Note: Below is a portion of the team's weekly press release. To view a PDF of the complete release, click here.
THIS WEEK'S GAME
The Denver Broncos (2-2) travel to the East Coast to take on the Baltimore Ravens (3-1) on Sunday. Kickoff at M&T Bank Stadium is set for 11 a.m. MDT.
- The Denver Broncos are in their sixth decade of professional football with a 413-369-10 (.528) combined record. They have the eighth-most wins among AFL/NFL franchises since 1960.
- Denver finished with a 93-67 (.581) regular-season record during the 2000s to mark its third consecutive decade with 90 or more victories -- the only team in the NFL to accomplish that feat during the last three decades.
- Head Coach Josh McDaniels and General Manager Brian Xanders made several key acquisitions during the offseason, including the signing of three-time Pro Bowler
Jamal Williams, hometown product Justin Bannan(University of Colorado) and secondary specialist Nate Jones.
TELEVISION: KCNC-TV (CBS 4): Ian Eagle (play-by-play) and Dan Fouts (color commentary) will call the game.
LOCAL RADIO: KOA Radio (850 AM): Dave Logan (play-by-play) and Brian Griese (color commentary) will call the game with Alan Roach
reporting from the sidelines.
LOCAL SPANISH RADIO: KBNO Radio (1280 AM): Fernando Sergio (play-by-play) and Yuri Vasquez (color commentary) will call the game.
NATIONAL RADIO: Westwood One Radio Sports: Howard David (play-by-play) and Tony Boselli (color commentary) will call the game.
BRONCOS AT RAVENS — POINTS OF INTEREST
The Broncos travel to Baltimore for the second consecutive season, marking the first time since 2004-05 (Jacksonville) that the club has faced a nondivisional opponent on the road two years in a row... The Broncos are 3-4 all-time against the Ravens, including 0-3 on the road... Denver also dropped a 2000 AFC Wild Card matchup at Baltimore during the Ravens’ Super Bowl season... Now in their sixth decade of professional football in 2010, the Broncos are one of just four teams to record three 90+ win decades since 1960 and the only organization to do so in each of the last three decades... During the Pat Bowlen era (1984-Pres.), the Broncos have won more regular-season games (253) and overall games (268) than any AFC team (second most in NFL)... Denver had five players selected to the 2010 Pro Bowl with that total tying for its most since 2001 (T-7th overall in club annals)... QB Kyle Orton has recorded 300 or more passing yards in three consecutive games for the fourth such occurrence in franchise history and has totaled the second-most passing yards through his team’s first four games (1,419) in NFL history... Orton ranks eighth among active starting quarterbacks in the NFL with a .596 winning percentage (31-21), including a league-best 9-2 (.818) record during the month of October (min. 10 starts)... WR
WHAT TO WATCH FOR: AT BALTIMORE
Orton (1,419 PASSING YARDS THROUGH FIRST FOUR GAMES) - Can surpass the most passing yards through the club’s first five
games with 84 passing yards on Sunday.
Orton (THREE GAMES WITH 300-PLUS PASSING YARDS) - Can record the second instance of four consecutive 300-yard games in Broncos history (Brian Griese, Weeks 4-7, 2002).
Bailey (29 INT w/DEN) - Can tie Dennis Smith for sixth place on the Broncos career interceptions list with one interception on
Lloyd (THREE GAMES WITH 100+RECEIVING YARDS) - Can set a career high with a fourth 100-yard receiving output in a single
season on Sunday.
Prater (16 CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE) - Can tie Jason Elam (19 - 1997, 2006-07) for the most consecutive field goals made in team history with three field goals on Sunday.
ORTON OWNS OCTOBER
Orton owns a 9-2 career record as a starter in the month of October that ranks first in the NFL among active starting quarterbacks. Orton, who was 3-0 in the month of October in his first year with the club in 2009, is 1-0 this season during October.
ROOKIE CB COX AMONG LEAGUE LEADERS
Broncos rookie cornerback