Let’s be honest: our team has been a pretty rough watch for the longest stretch of time that most of us have ever witnessed as Broncos fans.
But while I’m poking around to see what news there is to share for today about our team and the rest of the NFL, I came across footballoutsiders.com’s series on anti-dynasties. Our team makes the list at #8 all-time (please understand, this is a bad thing). The first 12 years of our franchise were packed full of some pretty bad football.
For a fan base that just wants to have a winning season again, it helps to look back sometimes and remember that we’re far better off today than in years past. Also, big props to all the original fans that were attending the games back then. The team is blessed to have such an amazing fanbase!
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