Raiders vs. Broncos live: How to watch, stream, Week 1September 9, 2019
Raiders vs. Broncos live: How to watch, stream, Week 1
The principal seven day stretch of the 2019 NFL ordinary season closes late on Monday night, and it does as such with a first see what could demonstrate to be a urgent AFC West contention this year - that of the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders.
Only a couple of days in front of the last matchup of the current week's "Monday Night Football" doubleheader, it looked as though the Raiders' season opener would likewise fill in as something of a sensational exhibition - as it were, the foreseen introduction of none other than Antonio Brown, the polarizing previous Pittsburgh Steelers star who's since moved his way to the New England Patriots. Presently, individuals may check out observe what Oakland will manage without their No. 1 recipient who never was. In a division featuring the high-flying Kansas City Chiefs, the Raiders have a long and hard way back to the playoffs, yet a strong initial move toward that objective - and, maybe much more along these lines, shedding Brown's show for good - would knock off the Broncos in prime time.
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Denver, in the interim, is no certain wagered for the postseason, either. The Broncos additionally happen to be in a progress, starting their first season under previous Chicago Bears cautious organizer Vic Fangio. And keeping in mind that they at present utilize another previous Steelers wideout, they aren't so dubious as their AFC West adversaries entering the 2019 crusade. Joe Flacco will start his first NFL season not in a Baltimore Ravens uniform under place for Fangio, however significantly more intriguingly, Denver can possibly shock the group with its guard - a unit that had loads of huge name pieces before Fangio's landing yet could profit much increasingly under his direction.
Monday night's conflict between the different sides probably won't have the stakes of, state, a Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers standoff. In any case, that is nearly the point. In the event that K.C. is a close lock for the playoff picture and the Chargers are directly behind them, well, that leaves space for only one of either the Broncos or Raiders as potential trump card material. So how about we see who's prepared to thunder.
Here's all that you have to know to get Monday's undertaking, just as some keys to triumph for the two groups:
Information on Broncos at Raiders
- Date: Monday, Sept. 9
- Time: 10:20 p.m. ET
- Television station: ESPN
- Spilling: fuboTV (Try for nothing)
- Chances: Broncos - 2.5, O/U 42.5 (by means of SportsLine)
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Horses' keys to triumph
Ride the running match-up: We'll get to Flacco in a second, yet Denver's most solid option at underwriting against Oakland's protection is likely beating the stone, since it has the work force to do as such. Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman have what it takes to wear the Raiders out, particularly getting goes out of the backfield, and Mike Munchak has the eye to plan open openings.
Let Flacco air it out: While the Broncos should incline toward their ground game, when they do call a pass, they'd be savvy not to put a saddle on Big Joe. We as a whole realize he can be Captain Checkdown, and we likewise realize he can push his groups into difficulty by constraining enormous plays, however Flacco's as yet got a major arm, and if Emmanuel Sanders is anyplace close as prepared as he looked in preseason, there's no reason Fangio shouldn't be OK sending a couple of profound shots into the California night.
Get after Derek Carr: This fills in as a key for pretty much any group surging any quarterback, however kid, does it truly apply here. Carr is for quite some time expelled from his MVP-bore breakout, and he's appeared in ongoing seasons an awful propensity to get wild when pushed around in the pocket. The Broncos, in the event that you overlooked, aren't lacking in first class edge rushers, either.
Looters' keys to triumph
Keep everything short: The dink-and-dunk Joe Flacco may be the rendition that goes with a substantial ground game from Denver, which could demonstrate risky relying upon the sort of openings their RBs are getting, yet the dink-and-dunk Joe Flacco is likewise the one that lost his business to Lamar Jackson. The Raiders would be vastly improved off giving Sanders a chance to get five-yarders throughout the night than goofing and letting Flacco swing the force of the game on a 65-yard bomb.
Feed Josh Jacobs: dislike they truly have quite a bit of a decision, yet so what? Jacobs has the devices to be a three-down stud, and the Raiders nearly need him to be only that. In the event that he's beating forward for additional yards after contact, Oakland shouldn't get adorable. It should stay with him, milk the clock, and granulate it out.
Get Jalen Richard and Hunter Renfrow included: That "key" alone ought to illuminate you regarding the condition of the Raiders' offense. In any case, it's not without its upside. While Jacobs ought to get the greater part of Oakland's hostile remaining task at hand, Richard and Renfrow are both in a perfect world fit to devour dump-off after dump-off from Carr. While that is not lovely, it would keep Carr cleaner and progressively sure about the pocket, which is significant in a game against Von Miller and Bradley Chubb.