This game should decide whether Nathaniel Hackett faces a mid-season layoff or a year-end decision on his fate. Swept by the 2-7 Las Vegas Raiders led by the hated Josh McDaniels, the Denver Broncos would have to be the last nail in the coffin for the Hackett era.
Hackett seems to understand the importance of this rivalry when he spoke about it earlier this week.
“I think that has always been one of the greatest rivalries in football. For 60 years. I know how much it means to the fans and the players in this room. It’s Raiders week. There is not much motivation for us. We want to win but it’s even more inspiring when you play the Raiders because the rivalry is so big.”
There was a lot of “want” from Hackett when it came to wins, but his offense never seems to show up on game day. That’s the biggest issue and coming into week 11 it has to be the only aspect of the game we should be keeping an eye on. If the offense is the same old offense, then expect a smug McD walking off the field triumphant and sweeping a team whose fan base despises him.
Here’s how to watch.
who: Denver Broncos (3-6) vs. Las Vegas Raiders (2-7)
When: Sunday, November 20, 2022 at 14:05 Mile High Time
Where: Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado
TV channel: FOX / Channel 7 Denver
online streaming: FuboTV
announcer: Adam Amin (play-by-play), Mark Schlereth (analyst) and Kristina Pink (sideline)
Local radio: KOA – 850 AM & 94.1 FM with Dave Logan (play-by-play), Rick Lewis (analyst) and Susie Wargin (sideline) | Broncos Radio Network
National Radio: EPSN with Mike Couzens (play-by-play) and Kelly Stouffer (analyst)
If you are in the YELLOW areas on the map below you can watch this game on FOX. Alaska and Hawaii will not carry this game.
Broncos Injury Report
|Tom Compton||OIL||The back||LIMITED||LIMITED||LIMITED||QUESTIONABLE|
Raiders Injury Report
|Derek Carr||QB||The back||FULL||FULL||FULL||—|
|Rock Ya Sin||cb||NIR-Personal||DNP||FULL||—|
Broncos Raiders betting odds
According to DraftKings Sportsbook, the Broncos opened a very slight 2.5-point home favorite over the Raiders. That line has shifted a bit in Denver’s favor, however, and stands at 3 points today with an over/under at 41. I predicted a Broncos win this week, and I think this time the offense is finally showing.
This season’s biggest story isn’t even the failure of Nathaniel Hackett and Russell Wilson’s pairing. I would argue that it’s the horrible injury situation that the team has faced this season and indeed the last half decade. Who’s to blame? We asked Broncos Country that very question, and it’s clear the bias goes to Loren Landow and his training staff.
For this season, we’ve completely revamped our entire podcasting effort for 2022. We’ve added more long-form shows, but also started a daily morning news podcast, which we’ve dubbed Horse Tracks, to get fans up to speed on everything in a shorter amount of time by episode type.
Here are the long form shows we produce each week.
Mile High Report Roundup with Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann: Week 11
Something Something Broncos with Jess Place and Mike DeCicco: Week 11
Odds and Endzones with Ian St. Clair and Adam Malnati: Week 11
Dublin to Denver with Michael McQuaid, Colum Cronin and Stuart Roche: Week 11
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Bronco’s 2022 schedule
|1||09/12/2022||at the Seattle Seahawks (MNF)||6:15 p.m||ESPN/ABC||16-17||0-1|
|2||18.9.2022||against Houston Texans||2:25 p.m||CBS||16-9||1-1|
|3||9/25/2022||vs. San Francisco 49ers (SNF)||6:20 p.m||NBC / Peacock||11-10||2-1|
|4||2.10.2022||with the Las Vegas Raiders||2:25 p.m||CBS||23-32||2-2|
|5||6.10.2022||vs. Indianapolis Colts (TNF)||6:15 p.m||Amazon Prime||9-12||2-3|
|6||10/17/2022||at the Los Angeles Chargers (MNF)||6:15 p.m||ESPN||16-19||2-4|
|7||10/23/2022||against New York Jets||2:05 p.m||CBS||9-16||2-5|
|8th||10/30/2022||at Jacksonville Jaguars (London, UK)||7:30 AM||ESPN+||21-17||3-5|
|10||11/13/2022||at the Tennessee Titans||11:00 O’CLOCK||CBS||10-17||3-6|
|11||11/20/2022||against Las Vegas Raiders||2:05 p.m||FOX|
|12||11/27/2022||with the Carolina Panthers||11:00 O’CLOCK||FOX|
|13||12/4/2022||with the Baltimore Ravens||11:00 O’CLOCK||CBS|
|14||12/11/2022||against the Kansas City Chiefs (SNF)||6:20 p.m||NBC / Peacock|
|fifteen||12/18/2022||against Arizona Cardinals||2:05 p.m||FOX|
|16||12/25/2022||at the Los Angeles Rams (Christmas Day)||2.30||CBS / Paramount+|
|17||1/1/2023||with the Kansas City Chiefs||11:00 O’CLOCK||CBS|
|18||01/08/2023||against the Los Angeles Chargers||open||open|