The Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars will square off Sunday in the third preseason game between the two teams, but if you want to see some stunning marble colorados, this is the place to watch.
The Denver Broncos have been a big favorite of mine lately.
The Broncos and their fans have been getting to know each other through the first four games, and the team has won five straight and tied a franchise record with five consecutive victories.
They have an incredible offense, and a talented secondary, but the defense is one of the best in the league.
The Jaguars, on the other hand, have had some great success in the last decade.
The defense has had some problems at times, and they have a lot of talented players but have had to play in a dome and a hostile environment.
That has given me a great chance to watch this matchup.
The Broncos will be using a different personnel grouping than the ones they have been running all year.
Instead of going with a standard four-wide, five-wide set up, the Broncos will play a more vertical offense.
The vertical is an ideal formation for them because it gives them an advantage in both vertical and passing game, which will make it easier for quarterback Paxton Lynch to get open.
The Jaguars have had a solid defense all year, but they have had trouble against a team that has had a good offense.
Last week against the San Diego Chargers, they let a huge game-winning drive slip away, and that was on the road against a very talented offense.
That was a tough loss for the Jaguars, but that’s why I like this matchup as a possible game-winner.
The only issue with this matchup is that it’s an exhibition.
The Denver offense is going to be the one that wins the game, and it’s not a matter of who has the better defense.
The offense will have to score points and stop the run, and if they do that, the defense will have a chance to win.
The matchup will likely come down to the first quarter and the second quarter.
I am hoping to see Peyton Manning throw three touchdown passes, but I think it will come down largely to the defense.
With the offense being the better team, I think this is a must-win game.
The game will be televised on Fox Sports 1 and will air at 7:30 p.m.
If you want the Broncos to win, you better get out early, because they are going to need some help.