The Denver Broncos (2-2) have a very winnable game on the road against the New York Jets (1-3) http://www.broncoscheapauthenticstore.com/todd-davis-jersey-cheap , but their history on the east coast is one that should give us pause. Nothing ever comes easily in the NFL.Collectively, the Mile High Report staff thinks the Broncos win easily 26-16 over the Jets. Against a rookie quarterback like Sam Darnold, who has struggled, a veteran defense like Denver’s should be able to control the game defensively. So if they do that, then the Broncos would only need an efficient offensive performance to win this game by two plus scores.Here is how we each broke this game down individually.Broncos 27, Jets 13It feels like the issues on offense might be here to stay with the Broncos in 2018, but against a team like the Jets there is no reason two scores don’t win this game for Denver. It is a road game on the east coast, however, so I won’t take anything for granted in this one. - Tim LynchBroncos 27, Jets 20I think Royce Freeman & Philip Lindsay notch a rushing TD each, and Keenum finally gets back on the TD board with an endzone target to Courtland Sutton. Sanders will less in receptions & targets. However, I think Keenum also throws another pick.Meanwhile, the defense will face a group with little in the way of playmakers. The iffy secondary will still give up some big plays it shouldn’t Youth Jeff Heuerman Jersey , but I think this is the game the Broncos’ pass rush gets back on course. - Taylor KotheBroncos 24, Jets 21A tough game on the road, this is the win that gets the Broncos back on track for a play-contending season. Von Miller will show up and give the Jets’ rookie QB a nice “Welcome to the NFL” sack while Chris Harris Jr. will send him a pick-six welcome package. I expect Case Keenum to have an improved game, taking advantage of a weak Jets’ secondary and a prime Courtland Sutton. Life is back to good on Monday. - Laurie Lattimore-VolkmannBroncos 23, Jets 6This game is a hard one to predict. One one hand you have the Broncos playing an early game on the east coast on the road. On the other hand, Sam Darnold kinda sucks. Then again, we only scored 23 on a piss poor Chiefs defense AT HOME, and the Jets are at least “middle of the road” on defense (exactly middle as they rank 16th). So, how can I predict we score even the measly 23 we did against the Chiefs? Plus the finger pointing has begun with the “offense needs to score more points” talk. Ugh. What to do, what to do? How about we slap around a rookie QB the way everyone else slaps around rookie QBs? How about we don’t be the “typical Broncos” and be the poster children of career games for other teams and players? How about we try that on for size guys! - Pete BaronBroncos 29, Jets 13The Broncos are more talented than the Jets. The Broncos are a better team than the Jets. The Broncos are going to beat the Jets. It’s not hard. Run the ball. Let the rookies take over and they should have no problem. 29-13 Broncos. - Adam MalnatiJets 23, Broncos 20There is no doubt the Broncos should win this game. They should win this game rather easily. How many times have we said that the last two years, only to feel either anger or disappointment at the result? In Denver’s last six games played on the East Coast http://www.broncoscheapauthenticstore.com/brandon-marshall-jersey-cheap , it is 1-5. Overall, in the last nine road games, the Broncos are 1-8 and 4-13 in the last 17. It’s OK, I’ll be that one fan. - Ian St. ClairBroncos 31, Jets 9Last time the Broncos played the Jets, they shut them out, and that was with Trevor Siemian at the helm, and are facing a talented but turnover prone young QB in Sam Darnold. I expect this one to be as easy of a win Denver will have on their schedule this year, and will help fans get last week’s taste out of their mouths. Broncos 31 (with a defensive TD), Jets 9. - Jeff EssaryGive us your score predictions in the comments section below.Broncos vs. Raiders: 5 things we learned After an impressive season opening win against the Seattle Seahawks, the Denver Broncos struggled to get things going offensively early on. It was an up-and-down game, with little hope existing until the final moments. But sometimes, all you have to do is believe Youth Connor McGovern Jersey , right?In prototypical Oakland Raiders dysfunctional fashion, they crumbled in the fourth quarter, resulting in a 20-19 comeback victory for our beloved franchise. Without further adieu, here are five things we learned from the Broncos’ miraculous comeback victory.1. The Broncos’ offensive start was dreadful, but they came together when it mattered mostA few words come to mind when attempting to describe the Broncos’ offensive effort against the Raiders in the first half, but I’ll refrain from expletives and just symbolize it as this — dreadful.Outside of Phillip Lindsay’s 53-yard run in the first half and quality pass protection, there was little positive about what the offense did. They accomplished little-to-nothing on first downs and struggled immensely on third downs. When that happens, nothing good usually happens. It was an absolute disaster and a far cry from what we witnessed last week against the Seahawks. The offense gained just 114 yards and two first downs the entire first half — but their fortunes changed in the final two quarters.After some key adjustments by Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrave, the Broncos’ offense performed much better in the second half. They finished the game with 385 total yards and 20 first downs and put together scoring drives when it mattered most. I do have to note that one major disappointment that was constant throughout the game was Demaryius Thomas, who dropped far too many passes for a veteran of his caliber and presence. 2. Royce Freeman and Phillip Lindsay continue to impressThe thunder and lightning duo of of Royce Freeman and Phillip Lindsay were a major reason why the Broncos were able to win on opening day, and their success continued into this afternoon’s game against the Raiders.Lindsay was the hot hand for most of the game and had himself another one hundred all-purpose yard effort, but Freeman’s presence was felt in the second half where he racked up a touchdown and had a couple of first down conversions. While Freeman might be listed as the number one tailback on the Broncos’ depth chart, there is no doubt that the undrafted rookie from the University of Colorado has been the better performer and more versatile weapon to start the season.3. The Broncos’ depth at corner is a significant problem and so are the coverage’s Joe Woods was callingThis was my biggest concern on the defensive side of the ball to begin the season Cheap Courtland Sutton Jersey , and that worry came to fruition today in the win against the Raiders. Traimane Brock and Adam Jones struggled in coverage, both giving up big plays through the air on drives that resulted in points for Oakland. Even Bradley Roby and Chris Harris Jr. had their own issues, and the latter reportedly voiced his frustration with the play calls at the start of the fourth quarter. The most frustrating thing to witness all game long was Joe Woods’ continuously having his corners in off-man coverage. There was a reason why Derek Carr was able to carve up Denver’s secondary with the short passing game. When you have all that room to work with, hitting receivers on three-step drops is just too easy — just like stealing candy from a baby. Hopefully Woods can take a good hard look at the tape and realize his mistakes and correct them for future games down the road.4. Today’s referees clearly don’t understand what a catch isThere were a handful of instances where catches were overturned in today’s game. You’d think with the rule changes, there would be a bit more consistency in that regard — but apparently not. I’m not sure any of the overturns were the correct call and neither were the analysts calling the game (and experts in New York) which is extremely worrisome. Hell, maybe I just don’t know what a catch is! So if anyone can help me out in the comments section, by all means do. Nevertheless, without question, The Word Call of the Game Award goes to the denying of Courtland Sutton’s miraculous touchdown grab near the end of the third quarter. I know that was a catch and I think everyone watching knew it was too. Missed calls like that are most definitely game-changers (and they missed more than just those calls) and it surely had an adverse impact on the Broncos in today’s affair against the Raiders.5. An ugly win is always better than a lossIt wasn’t pretty by any means, but the Broncos showed a lot of heart with their comeback victory today. Without question, it’s a Hell of a lot better to start the season off 2-0 than 1-1. Let’s hope they can correct some of the major issues we witnessed today and head into next week’s game against the Baltimore Ravens at full steam and better prepared so they can start off their 2018 campaign 3-0.So Broncos Country, what were your five big observations from today’s game? Sound off in the comments section and make your voice heard!