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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - Revisiting the 1999 AFC Championship Game

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Good Morning Broncos Country! It's Sunday, the news is slow, so you're going to get something a bit different from horse tracks. The opportunity to watch a vintage game in it's entirety.

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Background

The 1999 AFC Championship game featured the Broncos at home against the New York Jets. It was a miserably windy day at Mile High Stadium in what would become the final game played by John Elway at the historic venue. The visitors were led by Vinny Testaverde and were coached by Bill Parcells. Bill Belichick was the assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator.

On the Broncos side of the ball, everyone knew this would be Elway's last hurrah at home. The temperature was a balmy 40 degrees for a Sunday in January, but the 20-30 mph gusts ensured that temperatures felt rigid to uncovered skin. Take this Sunday to relax and relive a great Broncos memory!

Horse Tracks

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St. Louis task force co-chair says new owner of Rams is possible | ProFootballTalk
Is it possible for Rams owner Stan Kroenke to move to L.A. and his team to stay in St. Louis? Apparently it is. Via Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis stadium task force co-chair Dave Peacock suggested that scenario this week.