Denver Broncos vs. Oakland Raiders tickets 12/29/2019

Denver Broncos vs. Oakland Raiders NFL regular season game will be played at Sports Authority Field in Denver, CO and tickets are still available. Get ready for the Sunday, December 29, 2019 game, where Broncos will try to win against Raiders again at 2:25 PM. Best way to see your favorite team’s game is going to the stadium and be among other supporters. Get discount tickets for Denver Broncos vs. Oakland Raiders game until all are sold-out!

The rivalry with the Raiders was ignited in 1977, when the Broncos advanced to their first Super Bowl by defeating the defending champion Raiders in the 1977 AFC Championship. The rivalry intensified in the mid-1990s, when Mike Shanahan was hired as the Broncos’ head coach in 1995. Shanahan coached the Raiders in 1988 before being fired four games into the 1989 season. The Raiders currently hold a 63–52–2 series lead over the Broncos, including 1–1 in the playoffs.

Notable Broncos-Raiders Rivalry Moments Last 10 Years

September 16, 2007: As Raiders’ kicker Sebastian Janikowski kicked what would have been a game-winning field goal in overtime, Broncos’ head coach Mike Shanahan called a timeout right before he made it. After the timeout, Janikowski attempted the field goal again, but it hit the upright and missed. The Broncos then won on a field goal by Jason Elam.

October 24, 2010: The Raiders scored 38 points in the first half in Denver. The Raiders routed the Broncos 59–14, not only making it the most points scored in a single game in franchise history, but also tying the highest point total that the Broncos have allowed in a single game, since a 59–7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in 1963.

October 11, 2015: The Broncos were nursing a 9–7 lead at Oakland with 7:06 left. The Raiders were attempting to take the lead, until Broncos’ cornerback Chris Harris, Jr. stepped in front of a pass by Raiders’ quarterback Derek Carr and returned the interception 74 yards for a game-changing touchdown with 6:53 left. The Raiders pulled to within 16–10 late in the game, however, the Broncos’ defense and special teams preserved the hard-fought victory.

November 26, 2017: During the first quarter of a Raiders’ 21–14 win in Oakland, Broncos’ cornerback Aqib Talib and Raiders’ wide receiver Michael Crabtree engaged in an ugly brawl on the sidelines that resulted in both players initially being suspended for two games, but reduced to one game apiece after an appeal. The two had a history of bad blood with each other, in which Talib yanked off a chain from Crabtree’s neck, during the teams’ 2016 regular season finale in Denver, with Talib repeating his actions that resulted in the brawl with Crabtree. During the play that preceded the brawl, Crabtree also punched Broncos’ cornerback Chris Harris, Jr. in the stomach.

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