If there was one close game the Denver Broncos lost where you could change the outcome in, which would it be?
For me, there are only two that come to mind. The first came during the 1996 AFC Divisional Round of the playoffs against the Jacksonville Jaguars and the second during the 2012 AFC Divisional Round against the Baltimore Ravens.
2012 Ravens/Broncos Wildcard game. And that just requires changing the outcome of one play. Denver wins the Super Bowl that year for sure. https://t.co/DLKtpvEIVw— Jeffrey Essary (@JeffreyEssary) July 19, 2017
I feel like either game, had the Broncos won, would have resulted in a Super Bowl appearance. If I could only choose one, I would agree with Jeff here and pick the 2012 game as I think that team would have ultimately won the Super Bowl that year, while that 1996 squad may not have been able to top the Green Bay Packers that year.
Which one would you change?
Which close loss would you change the outcome for the Broncos?
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1996 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
2012 vs. Baltimore Ravens
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