The Denver Broncos 2018 NFL schedule was released, and it was no surprise that the team will have a supposed easier schedule after finishing 5-11 in 2017. The Super Bowl losing New England Patriots somehow, yet again, have one of the easiest strength of schedules in the NFL. Tom Brady has been threatening Stormy Daniels, Bill Belichick is dressing up dogs, Rob Gronkowski is considering retirement, and they still get a favorable schedule? The good news is the season opener will be at home in the Mile High City against Russell Wilson and the Seahawks.

In this episode of That’s Good Sports, Brandon Perna predicts every game of the 2018 season for the Broncos with keys to specific matchups, including a new AI predictor machine he has invented. The AFC West is up for grabs with a lot of change. Jon Gruden & Jordy Nelson in Oakland to help Derek Carr, The Chiefs ditch Alex Smith in favor of Patrick Mahomes, Philip Rivers is the same with Joey Bosa & Melvin Ingram, and Aqib Talib and Wade Phillips will return to Denver together in the “Lib Bowl.” The Broncos will also play the New York Jets, Baltimore Ravens, Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals, Houston Texans, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Francisco 49ers, Cincinnati Bengals, and Cleveland Browns.