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The Denver Broncos will get five playoff teams on their schedule for next year, including a home game against the Baltimore Ravens and a trip to Gillette Stadium to face the New England Patriots.
With the AFC division races being wrapped up in Week 16, the Denver Broncos' 2013 opponents are now set.
The Baltimore Ravens were the final team to clinch their division, locking up the AFC North title by topping the New York Giants. That means the Broncos will host Baltimore next season in a rematch of Week 15 when Denver defeated the Ravens on the road.
In addition, the Broncos will also play the AFC East champion New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium again. The Patriots were the last team to give Denver a loss and the Broncos have won 10-straight games since.
Along with the usual six games against teams in its division, Denver will play all four NFC East teams and all four AFC South teams, including a return to Indianapolis for Peyton Manning when the Broncos play the Colts on the road.
The final schedules will be released by the NFL in April.