Broncos Open on the Road for Third Straight Season

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Denver (AP) There are some intriguing plot lines for the Denver Broncos in their 2007 schedule. The NFL released the slate of games Wednesday -- and it includes five in prime-time. It also includes road games against both 2006 Super Bowl teams, a Monday night Christmas Eve in San Diego, and a Jay Cutler-Vince Young matchup.

Denver opens the season on the road against Buffalo on September 9th, making for the third straight season the team has started away from Invesco Field.

Denver also has two Monday night appearances at home – against Green Bay on October 29th and against Tennessee on November 19th. That game will showcase Cutler -- the eleventh overall pick in the 2006 draft -- against Young, who was the third overall selection.

There's only one Sunday night home game -- against Pittsburgh on October 21st.

Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis will play host to Denver on September 30th, and the Broncos face NFC champion Chicago Bears on November 25th.

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