The Denver Broncos (4-5) host the New York Jets (5-4) tonight at Sports Authority Field at Mile High at 6:20pm on the NFL Network, and locally on The CW channel 2. the Broncos have won two in a row with Tim Tebow under center, and are just one game behind first-place Oakland in the AFC West race.

The Broncos will host the New York Jets in a primetime matchup on Thursday night on NFL Network. It marks the second consecutive season that the Jets have traveled to Denver and the 33rd regular-season meeting between the clubs. The Jets narrowly edge the Broncos 24-20 last season.

Denver leads the all-time series 16-15-1, with a 9-8 advantage in the Mile High City.

The teams have met once in the postseason, with the Broncos earning a 23-10 victory in the AFC Championship game on Jan. 17, 1998. Denver would go on to win Super Bowl XXXII the next week.

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