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Broncos stay at the Seahawks team hotel in Jersey City in their return to MetLife Stadium

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: October 12th, 2014 at 10:38 am EST

For the first time since losing the Super Bowl, the Denver Broncos are returning to MetLife Stadium this afternoon. On that February night, the Broncos were destroyed by the Seattle Seahawks, losing the game 43-8.

When the Broncos returned to the area of this weekend’s game, the team did not stay at the same team hotel that they were in for the Super Bowl. Instead, the team moved to the Seahawks hotel.

Peyton Manning (Getty Images)

Peyton Manning (Getty Images)

For the Super Bowl, the Broncos stayed at The Jersey City Hyatt, while the Seahawks stayed in the Westin in Jersey City, as well.

They are hoping that this change will help them in their game with the Jets. Last week, the Jets were defeated 31-0 to the San Diego Chargers.

The Jets have lost four straight games after winning their first game 19-14 over the Oakland Raiders at MetLife Stadium.

The Broncos are looking for their second straight win. Last week, the team won 41-20 over the Arizona Cardinals.

Denver comes into the game with a 3-1 record. Their only loss came in Seattle when they lost 26-20 in overtime to the Seahawks.

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