Denver Broncos


Denver Broncos

Denver Broncos

((Equipo de la NFL | name = Denver Broncos | Actual = 2009 Denver Broncos temporada Logo.svg | logo = Denver Broncos suplentes | Casco = Denver Broncos_helmet_rightface.png | Fundación = 1960 | Ciudad = Invesco Field at Mile High
Denver, Colorado | Misc = ', con sede en Englewood, Colorado | Uniforme = Image: AFCW-Uniforme de DEN.PNG - Colores | = azul marino, naranja, blanco ((caja de color | # 002244)) ((caja de color | # fb4f14)) ((caja de color | White)) Apodos | = Orange Crush (1977-1979 defensa) Elway Attack | Entrenador = Josh McDaniels | Propietario = Pat Bowlen | Gerente general = Brian Xanders | Mascota = "Tormenta II" (de caballos en vivo)
" Miles" (traje de traje) | Hist_yr = 1960 | Affiliate_old = American Football League (1960-1969)

  • División del Oeste (1960-1969)

| NFL_start_yr = 1970 | Division_hist =

  • ' American Football Conference (1970-presente) '

No_league_champs | = 2 No_sb_champs | = 2 No_conf_champs | = 6 No_div_champs | = 10 Sb_champs | = 1997 ( XXXII), 1998 ( XXXIII), Conf_champs | =

  • 'AFC:' 1977, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1997, 1998

Div_champs | =

  • 'AFC Oeste:' 1977, 1978, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1996, 1998, 2005

| Playoff_appearances =

  • 'NFL:' 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000 , 2003, 2004, 2005 </ li> </ ul> No_playoff_appearances | = 20 | Stadium_years =

)) El 'Denver Broncos' son un balón de fútbol profesional de de América equipo con sede en Denver, Colorado. Ellos son actualmente un miembro de la American Football Conference (AFC) División Oeste en la Liga Nacional de Fútbol (NFL). Los Broncos comenzaron a jugar en 1960 como miembro fundador de la American Football League y se unió a la NFL como parte de la AFL-NFL de fusión. Ellos juegan en Invesco Field at Mile High. == == Historia de la franquicia ((detalles | Historia de los Denver Broncos)) 1960-1998 === === El 'Denver Broncos' fue fundado el 14 de agosto de 1959, cuando béisbol de ligas menores propietario Bob Howsam fue galardonado con una franquicia de fútbol americano de la Liga Americana Carta. [1] Although they were part of the uniform change in 1997 and most players wanted to wear them, the only player who vetoed wearing them was John Elway, thereby delaying their eventual introduction. An oddity of their pants are that the home white pants have an orange stripe, but the road white pants have a navy blue stripe. In 2002, the Broncos introduced an alternate orange jersey with a navy blue stripe going up the sides. The orange trades places with the navy blue on this alternate jersey, as it becomes the dominant color while the navy blue complements. This jersey was most recently used in an October 4, 2009 game vs. the Dallas Cowboys, and the Broncos plan to wear them for one additional game during the 2009 season: November 9 vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers.[2] Former head coach Mike Shanahan was not a big fan of the alternate orange jerseys.[3] The Broncos previously wore orange jerseys as a throwback uniform in a Thanksgiving Day game at the Dallas Cowboys in 2001. On November 16, 2003, the Broncos wore their white jerseys at home for the first time since 1983, in a game vs. the San Diego Chargers. This was compensation for a uniform mix-up after the teams' first meeting in Week 2 at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium earlier that season, when the Chargers were the team that was supposed to declare their uniform color. The Chargers were planning to wear their white jerseys, but the visiting Broncos came to the stadium in white, and were fined $25,000 by the NFL as a result. When the two teams met at Invesco Field at Mile High later that season (Week 11), the NFL allowed the visiting Chargers to choose their uniform color in advance, and they chose navy blue, forcing the Broncos to wear their white jerseys at home.[4] In 2009, in honor of their 50th anniversary season as one of the eight original AFL teams, the Broncos wore their 1960 throwback uniforms (brown helmets, mustard yellow and brown jerseys) for games vs. the New England Patriots (October 11) and at the San Diego Chargers (October 19).[5] [6]

Contenido

Home field

Invesco Field at Mile High

For most of their history they played in Mile High Stadium, which became one of the shrines of professional football for its record ongoing streak of sellouts. The AFL Broncos played at the University of Denver's Hilltop Stadium from time to time, including the first-ever victory of an AFL team over an NFL team: The Broncos beat the Detroit Lions on Aug. 5, 1967, in a preseason game.

The team has sold out every home game (including post-season games) since the NFL merger in 1970, with the exception of two replacement games during the 1987 strike (but both were sold out before the strike). During home games, the attendance is announced to the crowd, along with the number of no-shows (the fans subsequently boo the no-shows).

The stadium's legendary home-field advantage is regarded as one of the best in the NFL, especially during the post-season. The Broncos have had the best home record in pro football over the past 32 years (1974–2006, 191–65–1). Mile High Stadium was one of the NFL's loudest stadiums, with steel flooring instead of concrete, which may have given the Broncos an advantage over opponents.

Since 2001, they have played at Invesco Field at Mile High, built next to the former site of the since demolished old Mile High Stadium. Sportswriter Woody Paige, along with many of Denver's fans, however, often refuse to call the new stadium by its full name, preferring to use Mile High Stadium because of its storied history and sentimental import. Additionally the Denver Post had an official policy of referring to the stadium as simply "Mile High Stadium" in protest, but dropped this policy in 2004.

The Colorado altitude has also been attributed as part of the team's home success. The stadium displays multiple references to the stadium's location of 5.280 pies (0,99999999792 mi) above sea level, including a prominent mural just outside the visiting team's locker room.

Statistics

Season-by-season records

Artículo principal: Denver Broncos seasons

Head-To-Head Records vs. Opponents

Includes postseason records.[7]

-- Team Won Lost Tied Percentage Last Meeting at Denver Last Meeting vs. Denver Postseason -- Fecha Resultados Fecha Resultados - Align = "center" -- Arizona Cardinals 7 0 1 1.000 12/29/2002 W 37-7 12/07/2006 W 37-20 -- Atlanta Falcons 8 4 0 .667 10/31/2004 L 28-41 11/16/2008 W 24-20 1-0 -- Baltimore Ravens 3 4 0 .429 10/09/2006 W 13-3 11/01/2009 L 7-30 0-1 -- Buffalo Bills 15 18 1 .455 12/21/2008 L 23-30 09/09/2007 W 15-14 0-1 -- Carolina Panthers 2 1 0 .667 10/10/2004 W 20-17 12/14/2008 L 10-30 -- Chicago Bears 6 7 0 .462 11/23/2003 L 10-19 11/25/2007 L 34-37 (OT) -- Cincinnati Bengals 17 8 0 .680 12/24/2006 W 24-23 09/13/2009 W 12-7 -- Cleveland Browns 18 5 0 .783 09/20/2009 W 27-6 11/06/2008 W 34-30 3-0 -- Dallas Cowboys 6 4 0 .600 10/04/2009 W 17-10 11/24/2005 W 24-21 (OT) 0-1 -- Detroit Lions 6 4 0 .600 09/28/2003 W 20-16 11/04/2007 L 7-44 -- Green Bay Packers 5 5 1 .500 10/29/2007 L 13-19 (OT) 12/28/2003 L 3-31 1-0 -- Houston Texans 1 1 0 .500 11/07/2004 W 31-13 12/13/2007 L 13-31 -- Indianapolis Colts 11 6 0 .647 10/29/2006 L 31-34 09/30/2007 L 20-38 0-2 -- Jacksonville Jaguars 3 4 0 .429 10/12/2008 L 17-24 10/02/2005 W 20-7 1-1 -- Kansas City Chiefs 44 53 0 .454 12/07/2008 W 24-17 09/28/2008 L 19-33 1-0 -- Miami Dolphins 3 11 1 .214 11/02/2008 L 17-26 09/11/2005 L 10-34 1-0 -- Minnesota Vikings 5 7 0 .417 12/30/2007 W 22-19 (OT) 10/19/2003 L 20-28 -- New England Patriots 25 16 0 .610 10/11/2009 W 20-17 (OT) 10/20/2008 L 7-41 2-0 -- New Orleans Saints 7 2 0 .778 09/21/2008 W 34-32 11/21/2004 W 34-13 -- New York Giants 4 5 0 .444 09/10/2001 W 31-20 10/23/2005 L 23-24 0-1 -- New York Jets 16 14 1 .533 11/20/2005 W 27-0 11/30/2008 W 34-17 1-0 -- Oakland Raiders 41 55 2 .427 11/23/2008 L 10-31 09/27/2009 W 23-3 1-1 -- Philadelphia Eagles 4 6 0 .400 10/30/2005 W 49-21 11/12/1995 L 13-31 -- Pittsburgh Steelers 13 6 1 .684 10/21/2007 W 31-28 11/05/2006 W 31-20 3-3 -- St. Louis Rams 5 6 0 .455 09/08/2002 W 23-16 09/10/2006 L 10-18 -- San Diego Chargers 54 44 1 .551 09/14/2008 W 39-38 10/19/2009 W 34-23 -- San Francisco 49ers 6 5 0 .545 12/31/2006 L 23-26 (OT) 09/15/2002 W 24-14 0-1 -- Seattle Seahawks 33 18 0 .647 12/03/2006 L 20-23 11/17/2002 W 31-9 0-1 -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5 2 0 .714 10/05/2008 W 16-13 10/03/2004 W 16-13 -- Tennessee Titans 13 20 1 .394 11/19/2007 W 34-20 12/25/2004 W 37-16 2-1 -- Washington Redskins 6 4 0 .600 10/09/2005 W 21-19 09/27/1998 W 38-16 0-1 -- Total 392 345 10 .532 17-15 (.531) -- )

NOTES AND FACTS:

  • The Broncos have never lost to the Cardinals (St. Louis, Phoenix or Arizona).
  • The Broncos have never lost at home to the Carolina Panthers or Houston Texans.
  • The Broncos have never beaten the following teams on the road: Baltimore Ravens, Carolina Panthers, Houston Texans & Miami Dolphins.
  • Largest margin of victory: 09/19/1976, 46-3 vs. N.Y. Jets; Largest margin of defeat: 09/07/1963, 7-59 vs. Kansas City Chiefs.
  • Last shutout win: 11/20/2005, 27-0 vs. New York Jets; Last shutout loss: 11/22/1992, 0-24 at Los Angeles Raiders.
  • The Broncos currently hold the NFL's longest active streak without being shutout in any game - regular season or postseason.
  • The Broncos are the only active NFL team to have never been shutout in a regular season game at home.
  • The Broncos have won the last nine meetings with the Cleveland Browns, dating back to the 1991 season.

Players of note

Current roster

Plantilla:Denver Broncos roster

Pro Football Hall of Famers

  • 7, John Elway, QB, (1983-98) Class of 2004
  • 24, Willie Brown, CB, (1963-66) Class of 1984
  • 33, Tony Dorsett, RB, (1988) Class of 1994
  • 65, Gary Zimmerman, OT, (1993-1997) Class of 2008

Retired numbers

  • John Elway – #7
  • Frank Tripucka – #18
  • Floyd Little – #44

Ring of Fame

The Broncos have a Ring of Fame on the Level 5 facade of INVESCO Field at Mile High, which honors the following:

  • 23 Goose Gonsoulin, S, 1960-66, inducted 1984
  • 44 Floyd Little, RB, 1967-75, inducted 1984
  • 87 Lionel Taylor, WR, 1960-66, inducted 1984
  • 87 Rich Jackson, DE, 1967-72, inducted 1984
  • Gerald Phipps, team owner, 1961-81, inducted 1985
  • 12 Charley Johnson, QB, 1972-75, inducted 1986
  • 18 Frank Tripucka, QB, 1960-63, inducted 1986
  • 70 Paul Smith, DE, 1968-78, inducted 1986
  • 36 Billy Thompson, S, 1969-81, inducted 1987
  • 7 Craig Morton, QB, 1977-82, inducted 1988
  • 15 Jim Turner, K, 1971-79, inducted 1988
  • 25 Haven Moses, WR, 1972-81, inducted 1988
  • 53 Randy Gradishar, LB, 1974-83, inducted 1989
  • 57 Tom Jackson, LB, 1973-86, inducted 1992
  • 20 Louis Wright, S, 1975-86, inducted 1993
  • 7 John Elway, QB, 1983-98, inducted 1999
  • 49 Dennis Smith, S, 1981-94, inducted 2001
  • 77 Karl Mecklenburg, LB, 1983-95, inducted 2001
  • 65 Gary Zimmerman, OT, 1993-97, inducted 2003
  • 27 Steve Atwater, S, 1989-98, inducted 2005
  • 30 Terrell Davis, RB, 1995-2001, inducted 2007
  • 84 Shannon Sharpe, TE, 1990-99, 2002-03, inducted 2009

Colorado Sports Hall of Fame

  • 23 Goose Gonsoulin, S, 1960-66
  • 44 Floyd Little, RB, 1967-75
  • 87 Lionel Taylor, WR, 1960-66
  • 87 Rich Jackson, DE, 1967-72
  • Gerald Phipps, team owner, 1961-81
  • 18 Frank Tripucka, QB, 1960-63
  • 36 Billy Thompson, CB, 1969-81
  • 7 Craig Morton, QB, 1977-82
  • 25 Haven Moses, WR, 1972-81
  • 53 Randy Gradishar, LB, 1976-83
  • 57 Tom Jackson, LB, 1973-86
  • 80 Rick Upchurch, WR, 1975-83
  • 20 Louis Wright, S, 1975-86
  • Red Miller, Head Coach, 1977-80
  • Dan Reeves, Head Coach, 1981-92
  • 7 John Elway, QB, 1983-98
  • 77 Karl Mecklenburg, LB, 1983-94
  • 84 Shannon Sharpe, TE, 1990-99, 2002-03
  • 30 Terrell Davis, RB, 1995-2001

Personal

Head coaches

Artículo principal: List of Denver Broncos head coaches

Current staff

Plantilla:Denver Broncos staff

Radio and television

Plantilla:As of, the Broncos' flagship radio station was KOA, 850AM, a 50,000-watt station owned by Clear Channel Communications. Dave Logan is the play-by-play announcer; he starred for the Colorado Buffaloes before beginning his NFL career, spent mostly with the Cleveland Browns. Various hosts will fill in as the color commentator. Preseason games not selected for airing on national television are shown on KCNC, channel 4, which is a CBS owned-and-operated station, as well as other CBS affiliates around the Rocky Mountain region.

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