For many Thanksgiving wouldn't be complete without football on TV. But, if your holiday plans include watching the Broncos - Chiefs game, you might not be able to see it. For the second time this year, the Broncos game will only be carried on the NFL Network in Southern Colorado. Which means unless you have Satellite TV or digital cable, you won't be able to watch the game from home.
As if Sunday night's loss wasn't enough. Now, more bad news for Bronco fans. The Broncos play on Thanksgiving. But, chances are you won't be able to watch the game. "Totally frustrating." "I think that's ridiculous." "It's all about money." Money that some diehard Bronco fans are willing to spend. "We've got family coming from all over the country who are Broncos fans and we had to do it." Had to order the NFL Network on cable just to get the game at home. "We don't have it and I'm not going to pay for it." Leaving her and other Bronco fans searching for something else to do when the turkey is gone.
If you happen to be in the Denver area on Thanksgiving night, you will be able to watch the Broncos game on the Denver Fox station. And there are several local sports bars that plan to show the game. Kick off is set for 6 p-m in Kansas City.
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