Within a year, there have been significant changes in the NFL broadcast landscape. Fans will have to make one more important adjustment during Week 8 of the 2022 season. (Broncos vs Jaguars)
While ESPN has been the official home of “Monday Night Football” since 2006, ESPN+ will be the exclusive home of Sunday morning football in Week 8 — that is, the 3rd and final game of the London games in NFL, 2022. The Broncos and Jaguars will play at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday, Oct. 30, in a game that will be the first of its kind in terms of coverage.
As ESPN’s relationship with the NFL grows, it is covering more games than ever before and simulcasting certain game coverage on ESPN+, the subscription streaming service that debuted in April 2018. The game between Denver and Jacksonville will be viewable only on ESPN+, a first for the network and a sign of things to come.
Where to watch Broncos vs Jaguars
While watching games on ESPN has been the standard for decades, having games available on ESPN+ is a much newer phenomenon. Before the 2022 season, ESPN claimed that their subscription streaming service would provide more NFL content than ever before, including live games and unique content.
As part of this agreement, ESPN+ will broadcast nine live games during the 2022 NFL season, including Broncos vs. Jaguars in London.
The broadcast, which ESPN describes as “a landmark event for the platform and ESPN’s NFL rights portfolio,” offers a preview of what’s to come as a new media arrangement between Disney/ESPN and the NFL kicks out in 2023.
Broncos vs Jaguars Live Game
In the future, ESPN+ will exclusively broadcast an overseas game as part of ESPN’s 23-game regular-season broadcast schedule.
Except for the early start time, the exclusive streaming broadcast should seem similar to what fans have grown accustomed to seeing on ESPN’s television broadcasts.
Broncos vs Jaguars game timing
The show will begin at 8:30 a.m. ET with a special edition of “Sunday NFL Countdown,” which will stream live on ESPN+ and be simulcast on ESPN. The “Countdown” crew will be in New York, while the game’s broadcast team of Steve Levy, Louis Riddick, Dan Orlovsky, and Laura Rutledge will be in London.
“Progressive Kickoff” will begin at 9:15 a.m. ET and will be broadcast simultaneously on ESPN+ and ESPN. ESPN’s coverage concludes at 9:30 a.m. when ESPN+ begins its exclusive coverage of the Broncos vs. Jaguars.
In addition to the English broadcast, ESPN+ will offer a Spanish-language version with Rebeca Landa on play-by-play, as well as commentator Ciro Procuna and reporter Katina Castorena.
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