On Sunday at 4:25 PM ET, the New York Jets will visit the Denver Broncos.
With 37.5 points allowed per game on defense, which ranks worst in the NFL, the Broncos have been forced to rely on their 10th-ranked offense (25 points per contest) to keep them competitive. The Jets rank third-worst in total yards per game (252.8), but they’ve been more effective on the other side of the ball, ranking 22nd in the NFL with 363.8 total yards ceded per contest.
Read below where we dig deep into all of the details you need before this contest starts, including how to watch on TV.
How to Watch Broncos vs. Jets
- When: Sunday, October 8, 2023 at 4:25 PM ET
- Where: Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado
- Online: fuboTV – (Start Your Free Trial)
What to Know
Broncos vs. Jets: Head-to-Head
- Denver has won against New York three times in the past five matchups.
- In those games, the Jets have a 1-0 record ATS, while the two teams haven’t managed to go over the point total.
- New York has put up 16 fewer points than Denver in their past five games.
Broncos’ 2023 Schedule
|9/10/2023||Las Vegas||L 17-16||CBS|
|9/24/2023||at Miami||L 70-20||CBS|
|10/1/2023||at Chicago||W 31-28||CBS|
|10/12/2023||at Kansas City||–||Amazon Prime Video|
|12/10/2023||at Los Angeles||–||CBS|
|12/24/2023||New England||–||NFL Network|
|1/7/2024||at Las Vegas||–||–|
Broncos Stats & Insights
- The Broncos own the 15th-ranked offense this year (333.3 yards per game), and they’ve been less effective on defense, ranking worst with 461.5 yards allowed per game.
- Denver sports the 10th-ranked passing offense this year (237.8 passing yards per game), and has been less effective on defense, ranking third-worst with 285.5 passing yards allowed per game.
- Despite having a bottom-five run defense that ranks worst in the NFL (176 rushing yards allowed per game), the Broncos have had more success offensively, ranking 19th in the NFL by averaging 95.5 rushing yards per game.
- With three forced turnovers (26th in NFL) against five turnovers committed (13th in NFL), Denver’s -2-2 turnover margin ranks 22nd in the NFL.
Broncos Key Players
- In four games for the Broncos, Russell Wilson has led the offense with 1,014 yards (253.5 yards per game) while compiling nine touchdowns, two interceptions and a 67.4% completion percentage.
- On 11 targets, Marvin Mims has nine receptions (2.3 per game) for 242 yards and one TD in four games.
- In four games, Courtland Sutton has converted 28 targets into 20 receptions, 216 yards and three touchdowns for the Broncos.
Jets’ 2023 Schedule
|9/17/2023||at Dallas||L 30-10||CBS|
|9/24/2023||New England||L 15-10||CBS|
|10/1/2023||Kansas City||L 23-20||NBC|
|10/29/2023||at New York||–||CBS|
|11/12/2023||at Las Vegas||–||NBC|
|11/24/2023||Miami||–||Amazon Prime Video|
|12/28/2023||at Cleveland||–||Amazon Prime Video|
|1/7/2024||at New England||–||–|
Jets Stats & Insights
- The Jets have not been getting things done offensively, ranking third-worst with 252.8 total yards per game. They have been better on the other side of the ball, allowing 363.8 total yards per contest (22nd-ranked).
- New York’s passing offense has been a bottom-five unit this season, generating 157.3 passing yards per game, which ranks second-worst in the NFL. On the defensive side of the ball, it ranks 16th with 215.8 passing yards allowed per contest.
- The Jets have been struggling in run defense, ranking fifth-worst with 148 rushing yards surrendered per game. They have been better on the other side of the ball, posting 95.5 rushing yards per contest (19th-ranked).
- New York owns a 0 turnover margin this season, which ranks 15th in the NFL.
Jets Key Players
- In four games, Zach Wilson has passed for 712 yards (178 per game), with four touchdowns and four interceptions, and a completion percentage of 58.5%.
- In four games, Garrett Wilson has 21 catches for 225 yards (56.3 per game) and two touchdowns.
- Breece Hall has run for 210 yards (52.5 per game) and zero touchdowns in four games.