The Broncos have won two in a row since that fateful Monday Night game to start the season. Denver has barely gotten by the past two games, but a win is a win. The Broncos snuck past the 49ers in Week 3 with an 11-10 victory. Not something we see every day. Russell Wilson is off to a slow start with Nathaniel Hackett in Denver. The QB has 743 passing yards with just two TDs and a 83.2 passer rating in three games.
The Raiders fell to 0-3 on the season in what was supposed to be a breakout season in a tough AFC West division. So far Las Vegas, Denver and Los Angeles haven’t really lived up to the hype. Even the Kansas City Chiefs aren’t playing all that well lately. The Raiders lost to the Tennessee Titans 24-22 on the road. The margin of loss for Las Vegas hasn’t been higher than a TD all season. You can take that as a negative or a positive.
Broncos vs. Raiders
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