Cleveland Browns vs Broncos Live Stream: Game time, channel information
The Cleveland Browns take on the Denver Broncos at FirstEnergy Stadium in Week 1 of the 2019 NFL Season. Here’s all the information you need to watch the first game of the year.
Sitting at 2-5 heading into their eighth game of the season, the Cleveland Browns desperately need a win to try and salvage a season that started out with so much promise.
They will be on the road facing a team that has also struggled thus far as they’re visiting the 2-6 Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High. Cleveland traveled there late in the 2018 season and was able to secure a 17-16 win over the Case Keenum-led Broncos.
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In this meeting, they’ll face a new signal-caller as Keenum is now in Washington. He was replaced by Joe Flacco but a neck injury sent the former Baltimore Raven to the sideline and now Brandon Allen will be making his first career start.
While that does give the Browns an edge, they can’t go into this one thinking they have it won. Instead, they have to be on top of their game as they seek to hit the halfway mark with a 3-5 record.
Here is all the information you need to catch the team in action this Sunday.
Date: Sunday, Nov. 3
Start time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Location: Denver, CO
Stadium: Empower Field at Mile High
TV Info: CBS, Browns TV Programming
Radio Broadcast: Live Browns Radio
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket, FuboTV
Should Baker Mayfield and his Browns find themselves victorious this weekend, it will set them up nicely as they have just two more teams with a winning record on the schedule in the final eight games. They will also have five contests against AFC North opponents, meaning they can still make a late-season push for their division crown.