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Beginning with the 1978 divisional round, the Denver Broncos and Pittsburgh Steelers have met in the AFC playoffs eight times with decidedly odd results: Denver is 5-3 SU in the series, but only 3-5 ATS…

Denver Broncos Betting News for January 2022

NFL history: Denver Broncos won Super Bowl XXXII on this date in 1998

NFL history: Denver Broncos won Super Bowl XXXII on this date in 1998

Denver Broncos won Super Bowl XXXII on January 25, 1998 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. It was the first championship victory in franchise history. The Broncos were 11-point underdogs against the Green Bay Packers. They were led by running back Terrell Davis, who was named Superbowl MVP. Davis was later enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Jan 25broncoswire.usatoday.com
Week 3 of Broncos' coaching search starts by interviewing Nathaniel Hackett a second time

Week 3 of Broncos' coaching search starts by interviewing Nathaniel Hackett a second time

Hackett was the first candidate to get a second interview and visit the Broncos' facility. Dallas defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is also expected to visit Denver this week. The Bears and Vikings are running parallel interview schedules for their general manager and head coach openings. Las Vegas is still open 15 days after the regular season. New York Giants hired general generalmanager Joe Schoen. They are catching up in the coaching search. It's been 15 weeks since the season ended. Green Bay was eliminated by San Francisco in NFC Divisional playoff round on Saturday night.

Jan 25denverpost.com
Raiders QB Marcus Mariota Pegged as Fit for Broncos

Raiders QB Marcus Mariota Pegged as Fit for Broncos

Raiders QB Derek Carr is most likely to be the starting quarterback when the season starts. Marcus Mariota was signed in 2020 to help push Carr and compete for the job. Pro Football Focus believes that the Denver Broncos as a strong fit for Mariott.   . The team gave Mariot $10 million and incentives on his contract.

Jan 24heavy.com
Denver Broncos move beyond Eric Bieniemy in head coaching search

Denver Broncos move beyond Eric Bieniemy in head coaching search

Denver Broncos have narrowed their list of potential head-coaching candidates to three: Dan Quinn, Kevin O'Connell, and Nathaniel Hackett. Eric Bieniemy has been through this process before. He was the Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator for each of the last four seasons.

Jan 24arrowheadaddict.com
NFL News and Rumors Today: Latest on Jaguars, Broncos, Vikings, and Texans HC search

NFL News and Rumors Today: Latest on Jaguars, Broncos, Vikings, and Texans HC search

It's been two weeks since Black Monday and all the head coach, general manager, and coordinator vacancies are still open in the NFL. Here are the latest news and rumors from around the league.

Jan 24profootballnetwork.com
Denver Broncos: 3 early free agent targets for the 2022 NFL offseason

Denver Broncos: 3 early free agent targets for the 2022 NFL offseason

Denver Broncos finished 7-10 last season and Vic Fangio was fired. The team will have a reported $48 million to spend this offseason. Quarterback is likely to be the first position addressed. Here are three players the team should target in free agency in 2022.

Jan 24clutchpoints.com
Report: Broncos narrowed down head coaching list to “a few” finalists

Report: Broncos narrowed down head coaching list to “a few” finalists

Denver Broncos narrowed their head coaching search to two finalists. Dan Quinn is expected to be one of them. Nathaniel Hackett and Jonathan Gannon are the other two candidates. New York's Mike Klis mentioned that Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore and Patriots inside linebacker coach Jerod Mayo are also in the running. The Broncos are interested in Aaron Rodgers.

Jan 23milehighreport.com
Colorado Native Billionaire Robert F. Smith Emerges as Potential Denver Broncos Bidder

Colorado Native Billionaire Robert F. Smith Emerges as Potential Denver Broncos Bidder

Robert F. Smith is a Colorado native and a millionaire. He is interested in buying the Denver Broncos. The current asking price for the team is $4 billion. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos might also be interested.   . The NFL is embracing the new era of vast gambling revenue streams. It's a bet that the value of teams could be set to skyrocket even further. For the Broncos, the size of the buyer's wallet is the most important factor. They are the first NFL team owned by a black person. John Elway and Peyton Manning are big names.

Jan 23si.com
Paton should tap Eric Bieniemy to lead Broncos

Paton should tap Eric Bieniemy to lead Broncos

The Denver Broncos are looking for a new head football coach. George Paton has asked several teams in the playoffs for permission to speak to assistant coaches. The list of candidates is impressive.

Jan 20villagerpublishing.com

Denver Broncos Game Schedule 2022: (20 games)

Saturday, 14 Aug: Denver Broncos vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Saturday, 21 Aug: Denver Broncos vs Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field

Sunday, 26 Sep: New York Jets vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 17 Oct: Las Vegas Raiders vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Thursday, 21 Oct: Denver Broncos vs Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium

Sunday, 07 Nov: Denver Broncos vs Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium

Sunday, 28 Nov: Los Angeles Chargers vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 09 Jan: Kansas City Chiefs vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Saturday, 28 Aug: Los Angeles Rams vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 19 Sep: Denver Broncos vs Jacksonville Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field

Sunday, 03 Oct: Baltimore Ravens vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 10 Oct: Denver Broncos vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Sunday, 31 Oct: Washington Football Team vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 14 Nov: Philadelphia Eagles vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 05 Dec: Denver Broncos vs Kansas City Chiefs at Geha Field at Arrowhead Stadium

Sunday, 12 Dec: Detroit Lions vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 19 Dec: Cincinnati Bengals vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 26 Dec: Denver Broncos vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 02 Jan: Denver Broncos vs Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 12 Sep: Denver Broncos vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

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The Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos are without a doubt one of the NFL’s greatest-ever franchises, with a history of success envied by most fan bases. The Broncos’ all-time winning percentage of .538 puts them at no. 10 on the all-time list among active franchises in the category. And of the other teams in the top 10, perhaps only New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys can claim records of such consistent competitiveness.

(Incidentally, on that all-time win-loss chart, the Broncs are exactly 7 games up all-time on the rival Oakland/Los Angeles/Las Vegas Raiders.)

The decision of the upstart American Football League to establish a professional football team in Denver in 1960 showed foresight and confidence. The team would be the first in the American Southwest, the first in the entire Mountain Time Zone – and Denver, then ranked 22nd in terms of U.S. cities ranked by population, was still a good three decades-plus away from finally landed its much-coveted MLB team.

Not that the Broncos’ eventual success was always evident: In their 10 years of AFL play, the Broncos never topped a 7-7 record and averaged just under 4 wins per season. The first seven seasons of play post-AFL/NFL merger weren’t so hot, either, with the Broncos peaking in 1976 with a 9-5 record. And suddenly, in ’77, everything changed. New England Patriots offensive coordinator Red Miller took over the coaching duties, and the much-maligned Craig Morton was brought over in a trade. Despite all the hype and attention the offense was getting, it was the Orange Crush defense of Randy Gradishar, Lyle Alzado, Louis Wright and Bernard Jackson that stomped the league and got the Broncos into their first Super Bowl.

Despite the miracle season of ’77, however, the most important moment in Denver Broncos history occurred in the offseason following the ’82 season: The landing of no. 1 overall 1983 NFL Draft pick, a dude named John Elway. All Elway would do was start at QB for the Broncos for the next 16 years, playing in 234 of a total 255 regular season games in that span on the way to becoming Denver and Colorado’s all-time greatest pro athlete. From 1983 to ‘’96, Elway and the Broncos enjoyed eight playoff runs and three Super Bowl appearances – and admittedly became something of the poster boy for the NFC beatdown so typical in those years’ Super Bowls.

And then, Terrell Davis. After positively stealing the Georgia Bulldog in the sixth round, head coach Mike Shanahan inserted the man into the starting lineup and suddenly the Broncos had something they’d never had before: A bona fide rushing attack. In each the first four years of Davis’s career, Denver was top 3 in running yardage and TDs; and in Davis’s third and fourth campaigns, Denver got its long-awaited title(s). Elway was able to retire from the game recognized as a top-five all-timer rather than the butt of jokes.

The 00s weren’t particularly kind to the Broncos, as the team’s only run of note after Super Bowl XXXIII came in 2005, when Jake “The Snake” Plummer led the Broncs past the would-be threepeater Patriots first in the regular season and then in the divisional, only to finally succumb to, fittingly enough, Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts.

After a few not exactly massively lucrative business ventures, Elway returned to the Broncos in 2011 – as general manager/executive VP. After a season of silliness featuring an 8-8 record and a fluky, erratic playoff path with the immortal Tim Tebow at the helm, Elway got down to business. He immediately wooed Manning, then a free-agent after an unceremonious release from the Colts, to quarterback his team. The Manning-led (though the term became decreasingly descriptive through the run) Broncos made the playoffs in all four of Peyton’s seasons with the team, twice appearing in Super Bowls. And Manning’s Broncos ’Bowls were somewhat similar to those of his boss: His first resulted in a 33-8 blowout by the Seattle Seahawks, but his last was a solid victory allowing him to triumphantly retire.

Though the Broncos suffered a grievously bad 2017, hardly resembling the side that had won the big game just two years previous, the last four decades have taught us that Denver football (and Elway, for that matter) never stay irrelevant for long.

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