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Broncos vs Jaguars Week 2 live stream: How to watch online, game time, and TV schedule



Watch Denver Broncos vs Jacksonville Jaguars Week 2 NFL live

Broncos vs Jaguars: The weather in Jacksonville on Sunday looks to be a mix of rain showers and high humidity in the low 80s. That may not seem like a big deal, but the humidity with even 82 degrees is going to wear on players and hydration. Hydration was a big focus for the Broncos this week as they prepared for the Jaguars.

“It’s been emphasized for them to hydrate starting yesterday and starting Tuesday,” Head Coach Vic Fangio said on Thursday. “You’ve got to do it all week, not just the day of the game or the day before. That’s one thing. We’re going down there a day early. We’re going to have a walk-through—our normal Saturday practice, which is a very low tempo. We’re going to do it there and get two good night’s rest there we hope and be ready to play.” Broncos vs Jaguars match will be the great matchup of this Sunday night football event.

The team arrived in Jacksonville a day earlier to get a little practice/walk-through on Saturday to prepare for the weather change even further.

Fangio is taking no chances and making no assumptions this season as he looks for that early-season wins.


Here’s how to watch.

Broncos vs Jaguars TV Schedule

When: Sunday, September 19 at 11:00 a.m. Mile High time

Where: TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida

Channel: CBS

Announcers: Spero Dedes (play-by-play) and Jay Feely (analyst)


Live STreaming: Match will be streamed live on Sports TV

If you see YELLOW in the map below, you will at least get the Broncos-Jaguars game on your local CBS affiliate station this week. It’s definitely not the premiere game judging by the coverage here and you can forget about it if you live in Alaska or Hawaii.

The Broncos opened solid 6-point favorites over the Jaguars earlier in the week. As the week wore on the line held firm at six, despite the rumors swirling that Jaguars Head Coach Urban Meyer is looking to make a swift exit out of Jacksonville after just one game.

Matchup History

There is a bit of a bitter rivalry that the Broncos and Jaguars have had over the years, but mostly it stemmed from the expansion Jaguars upsetting the AFC favorite Broncos in the 1996 Divisional Round. The Broncos then exacted its revenge on the Jaguars in the 1997 Wild Card Round on its way to a Super Bowl title. In 13 all-time meetings (including playoffs), the Broncos are 6-7 against the Jaguars so a win this week would even that up. So, get access to the Broncos vs Jaguars SNF match.

Denver and Jacksonville Stats

  • The Broncos racked up 20.2 points per game last year, 10.6 fewer than the Jaguars surrendered per matchup (30.8).
  • The Broncos averaged 82.1 fewer yards per game (335.6) than the Jaguars allowed per outing (417.7) last season.
  • The Broncos turned the ball over 15 more times (32 total) than the Jaguars forced a turnover (17) last year.
  • Last year the Jaguars averaged 8.8 fewer points per game (19.1) than the Broncos surrendered (27.9).
  • The Jaguars collected 41.8 fewer yards per game (326.1) than the Broncos gave up (367.9) per matchup last year.
  • The Jaguars turned the ball over nine more times (25 total) than the Broncos forced turnovers (16) last season. Broncos vs Jaguars

Broncos Impact Players

  • Teddy Bridgewater collected 3,733 passing yards (233.3 per game) with a 69.1% completion percentage last year while throwing for 15 touchdowns with 11 interceptions. He also led his team with 279 rushing yards on 53 carries and five touchdowns.
  • Melvin Gordon III took 215 attempts for 986 rushing yards a season ago (61.6 per game) and scored nine touchdowns.
  • Last year Tim Patrick grabbed 51 passes for 742 yards (46.4 per game) while scoring six touchdowns.
  • Last season, Malik Reed racked up eight sacks, eight TFL, and 51 tackles.
  • In last year’s campaign, Alexander Johnson racked up 124 tackles, four TFL, and one sack.
  • Justin Simmons intercepted five passes and tacked on 96 tackles, three TFL, and nine passes defended last season. Broncos vs Jaguars

Jaguars Impact Players

  • C.J. Beathard racked up 787 passing yards (49.2 per game) with a 63.5% completion percentage last year (66-for-104), throwing for six touchdowns with zero interceptions.
  • James Robinson took 240 attempts for 1,070 rushing yards a season ago (66.9 per game) and scored seven touchdowns. He also caught 49 passes for 344 yards with three TDs through the air.
  • Last year Marvin Jones Jr. was targeted 115 times and had 76 catches for 978 yards and nine touchdowns.
  • Last season Dawuane Smoot put up 5.5 sacks, five TFL, and 25 tackles.
  • Over his 2020 campaign, Myles Jack collected 118 tackles, six TFL, one sack, and one interception.
  • Last season Shaquill Griffin reeled in three interceptions and added 63 tackles, two TFL, and 12 passes defended. Broncos vs Jaguars live











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Denver Broncos at Jacksonville Jaguars: How to watch Live match, TV schedule for NFL Week 2



The Broncos will take on the Jaguars on Sept. 19 at 1:00 p.m. ET. on Sunday at TIAA Bank Field. We break down the schedule and how to watch the Denver Broncos vs Jacksonville Jaguars game via live stream.

How To Watch:

Looking to secure a 2-0 start, the Broncos will face the Jaguars and one of the most promising young quarterbacks in recent memory in Trevor Lawrence. The top overall pick could soon change the fortunes for Jacksonville, especially with a receiving corps that includes DJ Chark Jr.Laviska Shenault Jr. and Marvin Jones Jr. But Denver’s defense could give Lawrence and Co. fits as he continues his adjustment to the NFL. With two sacks in the season opener, OLB Von Miller looks like his old self, and the secondary appeared as strong as advertised. The big question for the group this week is how CB Pat Surtain II does in his first start, filling in for an injured Ronald Darby, but the entire unit should ensure that the Jaguars have a rough day.

Offensively, the Broncos will look to continue a strong performance from Week 1. QB Teddy Bridgewater played mistake-free ball vs. the Giants, and even without Jerry Jeudy, he will still be able to rely on creating an effective passing attack with WRs Courtland SuttonTim Patrick, and KJ Hamler should be able to fill in for Jeudy. Jacksonville’s defense struggled against Houston a week ago, allowing the Texans to gain 449 net yards, convert 57.1 percent of their third downs and score touchdowns on four of six red-zone chances.

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Play-by-Play: Dave Logan


Analyst: Rick Lewis


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