Raiders vs. Broncos Head-to-Head Matchups


All-Time Record: Raiders lead series 66-53-2 (.554)

2019 record: 7-9

Division Finish: (T-2nd/AFC West)

Playoffs: None

Head Coach: Vic Fangio

Key additions: WR Jerry Jeudy, CB A.J. Bouye, DL Jurrell Casey, G Graham Glasgow, RB Melvin Gordon, DT Shelby Harris, P Sam Martin, TE Nick Vannett

Notable players: QB Drew Lock, OLB Von Miller, WR Courtland Sutton, OLB Bradley Chubb, TE Noah Fant, S Justin Simmons

Key losses: QB Brandon Allen, QB Joe Flacco, G Ronald Leary, C Connor McGovern, DE Derek Wolfe, CB Chris Harris Jr., CB Cyrus Jones, S Will Parks

• The Silver and Black have played Denver 119 times in the regular season, with two meetings in every season since 1960, except the strike-shortened season.

• The Raiders split the season series with the Broncos in 2019, winning the first match at home on Monday Night Football by a score of 24-16, and dropping the season finale on the road, 15-16.

• Las Vegas is seeking their first win over the Broncos away from home since 2015, when they won by a score of 15-12.

• The two teams have faced off in 26 primetime games with the Silver and Black holding a 12-13-1 (.462) all-time record. The Raiders defeated the Broncos on Monday Night Football for the second consecutive year in 2019, marking the first time the team has won consecutive primetime victories against the Broncos since 2001-02.

• In the first meeting in 2019, RB Josh Jacobs became the first player since LaDainian Tomlinson in 2001 to total 100 scrimmage yards and two touchdowns in his NFL debut.

• In Week 1, WR Tyrell Williams recorded his first 100-yard contest as a Raider and eighth of his career.