The Denver Broncos - Schedule in 2014
With an exciting roster absolutely popping with playmakers, the Broncos are
sure to give you plenty to cheer about this season as they look to get back to the top of the AFC West standings and give
their fans some major thrills in the process. From ankle-breaking jukes and highlight-reel catches to unbelievable throws
that will have you jumping out of your seat, the Peyton Manning-led Denver Broncos will be chasing their Super Bowl aspirations
all season long. As always, the schedule is packed with great games you know you'll want to be a part of, so start making
your plans as soon as you can to join in the hard-hitting excitement. The Broncos will of course play at home this fall against
all of their division rivals, but they will also face 2013 playoff teams in the Indianapolis Colts and San Francisco 49ers
The Broncos had a rough go of it in the Super Bowl, of course, but this is clearly still one of the teams
to beat in the league, with a world-class offense and a defense that definitely knows a thing or two about getting after the
quarterback. All that adds up to another intense season as the Broncos look to get right back to the top of the league and
make another run at a title. From amazing home games to incredible away games that you know you'll want to be a part of, there
is a little bit of something for everybody in 2014.
Everyone knows that this is the team to beat
in the AFC, as Peyton Manning has led this team to two playoff appearances in two years as they look to get back to the top
of the league. With guys 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, giving fans plenty of reasons to ditch the couch
and head out to get right in the heart of the action once again this season. With plenty of explosive playmakers and aspirations
of bringing home the big one, this is a team you definitely don't want to sleep no this season.
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 a 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.
Denver Broncos Trivia
Did you know that John Elway was actually
drafted by the Yankees to play center field?
You might say that John Elway was a bit of an athlete, as in addition to
dominating in college and establishing himself as the premier prospect heading into the NFL, he was also courted by Major
League Baseball teams, who wanted him to play either outfield or even pitch with his stellar arm. Of course, Elway made the
right decision when he ended up going to the NFL, where he would play for the Broncos for 16 seasons that fans are still talking
about around town to this day.
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.
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. As soon as you're there soaking up the vibes of a big game alongside the rest of your fellow
fans, you'll be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.