Denver Broncos 2024 schedule release primer

The release of the 2024 NFL schedule is drawing near and soon, fans inside Broncos Country will soon be able to see how this year’s schedule shakes out. If Bo Nix is named the Week 1 starter, who will he start his career against and where will that game take place? Many intriguing questions will come with the schedule release and that is just one of them.

Here, we will help fans prepare for that release with a look at who the Broncos will play and their history against these teams. 

Denver Broncos’ 2024 opponents







Kansas City

Los Angeles Chargers

Las Vegas


Kansas City

Los Angeles Chargers

Las Vegas



Tampa Bay

New Orleans


New York Jets

Current streak vs. opponents

vs. Kansas City: W1 (Last win- October 29, 2023)

vs. Los Angeles Chargers: W3 (Last win- December 31, 2023)

vs. Las Vegas: L8 (Last win- December 29, 2019)

vs. Cleveland: W1 (Last win- November 26, 2023)

vs. Pittsburgh: L2 (Last win- November 25, 2018)

vs. Atlanta: L3 (Last win- November 16, 2008)

vs. Carolina: L1 (Last win- December 13, 2020)

vs. Indianapolis: L2 (Last win- December 14, 2017)

vs. Cincinnati: L1 (Last win- December 2, 2018)

vs. Baltimore: L3 (Last win- September 13, 2015)

vs. Tampa Bay: L1 (Last win- October 2, 2016)

vs. New Orleans: L1 (Last win- November 13, 2016)

vs. Seattle: L1 (Last win- September 9, 2018)

vs. New York Jets: L2 (Last win- September 26, 2021)

Key Notes

  • Of the 14 teams that they will face this year, the Broncos have current winning streaks against just three of them.
  • The win over the Chiefs last October snapped a 16-game losing streak to them that dated back to 2015. 
  • Sean Payton will coach against his former team, the Saints, for the first time. 

All-time series records vs. Opponents

vs. Kansas City: Chiefs lead 72-26

vs. Los Angeles Chargers: Broncos lead 73-55-1

vs. Las Vegas: Raiders lead 73-54-2

vs. Cleveland: Broncos lead 25-7

vs. Pittsburgh: Broncos lead 20-13-1

vs. Atlanta: Broncos lead 9-7

vs. Carolina: Broncos lead 6-2

vs. Indianapolis: Colts lead 15-14

vs. Cincinnati: Broncos lead 22-11

vs. Baltimore: Ravens lead 10-6

vs. Tampa Bay: Broncos lead 7-3

vs. New Orleans: Broncos lead 9-3

vs. Seattle: Broncos lead 35-22

vs. New York Jets: Broncos lead 22-18-1

Key notes

There are only nine teams that have a winning record against the Broncos all time. The Broncos face four of those this season (Chiefs, Raiders, Ravens, Colts). The others are the Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles, Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Rams and the Tennessee Titans/Houston Oilers. 


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