2014 Denver Broncos Schedule
Last year was one of the best seasons in the history of the franchise for the Denver
Broncos, as they made it all the way to the Super Bowl before ultimately losing to a very tough Seattle Seahawks team. With
Peyton Manning lighting up defenses all season long last year, the Broncos have put together one of the most prolific offenses
in the history of the game, making for an exciting style of football that gives them a chance to win against every team that
takes to the field against them. The schedule is bursting with possibilities as the Broncos reload and again take aim at the
top of the AFC West, providing all the incentive you need to keep an eye on the schedule this season.
It all gets started
in a big way for the Broncos at home when they take on the Indianapolis Colts in week one, as the Sept. 7 matchup is sure
to have some serious fanfare as Andrew Luck and Indy come to town. There will also be a huge early-season home matchup against
the Chiefs on Sept. 14, as both teams come off of playoff seasons in 2013 and will be looking to stake their claim as the
top team in the division. Denver will most definitely be looking forward to Oct. 19 when they host the San Francisco 49ers,
as it will be an intense matchup featuring two of the best teams in the entire NFL. Another big matchup will come the Broncos
way on Oct. 23 when the San Diego Chargers take the field at Sports Authority Field, as the Chargers squeezed into the playoffs
last year and are known for having a very talented team surrounding Pro Bowl-caliber quarterback Philip Rivers.
schedule has a lot more to offer than the home games, however, as they also have some unbelievable road games that will offer
the perfect opportunity for a little road trip featuring the Broncos. A Nov. 9 matchup in Oakland is sure to have plenty of
Broncos fans in the stands, as will a Nov. 16 game in St. Louis against the stout St. Louis Rams. Another huge game will be
a late-season matchup with the Chargers in San Diego, which will go down on Dec. 14. No matter what the type of game you're
looking for, the schedule is sure to have something for you this season as the Broncos look to take another shot at winning
Denver Broncos Team Info
The Denver Broncos were so close to reaching their goal of winning the
Super Bowl last season, making it all the way to the big game before falling just shy. Looking to reload and improve, the
Broncos added Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby to the mix to try and shore up a secondary that, at times, struggled last
season. They signed free agent corner Aqib Talib in the offseason as well, providing further depth to crucial positions. The
team may have gotten a steal in the second round when they landed Indiana wide receiver Cody Lattimer at the 55th pick, as
Lattimer could help fill the void that the departure of Eric Decker could leave in this prolific offense.
like Demaryius Thomas and Wes Welker making it hard on the defense and one of the best linebacking crews in the league, this
is a team that can do a little bit of everything, and they still have Peyton Manning looking to pass his way deeper into the
record books. Put it all together and the Broncos are one of the toughest teams in the league and a squad that has high hopes
The NFL only seems to get more and more popular, and that's because there is
always a great collection of strong teams battling it out with everything on the line. If you've never been out to a big NFL
game, you won't know what all the buzz is about. Get out to a highly anticipated game and you'll see some Pro Bowl-level talent
that will have fans jumping out of their seats on a regular basis. Luckily for you, it's never a struggle to find NFL tickets
to all of the biggest and most anticipated games on the schedule each and every season. Once you're there in the stands watching
the action the way it was meant to be seen, it won't be hard to see why the NFL experience is simply where it's at.
Denver Broncos History
The Denver Broncos first got their start in pro football 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. This incredible
feat is one that still remains one of the high points of the Broncos' history, starting in '97, when the dynamic foursome
of John Elway, Shannon Sharpe, Terrell Davis and Gary Zimmerman led the charge for the Broncos as they made championship history
for the first time. These days, the Broncos are in another amazing era of football with Peyton Manning under the helm, giving
you plenty of opportunities to come out and see football played at its highest level.
Denver Broncos Trivia
you know that the Denver Broncos did not actually draft former quarterback and current general manager John Elway?
Baltimore Colts (as they were then) selected Elway with the first pick in the 1983 NFL Draft, which included a standout quarterback
class. Elway did not want to play for the Colts, however, so he was moved to Denver without ever playing a down for Baltimore.
Denver Broncos Fans
Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium is the perfect place to see a great football
game, though that's not something you can just take our word for. Grab your team gear and head out to the stands so you can
join tens of thousands of fans that routinely show up to provide the home-field advantage. If you've never seen a big game
at Sports Authority Field, you have absolutely no idea what you've been missing all this time, as watching from home is like
seeing the Rocky Mountains on a postage stamp. When you're there in the middle of a nail-biter that could go either way, with
thousands of your fellow Broncos fans at your side, it won't be hard to see what all of the buzz is about.