A happy Easter is on the way for Denver Broncos fans.
The Broncos will be welcoming back some familiar faces as they head to San Diego for their annual game on Sunday, Oct. 10, against the Chargers.
Head coach Vance Joseph is on his second trip to San Francisco and the Chargers, the defending Super Bowl champions, are currently undefeated in their last 10 games.
The Broncos, who will travel to Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, for the season opener on Sunday at 7:00 p.m., will face a Chargers team that is also undefeated at home in the first half of the season.
This is the first time the two teams have faced off in the postseason.
The Chargers have won their last four meetings with the Broncos, a span of 11 games.
The two teams also meet twice this season, in Week 3 in Denver and Week 7 in San Diego.
The last time the teams met in the regular season was in Denver, a 34-31 overtime victory.
On Sunday, the Broncos will host the Los Angeles Rams for a game that will be televised on FOX.
Denver’s game against the Rams is expected to be broadcast on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Sports 2.
On the road, the Denver Broncos host the New England Patriots at Levi’s Park on Sunday night, Sept. 30.
The game will be nationally televised on Fox.
The home team has won five of its last six games.
On Saturday, Sept 3, the New York Jets host the Denver Chargers at 1:00 a.m.
CT in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
The Denver Broncos will play the Jets in the preseason opener, the first preseason game for both teams in the history of the NFL.
The game will also be nationally broadcast on Fox Sports 2 and Fox Sports 3.
The Denver Broncos open the season on Saturday, Oct 3, against Seattle.
The match-up is expected at kickoff.
The AFC West champion Broncos host divisional rivals the AFC West rivals, the Kansas City Chiefs, in their opener.
The Chiefs, who won the AFC title in 2017, have won eight of their last nine games.