the case, considering Bradley Chubb should be running all systems for 2020 following an ACL injury in the 2019 season. Chubb was dominant as a rookie in 2018, scoring 12 sacks against Miller, and only one in 2019 (four games played).
Tennesee will be ready: you won’t fly under the radar like last year. Under head coach Mike Vrabel, the Titans went to the 2019 AFC championship game and gave the future Super Bowl championship bosses a run for their money. Not only are the Titans bringing back many of the 2019 team members, but they added Jadeveon Clowney just days before the start of the NFL season.
Everything you need to know about the Titans vs. Broncos seen on Monday night, including kick-off time, TV channels, and a full NFL schedule for Week 1.
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Today’s “MNF” matchup between the Titans and Broncos, like all other games this year, will take place on Monday evening on ESPN.
Titans vs. Broncos
Date: September 14thKicking off: 10:20 p.m. ET
Today’s matchup Titans vs. Broncos starts around 10:20 p.m. ET, after the first game of the double header. “Monday Night Football” will start broadcasting at 8:15 pm until the end of the year. ET, with kick-off shortly thereafter.
Monday Night Football 2020 schedule
“Monday Night Football” will be airing for the 50th time and the 15th time on ESPN. This year, a new stand trio of Steve Levy, Louis Riddick and Brian Griese will take the call, replacing Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland.
Here is the full schedule for this year’s list of “MNF” games:
Week 1 (7:15 p.m. ET)
New York Giants versus Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 1 (10:20 p.m. ET)
Denver Broncos versus Tennessee Titans
Las Vegas Raiders versus New Orleans Saints
Baltimore Ravens versus Kansas City Chiefs
Green Bay Packers versus Atlanta Falcons
New Orleans Saints versus Los Angeles Chargers
Dallas Cowboys versus Arizona Cardinals
Los Angeles Rams versus Chicago Bears
New York Giants versus Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New York Jets versus New England Patriots
Chicago Bears versus Minnesota Vikings
Tampa Bay Buccaneers versus Los Angeles Rams
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Philadelphia Eagles versus Seattle Seahawks
San Francisco 49ers versus Buffalo Bills
Cleveland Browns versus Baltimore Ravens
Cincinnati Bengals versus Pittsburgh Steelers
New England Patriots versus Buffalo Bills