NFL: GREEN BAY (5-1) at DENVER (3-3) <h3>Broncos may go head-to-head with World Series-bound Rockies</h3> Green Bay (5-1) at Denver (3-3) Monday 8:05 pm EDT DENVER (Ticker) - Monday could go down as the most memorablenight in Denver sports history. On the same evening the Colorado Rockies could host Game Five ofthe World Series, the Denver Broncos will entertain the GreenBay Packers. In anticipation of the dual events, the NFL has moved up thestart of the Broncos' game 30 minutes. It will start at 6:05 p.mlocal time. "It really doesn't matter to me," Broncos coach Mike Shanahansaid of the time change. "I just think it would be nice ifpeople could watch both games." Major League Baseball has not announced a starting time for apossible Game Five, but the two games could create a logisticalnightmare. Coors Field, the Rockies' home, is just two miles from theBroncos' stadium, Invesco Field. The Broncos are probably the NFL's most unpredictable team. Eventhough they have split their first six games, they have beenoutscored by 58 points. Denver has lost its three games by an average of 21.7 points,while its three wins have come on final-play field goals byJason Elam. Last Sunday, Elam delivered again, booting a 49-yard field goalas time expired to give the Broncos a 31-28 victory over thePittsburgh Steelers. The next two weeks could determine if the Packers truly are oneof the NFC's elite teams. Green Bay, which owns a one-game lead over Detroit in the North,begins a two-game road trip against AFC West opponents. Nextweek, the Packers play at Kansas City. Historically, Denver and Kansas City have been two of thetoughest venues for visiting teams. However, the Broncos areonly 2-2 at home this season. Two weeks ago, Denver was drubbed by the San Diego Chargers,41-3, suffering its worst home defeat since 1966. Monday's gameconcluded a three-game homestand. While Brett Favre has sparked the Packers' resurgence, Green Bayis still searching for an effective running game. The Packersare last in the NFL in rushing, averaging just 65.7 yards pergame on the ground.