Where to watch, listen to Falcons at Denver



Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper (89) runs in front of Atlanta Falcons defensive back Brian Poole (34) during the second half of an NFL football game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. The play was called back on a penalty. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper (89) runs in front of Atlanta Falcons defensive back Brian Poole (34) during the second half of an NFL football game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. The play was called back on a penalty. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

DENVER — Here’s where you can find the Atlanta Falcons (3-1)  at the Denver Broncos (4-0) game which is set for 4:05 p.m. Sunday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium.

TV: FOX  — Play-by-Play: Chris Meyers. Color Analyst: John Lynch. Sideline: Pam Oliver.

LOCAL RADIO: 92.9 The Game — Play-by-Play: Wes Durham. Color Analyst: Dave Archer. Sideline: John Michaels. COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF: Ryan Cameron and Mike Conti.

STATEWIDE TV: Macon — 16/24 WGXA. Augusta — Channel 54 WFXG. Albany — Channel 31. Savannah/Hilton Head — Channel 28 WTGS. Columbus — Channel 54 WXTX.

NATIONAL RADIO: Sports USA  — Play-by-Play: Larry Kahn. Color Analyst: Hank Bauer. Sideline: Troy West.

Watch Online:  The exhibition game can be found live on NFL Game Pass. Full replays of every NFL exhibtion game are also available On Demand to the NFL Game Pass subscribers.

NFL OFFICIAL CREW: McAulay Crew — R: Terry McAulay (77). FJ: Rick Patterson (15). U: Undrey Wash (96). SJ: Jonah Monroe (120). HL: Jerry Bergman (91)  BJ: Rich Martinez (39) LJ: Tom Stephan (68). RO: Earnie Frantz.

The AJC’s D. Orlando Ledbetter and Noah Coslov talk about the Falcons two-week trip out west, the impact of losing LB Sean Weatherspoon and how to attack Denver’s vaunted defense on Sunday.

GAME FOUR: Falcons 48, Panthers 33

5 things we learned from the Falcons’ 48-33 win over the Panthers

Tweetcap: Falcons 48, Panthers 33

Old pro Freeney shows new trick with Falcons

Falcons’ rookie Neal holds on vs. Olsen

What Julio Jones had to say after the 48-33 win over the Panthers

What Dan Quinn had to say after the 48-33 win over the Panthers

What Matt Ryan had to say after the 48-33 win over the Panthers

Alford battled; Collins to return

Early view in NFC South isn’t what most expected; Falcons on top

GAME THREE: Falcons 45, Saints 32

5 things we learned from the Falcons’ 45-32 win over the Saints

Falcons, Saints protest with unity circle before game

REPORT CARD: Falcons earned high marks for drubbing Saints

What Dan Quinn had to say after the 45-32 win over the Saints

What Matt Ryan had to say after the 45-32 win over the Saints

What the Falcons had to say after the 45-32 win over the Saints

Keanu Neal makes strong debut for Falcons

Falcons’ Deion Jones runs for glory, not survival, in return home

AJC POWER RANKINGS: Falcons best in NFC South?

GAME TWO: Falcons 35, Raiders 28

5 things we learned from the Falcons’ win over the Raiders

Trufant’s heads-up play saves the day

Tight ends help to power offense

Weatherspoon plays strong in first start since 2013

Matthews, Schraeder held Mack sack-less

JEFF SCHULTZ: Falcons put on offensive show and win

What Matt Ryan had to say after beating the Raiders

What Dan Quinn had to say after the win over the Raiders

GAME ONE: Buccaneers 31, Falcons 24

5 things we learned from the Falcons’ loss to the Bucs

No sacks for new-look Falcons pass rush

Julio Jones not worried about his ankle injury

Falcons have a case of the “no-huddle” blues

REPORT CARD: Falcons can’t ‘gift’ opponents 17 points

FILM REVIEW: Beasley missing in action

AJC’S NFL POWER RANKINGS: Where are the Falcons?

Hageman charged is domestic violence case


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