If you are seeing YELLOW in your region in the map above, you will get the Broncos–Chargers game on your local CBS affiliate. If you live in Alaska or Hawaii, however, you will be denied Denver’s game in favor of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens game.
With COVID-19 protocols for fans, there hasn’t been much of a homefield advantage for any teams this year. The Denver Broncos are no different with a mere 5,700 fans in attendance each week. Drew Lock was asked this week about if there is a homefield advantage this year and here also said there wasn’t much of one.
“Absolutely not, except for the fact that you have to travel and you might be a little tired,” Lock said. “Like you said, there’s no noise anywhere you go play. I know we had people in our stands, and they were loud for the number that could be in there, but it’s obviously not loud enough to really affect a game and get the true mile high experience for the teams that get to come in here.
Against the Los Angeles Chargers, they will face a team used to not playing in front of fans so there won’t be much of a change for them at all in this game. The winner of this game keeps their hopes of turning things around alive heading into the second half of the season. They other will begin looking ahead to 2021.
Kickoff is set for 2:05 p.m. Mile High time on Sunday, November 1, 2020 at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado. You can watch the live stream of the game through FuboTV or on your local CBS station.