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Here’s how to watch NFL Streams of today’s New England Patriots vs Denver Broncos game live online at 1 p.m ET for free over at CBS.

Looking to watch NFL games online? You came to the right place! You can watch NFL Streams of the Patriots vs the Broncos over at CBS All Access (7-day free trial), and Fubo TV (7-day free trial). You can login to CBS All Access with a cable or TV provider if you have one, and watch games free of charge.

A CBS All Access digital subscription to stream NFL games online costs $5.99 with limited commercials and $9.99 to for commercial-free NFL live streams. The commercial free option also allows you to download the NFL games (and other CBS shows) to watch offline at a later time.

Background of Patriots vs Broncos game on October 18

The New England Patriots have a record of 2-2 this season while the Denver Broncos are 1-3 in the win-loss column. The Patriots are coming off a loss to Kansas City Chiefs (26-10) while the Broncos just get a win over the New York Jets (37-28). The Patriots and Broncos last played against each other on November 12, 2017. The Broncos lost that game against the Patriots 47-16.

According to ESPN, Broncos Coach Vic Fangio is having “to take more risks on defense” this season.

Patriots Coach Bill Belichick will be looking for a win in New England to steady a Patriots team without Tom Brady. Comparatively, Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a 3-2 record this season.

Who will make it back to the Super Bowl first: Tom Brady or Bill Belichick? Or were both infinitely better off together on the same team? Only time will answer that question.

New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton will have an opportunity to begin avenging his 0-3 record and Super Bowl 50 loss against the Broncos with a win today. Newton was the 2015 regular season MVP when his Carolina Panthers faced off against the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl. Can Newton finally break the streak as a member of the Patriots? Or will the Denver Broncos continue to be a thorn on Newton’s career win/loss record?

According to ESPN reporters Mike Reiss’ (and Field Yates) tweet below, a Patriots player tested positive for COVID-19 recently and Friday’s Patriots practice was cancelled. However, the New England Patriots’ practice facility was open the following Saturday morning.

The Patriots have James Ferentz and Byron Cowart on the team reserve COVID-19 list according to ESPN.

Denver Broncos Injury Report

CBS reports that the Broncos have cut Blake Bortles with quarterback Drew Lock set to make his return against the Patriots today. Veteran QB Blake Bortles was originally signed in free agency after Lock suffered a shoulder injury.

The Broncos’ Noah Fant and Melvin Gordon III are both listed as out for today’s game against the Patriots according to DenverBroncos.com. Coach Vic Fangio assured media members that Gordon is out with an “illness totally unrelated to COVID.” Fant has been limited in practice since suffering an ankle injury during a game against the New York Jets on October 1st. It will be the first missed game of Fant’s career.

Denver running backs Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman are expected to be available for today’s Patriots game.

The New England Patriots are currently 2nd in the AFC East division with wins over the Miami Dolphins and Las Vegas Raiders. The Patriots started last season with an 8-game winning streak comparatively. The Denver Broncos are 3rd in the AFC West division with 1 win over the New York Jets. The Broncos started last season with a 4-game losing streak.

The Patriots made the postseason last year and lost to the Tennessee Titans while the Broncos missed the NFL playoffs. The Broncos last made the NFL postseason in 2015 where they won the Super Bowl against Cam Newton’s Carolina Panthers as mentioned earlier. The team hasn’t been in the NFL playoffs since.

You’ll be able to watch NFL Game Day highlights of today’s action over at NFL Network with a Cable or TV Provider login. NFL Network will be airing will be airing the Chiefs vs Bills game today at 5 pm ET for those interested.

NFL Streams info for the Patriots vs Broncos game

Patriots vs Broncos

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Watch the New England Broncos vs the Denver Nuggets at Gillette Stadium on television over @ CBS or follow the NFL streaming info below:

Date: Sunday, October 18
Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Channel: CBS
Location: Foxborough, MA
Stadium: Gillette Stadium
NFL Streams: Watch the Patriots vs the Broncos over at CBS All Access (7-day free trial available) and Fubo TV (7-day free trial available). Login to CBS All Access with a cable or TV provider and watch the NFL games for free.

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