Denver Broncos History
The Denver Broncos have an interesting story to tell. It began as a chartered member of the American Football League in 1960 and spent the first 17 years of his existence trying to figure out how to win games. Once they finally did, the Broncos became one of the winningest franchises in the NFL. These are your Broncos History stories as told by Broncos fans.
He may not top Rod Smith, but he tops everyone else you could put up for debate. Demaryius Thomas should end up in Broncos’ Ring of Fame.
In the end, Broncos Country wouldn’t have wanted it any other way.
Peyton Manning’s comeback drama in Week 17 against the Chargers doesn’t happen without the tragedy of Week 10 against the Chiefs.
One of the greatest games in one of the greatest seasons in Denver Broncos history. Week 12 against the hated New England Patriots.
The Denver Broncos were not considered the better team when they hosted the Green Bay Packers in Week 8 of 2015, but they came away from that game still unbeaten.
The last time the Denver Broncos beat the Kansas City Chiefs was also one of the greatest games from Denver’s 2015 season.
You never forget your first.
The Denver Broncos joined a select list of comeback games in team history with their win over the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 8.
The tradition of great running backs in Denver had to start somewhere.
The Denver Broncos pulled together a statement win in Week 12 of the 2015 season with a comeback against the undefeated New England Patriots on national television.
In a game that honored Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, the home team would smother a fellow unbeaten under the national spotlight.
Remember that time the Kansas City Chiefs never trailed at home to the Denver Broncos until the final 35 seconds when they choked up two touchdowns in the span of nine seconds.
C.J. Anderson had his first career 100 yard game in Week 12 of the 2014 season as he spearheaded a comeback for the Denver Broncos at home against the Miami Dolphins.
Peyton Manning is one of the greatest quarterback of all-time and those types of players tend to break records. One of the biggest came in Week 7 of 2014.
The Denver Broncos started our 2014 with a home win over the Indianapolis Colts led by a big performance from Julius Thomas.
The Denver Broncos dominated the New England Patriots in the 2013 AFC Championship Game, but it would be their last win of the season unfortunately.
Peyton Manning seemed to be struggling in Week 16 to find a way to catch Tom Brady’s record, but then he threw three touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to break the record.
We’re getting this series going again with all of the games from 2013-2019. Here is where we left off.
The title for the greatest Denver Broncos team never to win a Super Bowl goes to that 1996 team upset by the upstart Jacksonville Jaguars.
In what must be the highest game that resulted in a win in Denver Broncos history, Peyton Manning led the team on the road against the Dallas Cowboys in a 51-48 thriller.
Peyton Manning threw for an NFL-record seven touchdowns as he and the Denver Broncos exorcised some demons against the visiting Baltimore Ravens on opening day in 2013.
Von Miller put up a monster game harassing Philip Rivers to continue the Denver Broncos winning streak in a 30-23 home win over the San Diego Chargers.
Just a few games into Peyton Manning’s career with the Denver Broncos, he would engineer one of the greatest regular season comebacks in NFL history.
The Peyton Manning era in Denver began with a bang as he dismantled the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1 of the 2012 season.
Tim Tebow capped his brief and unbelievable NFL career with a bang in the 2011 Wild Card round by toppling the 12-4 Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime.
In a painfully difficult game to watch from a Denver Broncos fan perspective, it then turned into an explosively exciting finish and a sixth-straight win.
During the height of Tebow Time came the biggest offensive performance the team had in the regular season. A 35-32 shootout road win over the Minnesota Vikings.