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2013 Opponents Set

Posted Dec 26, 2012

All of the Broncos' 2013 opponents have been determined.

With Baltimore’s Week 15 win against the New York Giants, the Ravens clinched the AFC North Division title, which means the Broncos’ 2013 opponents have been finalized.

Denver’s 2013 schedule includes games against the other three teams in the AFC West, all four teams in the AFC South, all four teams in the NFC East, a home game versus the AFC North champion — Baltimore — and a road game at the AFC East champion — New England.

That means plenty of rematches from the 2012 slate next year. In addition to the six games against the AFC West — in which the Broncos have gone 5-0 so far — the Broncos lost to the Patriots in New England this season in Week 5 and defeated the Ravens in Baltimore in Week 15.

Next year’s campaign features five 2012 playoff teams — Houston, New England, Baltimore, Indianapolis and the winner of the NFC East (Washington, Dallas or New York).

The actual schedule should be released by the NFL in April.


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