The Broncos in the Playoffs
The Denver Broncos are putting together one heck of a 2013 season and look like a real
contender to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. Quarterback Peyton Manning is having one of his best seasons in his National
Football League career, and that's truly saying something when it comes to this future Hall of Famer. The Broncos offense
has looked like a well-oiled machine this season thanks largely in part to Manning but also due to the excellent receiving
corps at his disposal. With three very good receivers and a breakout tight end, Manning has been slinging the ball all over
the field and has a chance to set some new passing records by the end of the regular season. But at Manning's age, the regular
season accomplishments pale in comparison to what he can get done in the postseason. Manning won one Super Bowl with the Indianapolis
Colts, and he's looking to add another title with the Broncos. John Elway brought in Manning to take this team to a championship,
and it looks like that very well could happen this season.
The Broncos looked primed to make a run at a Super Bowl appearance
last season, but it was snatched away from them by the eventual champion Baltimore Ravens in a thrilling ending that left
Broncos fans shocked. However, the team seems determined not to let that happen again this season, and with some extra firepower
offensively it's a good bet that teams will have a hard time keeping up with Denver on the scoreboard. When the Broncos hit
the field this season, they're sure to be focused and ready to play their hearts out. This is a veteran team that is as explosive
as it gets on the offensive side of the ball. If the defense can play decently, it could be enough to net the Broncos the
Vince Lombardi Trophy this season.
The Denver Broncos are a team in the National Football League
that competes in the AFC West division. Their division rivals are the Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders.
The Broncos are one of the best teams in the NFL this season, and are looking to make a serious run in the postseason. The
Broncos were ousted by the Baltimore Ravens in last year's playoffs in surprising fashion, and the team is not willing to
let that kind of thing happen again this time around. With a dynamic offense that features one of the best quarterbacks to
ever play the game in Peyton Manning, Denver looked poised to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. Fans are sure to flock
to the stadium to see the Broncos in the playoffs, because it doesn't get any better than playoff football.
There is nothing better than seeing a National Football League playoff game live and in person. The NFL
is the top sports league in all the land for a reason, and when it comes to the postseason the level of play is at the apex
of its potential. Fans pack into stadium around the country for some of the biggest matchups of the season, and there's nothing
quite like the atmosphere at a playoff contest. Imagine being there in the stands when it's late in the fourth quarter and
your team is driving down the field on a possession that will make or break their season. The home team needs to hear their
fans behind them; they're all the more likely to elevate their level of play. The playoffs are a whole different experience
from the regular season, which is why so many fans will do whatever it takes to get to one of these games.
Broncos NFL History
The Denver Broncos first got their start in the NFL in 1960, when they began playing in the AFL.
After the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, the Broncos joined the NFL's AFC West division, and have been an on-and-off dominant team
since then. The Broncos have two Super Bowl titles under their belt, in 1997 and again in 1998. The Broncos have not won a
Super Bowl since the days of John Elway when they took those back to back titles in the late '90s. The Broncos have been to
the postseason 19 times over the course of the franchise's history, and been kings of their division on a dozen occasions.
They have been to the Super Bowl six times, but were only able to emerge victorious with the two aforementioned Elway-led
Denver Broncos Trivia
During one four-year span, The Denver Broncos reached three Super Bowls but
managed to come out on the losing end in all of those contests. During what seasons did these Super Bowls occur?
answer is 1986, 1987 and 1989.
Denver Broncos Fans
Broncos fans know a thing or two about the postseason,
and they show up at the stadium ready to cheer their hearts out when the Broncos host a playoff game. There's nothing quite
like the home crowd at a playoff game, and that's something you can check out for yourself by heading to Mile High this year.