New York Giants at Denver Broncos: Where to Watch, Listen, and More

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - SEPTEMBER 15: Quarterback Eli Manning (Photo by Ron Antonelli/Getty Images)
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - SEPTEMBER 15: Quarterback Eli Manning (Photo by Ron Antonelli/Getty Images) /

All the information you need to catch the New York Giants Week 6 matchup against the Denver Broncos.

The New York Giants are 0-5 and could have a tough time getting their first victory of the season against the Denver Broncos on Sunday night.

Big Blue will be without receivers Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle), Brandon Marshall (ankle), and Dwayne Harris (foot) as all three are done for the season after getting injured in Week 5. Sterling Shepard (ankle) will also miss this week’s game after he was injured against the Chargers.

Olivier Vernon (ankle), Jonathan Casillas (neck), Romeo Okwara (knee), Paul Perkins (rib), Weston Richburg (concussion), and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (suspension) will all be inactive for the Giants matchup with the Broncos as well.

The Giants offense has struggled all year. They now get to face the vaunted Denver defense without most of their top playmakers.

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Big Blue’s defense hasn’t lived up expectations and will be without Vernon, Casillas, and DRC. Landon Collins is also questionable with an ankle injury.

The odds are stacked against the Gmen, but as Bert Bell said, “on any given Sunday, any team in the NFL can beat any other team.”

For those of you who haven’t given up on Ben McAdoo’s crew yet, here’s where to catch the game:

WHERE TO WATCH: Expected to be a better matchup before the season started, Giants-Broncos will be played on Sunday Night Football on your local NBC affiliate. Al Michaels and Chris Collinsworth will be on the call with Michelle Tafoya working the sidelines.

WHERE TO LISTEN: If you’re on the road tonight, you can listen to WFAN 660 AM or 101.9 FM. Bob Papa and Carl Banks will keep you updated with Howard Cross on the sidelines. For those of you with Sirius radio, tune into channel 81 for the Giants broadcast or channel 83 for the Broncos broadcast.

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WHERE TO STREAM: You can stream the game on the NBC Sports App on any device. Sign in with your cable provider and you’re good to go. Watch the game no matter where you are.

Enjoy the game, New York Giants fans. Let’s hope Big Blue can pick up their first win of the season tonight.