Sunday Night Football Schedule 2012: Denver Broncos Play In 2 Games

The 2012 Sunday Night Football schedule has been announced and the Denver Broncos will play in two games. They will open the Sunday Night Football schedule with a home rematch against the Pittsburgh Steelers, whom they beat in the Wild Card round of the playoffs on a Tim Tebow 80-yard bomb to Demaryius Thomas on the first play from scrimmage in overtime.

The other game is a Week 8 (Oct. 28) contest against the New Orleans Saints at Sports Authority at Mile High.

Here is the complete Sunday Night Football schedule:

Week 1: Steelers vs. Broncos

Week 2: Lions vs. 49ers

Week 3: Patriots vs. Ravens

Week 4: Giants vs. Eagles

Week 5: Chargers vs. Saints

Week 6: Packers vs. Texans

Week 7: Steelers vs. Bengals

Week 8: Saints vs. Broncos

Week 9: Cowboys vs. Falcons

Week 10: Texans vs. Bears

Week 11: Ravens vs. Steelers

Week 12: Patriots vs. Jets (Thanksgiving)

Week 12: Packers vs. Giants

Week 13: Eagles vs. Cowboys

Week 14: Lions vs. Packers

Week 15: 49ers vs. Patriots

Week 16: Chargers vs. Jets

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Denver. For more on the Broncos, visit Mile High Report. Check out SB Nation NFL for more news and notes around the league.

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