The Squeeze: Ready for Sunday Night

1. Ready for Sunday night Sunday Night Football on NBC's social media accounts seem pretty excited for the matchup to decide first place in the AFC West. We are too.

Who's ready for #DENvsOAK? #BroncosCountry #SNF

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2. Away to the Bay Take a look at some of the best photos from our road trip to the Bay Area!

Road dogs @emmanuelsanders @vonmiller

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3. #BroncosBriefly

No Talib? Broncos’ cornerbacks turning out defensive depth with details (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Bradley Roby rested on his heels and placed his hands lightly on his knees as his eyes bounced back and forth at the quarterback and the receiver standing a few feet in front of him. His mind quickly ran through his usual presnap checklist — the offense's formation, the receiver's split, the personnel groupings — to process the variables.

Booker displays toughness in overcoming shoulder injury (Mike Klis, KUSA)Talk about manning up. "I had to,'' Booker said.

Seems like old times….Can Broncos-Raiders be a rivalry again? (Jeff Legwold,
The Oakland Raiders are 6-2 for the first time since 2001 and tied with the Broncos at the top of the AFC West. The two meet Sunday night in Oakland in a game, for the first time in years, means something for both teams.

Silver and Black vs Orange Crush for AFC West lead (Barry Wilner, Associated Press)
The Silver and Black against the Orange Crush for the division lead. Well, at least the current Raiders and Broncos going head to head for first place in the AFC West.

Three Keys to Broncos-Raiders (Andrew Mason,
With the Chiefs bearing down and making noise of their own, the loser Sunday night could be in third place in the league's best division. It's as big as a midseason game gets.

WATCH: Hotel Report - Ward returns to Bay Area (*
Broncos TV's Matt Boyer chats with T.J. Ward at the team hotel to talk about Ward's return to the Bay Area and how he views the challenge of facing the Raiders high-volume offense. *

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