When is Giants vs Broncos?
Giants and Broncos will face off on September 13 (Monday).
Where is Giants vs Broncos?
The famous MetLifeStadium at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey, will host the big game.
How to live stream Giants vs Broncos?
CBS will broadcast the game and you could also subscribe to Hulu, Sling TV, or NBC Application to enjoy live NFL games.
If you are an NFL fanatic like us, you know that New York Giants and Denver Broncos share some history despite not playing a lot of games against each other. This will be the 13th time both teams will go toe-to-toe in the regular season.
Both sides have won six games each and have a similar depth in their team. In the Super Bowl XXI, it was the Giants who overpowered Broncos by a huge margin (39-20).
Hence, NY Giants will be brimming with favorites and are favorites to win the contest against the visitors.
If the Giants win, this will be the first time since 1986-89 that the New York-based organization would have secured two wins in a row against Denver Broncos. In the last meeting in October 2017, NY won 23-10.
Mike Purcell gets injured
Broncos nose tackle Mike Purcell has suffered an ankle sprain. Head Coach Vic Fangio has assured that the player would remain out of action for at least a week.
“We don’t, at this point, think it’s too bad,” he said.
Purcell got injured while training on Friday. The head coach has said that he will be monitored on a day-to-day basis.
Joe Judge speaks highly of Danny Shelton
Giants coach Joe Judge and nose-tackle Danny Shelton have a history. Both love working together, something they showed in the two years they spent together in New England.
Speaking of his player, Judge has said: “I see the same thing from my time with him in 2018 as I do now, and that’s a guy who, first off, comes in every day with a huge smile. Nice guy, loves life. I don’t want to speak for Danny on that, but just from being around him, he’s always smiling. He’s a great teammate.
Apart from his attitude towards the game, Joe Judge is impressed with the effort that the nose tackle gives every time he walks on the field.
“Anything you ask him to do, he does at 100%, whatever is best for the team. He’s a guy that will talk to a vet as well as a young player in terms of trying to help them with something he may have some knowledge on,” he said.
“He’s a guy that’s really good as far as building culture and a rapport with an individual position, and also within the unit.”