Flip through the Broncos' 2015 schedule one game at a time with looks at each team's feature players.
The Broncos' 2015 season schedule was released on Tuesday, beginning with a regular-season kickoff against Baltimore. After that, the Broncos have a road-heavy schedule for the next five weeks with four of those games on the road split by a home game against the Vikings.
The Broncos' bye week will hit near the middle of their schedule during Week 7.
From there, the Broncos alternate home and away with their opponents until they cap the season with two home games to finish the season.
The Broncos have a prospective five nationally televised games: Week 2 at Kansas City, Week 3 at Detroit, Week 8 vs. Green Bay, Week 12 vs. New England and Week 16 vs. Cincinnati.
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|1||Friday, Aug. 14||at Seattle||CenturyLink Field||8 p.m. MDT||KTVD-20|
|2||Saturday, Aug. 22||at Houston||NRG Stadium||6 p.m. MDT||KTVD-20|
|3||Saturday, Aug. 29||SAN FRANCISCO||Sports Authority Field at Mile High||7 p.m. MDT||KTVD-20|
|4||Thursday, Sept. 3||ARIZONA||Sports Authority Field at Mile High||7 p.m. MDT||KTVD-20|
|1||Sunday, Sept. 13||BALTIMORE||Sports Authority Field at Mile High||2:25 p.m. MDT||CBS|
|2||Thursday, Sept. 17||at Kansas City||Arrowhead Stadium||6:25 p.m. MDT||NFLN/CBS (NTL)|
|3||Sunday, Sept. 27||at Detroit||Ford Field||6:30 p.m. MDT||NBC (NTL)|
|4||Sunday, Oct. 4||MINNESOTA||Sports Authority Field at Mile High||2:25 p.m. MDT||FOX|
|5||Sunday, Oct. 11||at Oakland||O.co Coliseum||2:25 p.m. MDT||CBS*|
|6||Sunday, Oct. 18||at Cleveland||FirstEnergy Stadium||11:00 a.m. MDT||CBS*|
|8||Sunday, Nov. 1||GREEN BAY||Sports Authority Field at Mile High||6:30 p.m. MST||NBC (NTL)*|
|9||Sunday, Nov. 8||at Indianapolis||Lucas Oil Stadium||2:25 p.m. MST||CBS*|
|10||Sunday, Nov. 15||KANSAS CITY||Sports Authority Field at Mile High||2:25 p.m. MST||CBS*|
|11||Sunday, Nov. 22||at Chicago||Soldier Field||11:00 a.m. MST||CBS*|
|12||Sunday Nov. 29||NEW ENGLAND||Sports Authority Field at Mile High||6:30 p.m. MST||NBC (NTL)*|
|13||Sunday, Dec. 6||at San Diego||Qualcomm Stadium||2:05 p.m. MST||CBS*|
|14||Sunday, Dec. 13||OAKLAND||Sports Authority Field at Mile High||2:05 p.m. MST||CBS*|
|15||Sunday, Dec. 20||at Pittsburgh||Heinz Field||2:25 p.m. MDT||CBS*|
|16||Monday, Dec. 28||CINCINNATI||Sports Authority Field at Mile High||6:30 p.m. MST||ESPN (NTL)|
|17||Sunday, Jan. 3||SAN DIEGO||Sports Authority Field at Mile High||2:25 p.m. MST||CBS*|
- All NFL games scheduled Sundays from Weeks 5-17 are eligible to be moved due to the league's flexible scheduling format.
(NTL) - Denotes nationally televised game