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The Denver Broncos are facing the Jacksonville Jaguars at home in Week 11, and fans are getting excited about the matchup.

The Cowboys are playing at New Orleans and the Jaguars are in Denver.

That means that the NFL has announced two games with the same date in the same week.

The first is the Broncos-Jaguars game at 8:15 p.m.

ET on Sunday, Dec. 7.

It’s the same day the Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers 34-32 at home on Nov. 6.

The second game is the Texans-Colts game at 1:25 a.m., followed by the Giants-Eagles game at 7:05 a. m.

The Dallas-Jacksonville game will be broadcast on CBS, and the Texans’ home opener against the Giants will be on CBS.

The game will air on CBS and NFL Network.

The Texans will play their first regular-season game since the 2014 season.

In terms of broadcast dates, the games will be in the last two weeks of December.

For example, the Texans will be at home against the Jets and the Cowboys at home versus the Rams on Sunday.

The Chargers-Texans game will not be in that same slot, but it will be played in January.

The Giants-Jets game will play in the first two weeks after that, and then it will start playing in January before the Jaguars-Texers game on Dec. 14.

The NFL is making the dates for the games a bit more difficult than usual.

The teams that will be playing at home will be the Broncos and Jaguars, not the Giants and Eagles.

So if you are in Dallas, you will have to check out the game on CBS or NFL Network for a possible date.

The Browns-Raiders game will also not be broadcast, but the game will have a date in December.