The NFL released schedules for the 2012-2013 football season and the Denver Broncos have a season that is front loaded with last years playoff teams. The Broncos have games against 7 teams that made the playoffs last year with 6 of those contests happening in the first 8 games.
Highlights include a home opener against Ben Rothlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, September 9th, in the first Sunday Night Game of the season. John Fox will return to Carolina where he coached for 9 years and Tom Brady and the New England Patriots also appear on the schedule.
The Broncos end up with 5 prime-time games including 2 showings on Monday Night Football as well as another Sunday night game on NBC and a Thursday night game on The NFL Network.
As always you can follow along with the action of the Denver Broncos right here on AM1030 K2 Radio.

Preseason

1. Thu. Aug. 9 ... at Chicago ... 7:30 ... KUSA-TV
2. Sat. Aug. 18 ... SEATTLE ... 7 p.m. ... KUSA-TV
3. Sun. Aug. 26 ... SAN FRANCISCO ... 2 p.m. ... FOX
4. Thu. Aug. 30 ... at Arizona ... 8 p.m. ... KUSA-TV

Regular Season

1. Sun., Sept. 9 ... PITTSBURGH .. 6:20 p.m. ... NBC
2. Mon. Sept. 17 ... at Atlanta ... 6:30 p.m. ... ESPN
3. Sun. Sept. 23 ... HOUSTON ... 2:15 p.m. ... CBS
4. Sun. Sept. 30 ... OAKLAND ... 2:05 p.m. ... CBS
5. Sun. Oct. 7 ... at New England ... 2:15 p.m. ... CBS
6. Mon. Oct. 15 ... at San Diego ... 6:30 p.m. ... ESPN
7 BYE
8. Sun. Oct. 28 ... NEW ORLEANS ... 6:20 p.m. ... NBC
9. Sun. Nov. 4 ... at Cincinnati ... 11 a.m. ... CBS
10. Sun. Nov. 11 ... at Carolina ... 11 a.m. ... CBS
11. Sun. Nov. 18 ... SAN DIEGO ... 2:15 p.m. ... CBS
12. Sun. Nov. 25 ... at Kansas City ... 11 a.m. ... CBS
13. Sun. Dec. 2 ... TAMPA BAY ... 2:05 p.m. ... FOX
14. Thu. Dec. 6 ... at Oakland ... 6:20 p.m. ... NFLN
15. Sun. Dec. 16 ... at Baltimore ... 11 a.m. ... CBS
16. Sun. Dec. 23 ...CLEVELAND ... 2:05 p.m. ... CBS
17. Sun. Dec. 30 ... KANSAS CITY ... 2:15 p.m. ... CBS