The Denver Broncos will have a different look when they take on the New York Giants on Sunday Night Football in Week 6.
Per Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post, rather than their usual home uniforms, which consist of orange jerseys, white pants and their traditional navy blue helmet, the Broncos are slated to come out in their alternate home uniform combination of blue pants, blue jerseys and their regular helmet.
According to Jhabvala, the last time the Broncos wore their all-blue uniform combination was in Week 14 of the 2015 season against the Oakland Raiders. Denver, with embattled quarterback Brock Osweiler behind center, lost that game 15-12 in large part by allowing Oakland star Khalil Mack to sack Osweiler 5 times.
Prior to that, the last time Denver wore their all-blue uniforms was against the Jim Harbaugh-led San Francisco 49ers in 2014. That game resulted in a much-better outcome for the Broncos (a 42-17 win), and forever will be remembered in NFL archives as the day Peyton Manning, behind a 4 touchdown-pass performance, moved ahead of Brett Favre to become the NFL’s all-time leader in career touchdown passes.
The Broncos are coming off a bye in Week 5, and are looking to improve their 2017 record to 4-1 with a victory over the injury-depleted Giants.
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