The Broncos vs Giants live stream puts Teddy Bridgewater under center for his fourth team in his seven years as he’ll take snaps for Denver in this NFL live stream. Meanwhile, Saquon Barkley is starting his first fully healthy season since his rookie year, as he's cleared to play. The full inactives list is below.
Daniel Jones has had his struggles over his first two years in the league and really went through a decline in production last season. A direct contributor to Jones’ lackluster 2020 season is the fact that he only had pro bowl running back Saquon Barkley in the back field with him for two games last season before the 2018 rookie of the year was lost to an ACL tear in week 2.
Barkley is expected to be ready to go come kickoff against the Broncos and if Denver plans to play like they did last year, they couldn’t be a more joyous sight for Barkley’s eyes. The Broncos were one of the NFL’s worst defenses against the run a year ago allowing 130 yards-per-game, eighth worst in the league.
Denver did try to improve their defense in the offseason, just not their run defense. They added cornerback Kyle Fuller in free agency and spent their first round pick on highly touted cornerback Patrick Surtain II out of Alabama.
The inactives are as follows:
Giants: Collin Johnson (WR), Josh Jackson (CB), Sam Beal (CB), Justin Hilliard (LB), Evan Engram (TE), Quincy Roche (LB)
Broncos: Bradley Chubb (OLB), Cameron Fleming (OT), McTelvin Agim (DE), Jamar Johnson (FS), Kary Vincent (CB), Nate McCrary (RB), Andrew Beck (TE)
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Since Peyton Manning retired at the end of the 2015 season, the Broncos have had four different quarterbacks lead the team in passing and even more fill the starters role for an extended period. Denver is hoping Teddy Bridgewater puts a stop to the revolving door. He’ll have plenty of help on the offensive side of the ball with wide receiver Jerry Jeudy and running back Melvin Gordan.
The Broncos are 3-point favorites against the Giants. The over/under is 42. The 2021 NFL season marks the league’s first 17-game regular season schedule.
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Broncos vs Giants live streams in the US
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The game starts at 4:25 p.m. ET / 1:25 p.m. PT on Sunday (Sept. 12).
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The Broncos vs Giants live stream starts at 9:25 p.m. BST Sunday evening.
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