Broncos vs Buccaneers 2016: Start time, TV channel, Stream Live

Thomas G

In Weeks 1 and 2, the Denver Broncos sent a loud and clear message to the rest of the AFC with their defensive led victories over Carolina and Indianapolis - “It still doesn’t matter who our QB is.” In week 3, they took it a step further and put the whole league on notice with Trevor Siemian’s stellar 4 touchdown performance - “We now have a QB.” Trevor Siemian does not look like a first year starter in the least bit. He is poised in the pocket and smart with the football. The Broncos aren’t babysitting him with a condensed playbook full of screen passes and 5-yard ins either. They are taking shots down field, which resulted in 2 long scores last week and proved the Broncos’ brass believe in him.

This was the final piece the Broncos needed. The defense is there once again, led by Von Miller and that relentless secondary. The offensive weapons are all healthy and producing for the most part and the team has tremendous depth overall. The Broncos are going to be really tough this year. They are likely licking their chops at the thought of facing turnover prone, Jameis Winston. The second year QB has 8 TDs already on the season, but he has 8 turnovers as well. All the pieces are in place for Jameis, both as an individual and as a team leader. It’s looking like he’s going to throw it well over 650 times this year. This will result in a higher number of turnovers than most young QBs will amass, but he will be better off for it. As long as he takes care of the football when he faces teams like Denver, he will be fine and the Buccaneers will remain competitive.

The Broncos should win this one on the road, but it’s going to stay close throughout the day. Jameis Winston will need to deliver the ball quickly and not take any unnecessary hits. If he is able to stay upright and dictate the pace of the attack, he will definitely find success and put some pressure on Trevor and the Broncos’ offense to score some points. That’s got to be the way to beat a dominant team led by a young QB such as this. Score some points and force him into making some uncharacteristic errors and throws.
[h=4]How to watch Broncos vs. Buccaneers[/h]Time: 4:05 p.m. ET
Location: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla.
Streaming Online: NFL Game Pass, Sunday Ticket, Verizon NFL Mobile