The Broncos kick off regular season play at home against division rival Kansas City, and the game will be featured in the national spotlight of ESPN. In Week 7, Denver will play its only Monday night game of the season on the road against Cincinnati at Paul Brown Stadium. The Broncos have two more primetime games, including Week 12 at home against Oakland and on Christmas night at Tennessee.
In addition, the Broncos have one nationally televised preseason game, in the Hall of Fame game, where they will face the Washington Redskins at Canton's Fawcett Stadium on Aug. 9 on ABC's Monday Night Football.
In all, the 2004 Broncos will play on national television nine times, including preseason and regular season doubleheader telecasts.
More stories about the 2004 schedule
Broncos finish up '04 with fearful foursome - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
April 15, 2004 - A country Christmas in the Music City awaits the Broncos. And that prime-time holiday affair against the Tennessee Titans in Nashville just might determine whether the Broncos have championship visions dancing in their heads or find a lump of coal in their playoff stockings.
Stretch run challenging - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
April 15, 2004 -Denver Broncos players looking to exact a little revenge on Peyton Manning & Co. will have to wait until Jan. 2, 2005. That's when the rematch of their wild-card playoff drubbing last season has been set, as the NFL released the 2004 regular-season schedule Wednesday.
Stretch run challenging - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Wednesday, April 14, 2004 - The basis of the 2004 schedule is simple -- eight home games, 16 in total, against a listing of opponents that the Broncos have known since Dec. 28 of last year. But after three and a half months of waiting, the Broncos now also know who they will play and when, as the league released the full 2004 regular-season schedule
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