Denver Broncos Game Day

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WEEK 17 • SUN • 12/30 • FINAL
Los Angeles Chargers 12-4
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Denver Broncos 6-10
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LONGEST CURRENT HOME SELLOUT STREAKS IN A SINGLE CITY (INCLUDES POSTSEASON)
The Broncos' Week 9 game against Houston represented their 400th con- secutive sellout, extending their NFL record streak for a single city. Denver's sellout streak, which includes 379 regular-season games and 22 playoff contests, began in Week 1 of the 1970 season.
*Does not include 107 home games played in Milwaukee between 1960-94
Team Date Started (Opponent) Streak
1. Denver Sept. 27, 1970 (vs. Pittsburgh) 402
2. Pittsburgh Sept. 17, 1972 (vs. Oakland) 396
3. N.Y. Giants Sept. 15, 1974 (vs. Washington) 364
4. Green Bay Oct. 2, 1960 (vs. Detroit) 362*
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WHAT TO WATCH FOR vs. RAIDERS
TEAM (499 overall wins) - Denver would become the 14th team to reach 500 overall wins with a win.
RB ROYCE FREEMAN (490 scrimmage yards) - Needs 10 yards to join Phillip Lindsay and Courtland Sutton in making Denver just the third team in history to feature three rookies with at least 500 scrimmage yards (others: 2012 Colts & 2014 Browns).
QB CASE KEENUM (334 completions in 2018) - Needs 15 completions to move into the Top 5 all-time in Broncos single-season completions.
K BRANDON McMANUS (92 points in 2018) - Needs eight points to reach 100 for the third time in his career.
OLB VON MILLER (9-game sack streak; 98 career sacks in 118 games) - Needs one sack to pass Joey Porter into sole possession of 33rd place on the NFL's all-time sack list.
OLB VON MILLER (9-game sack streak; 98 career sacks in 118 games) - Needs two sacks to become just the 33rd NFL player to reach 100 career sacks; he would also become the fourth-fastest player (Reggie White - 96 GP, DeMarcus Ware - 113 GP, Bruce Smith - 115 GP) to reach that milestone.
WR COURTLAND SUTTON (679 receiving yards) - Needs 42 receiving yards to tie Vance Johnson (1985) for the third- most receiving yards (721) by a Broncos rookie; Needs 59 receiving yards to tie Mark Jackson (1986) for the second most.