The fans in the mile high city have felt on cloud 9 in recent years. They finally broke through and won the Super Bowl in 2015, after making the playoffs every year since 2011. Overall, they have won 3 Super Bowls, with wins in 1997 (XXXII), 1998 (XXXIII) and 2015 (50). They have also won 14 division championships and 8 conference titles over the years. They have been the home for a lot of great players over the years, including Willie Brown, Tony Dorsett, the great John Elway, and of course Peyton Manning.
Manning walked away on top after his Super Bowl win. This leaves the team’s future uncertain, as they search for a new leader for their offense.
Denver Broncos Next Game
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Denver Broncos Score
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Denver Broncos Standings
Let’s see how the rest of the division is doing compared to the Denver Broncos. Standings are updated after each game. Check back often to keep up on their inter-division rivals.
Denver Broncos Record
Key dates in the team history. February 7, 2016: Their latest Super Bowl win. Of course, if you want to go a bit further back, their previous Super Sundays were on January 31, 1999 and January 25, 1998.
How strong is the team within its division/conference? This team wins. They’re usually among the best in their division, if not the top team. During a brief hangover from the back to back Super Bowl wins in the 90s, they took a few seasons off to rebuild.
What are the team’s main strengths vs weaknesses? The team’s strength is actually it’s defence, and it’s what won them 2015’s Super Bowl, shutting down everyone.
How far does the team usually go in the league? When you win a championship and your best player retires, you’re expected to fall off quite a bit. But the D is so strong in Denver that many experts still have them placing as high as 5th. This won’t be a traditional rebuilding process. They have most of the pieces they need to win a championship, but a big question mark at QB.