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Team: Denver Broncos
League: National Football League
Conference: American Football Conference
Home Games: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado
Head Coach: Vic Fangio
All-Time Great Players: John Elway, Peyton Manning, Terrell Davis, Von Miller, Champ Bailey, Shannon Sharpe, Steve Atwater, Rod Smith
Denver Broncos Playoff TicketsThe Denver Broncos franchise is making another run toward the NFL playoffs, and the team may score a home playoff game by the time the regular season is done. The Broncos team has to fight its way through the tradition-rich and formidable AFC West, though, which features powerhouses such as the Kansas City Chiefs, the Oakland Raiders and the Los Angeles Chargers. Seeing a Broncos playoff game at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver is a unique experience in professional sports; the fans care as much there as anywhere else in the country, and the thin air at Mile High Stadium causes some interesting effects; three of the five longest field goals in the history of the NFL have happened there. Get your tickets to see the Denver Broncos in the NFL playoffs at StubHub today.
Has the Denver Broncos team ever won the Super Bowl?The Broncos team has made it all the way though the NFL playoffs and has won the Super Bowl in 1997, 1998 and 2015. Hall of Famer and Denver legend John Elway was the quarterback for the first two Super Bowl wins. One was over the Green Bay Packers after the 1997 season, and the other was over the Atlanta Falcons after the 1998 season. Elway was 38 years old when the Broncos beat the Falcons in the Super Bowl, making him, at the time, the oldest starting quarterback to win the big game. Five other times, the Denver Broncos playoff performance carried it into the Super Bowl as the AFC champions, but the team lost in the Super Bowl in 1977, 1986, 1987, 1989 and 2013.
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Does the Denver Broncos have any rivals in the NFL?Historically, the biggest rivals for the Denver Broncos has been its in-conference opponents, especially the Kansas City Chiefs and the Oakland Raiders. The Broncos have played the Chiefs 118 times in its history, and the Chiefs hold the advantage 64-54. The team has also played the Raiders 118 times and has a similar losing record, down 52-64 with two ties. In recent years, the Houston Texans has emerged as a rival to the Broncos. The teams have played only seven times with the Broncos holding a 4-3 edge. In 2019, the Broncos will take on the Texans in the regular season on Dec. 8.
What was the Denver Broncos' record during the 2018 football season?The Broncos finished its 2018 NFL campaign with a record of 6-10. The franchise began the season strong with wins versus the Seattle Seahawks and the Oakland Raiders before dropping four in a row. The Broncos beat the Arizona Cardinals 45-10 on Oct. 18, 2018, and then lost to the eventual AFC runners-up Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans. The Broncos missed the playoffs in 2018 after finishing the season with three wins and four losses in the last seven weeks.
What are the biggest games for the Denver Broncos in 2019?Every NFL game is important every season, but the Denver Broncos' playoff hopes are likely to come down to the end of season matchups versus the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on Dec. 15, 2019, and the battle with the Oakland Raiders in Denver on Dec. 29, 2019, the last game of the season. The matchup with the Detroit Lions during Week 16 might also have playoff consequences.
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