Look, the Denver Broncos not the dregs of the NFL. They are not, say, the Raiders, the Jaguars, any of those teams that consistently disappoint.
When the Broncos announced last week that long-time owner Pat Bowlen would step down from his duties as CEO, Mike Shanahan reflected on his time as Broncos head coach with CBS4’s Vic Lombardi.
The Broncos are one win away from their first Super Bowl appearance since they won it in 1998. But the Broncos faced many more challenges to get to the point they are now as opposed to the team 16 years ago.
A year ago, Denver roared into the playoffs riding an 11-game winning streak and promptly lost for the first time in 98 days. So much for momentum. This year, the Broncos are again 13-3 and the AFC’s top seed, two home wins away from the Super Bowl.
Mike Shanahan is the only coach to bring a Super Bowl title to the Mile High City, but the gleam of the two Lombardi Trophies he won faded.
In the pivotal moment of Denver’s latest win, Peyton Manning and Knowshon Moreno were debating how to execute what the Broncos call “First Down, Fall Down”
Montee Ball was star struck. Terrell Davis was awe struck. The Denver Broncos Ring of Famer and current NFL Network analyst visited his old team Friday to interview the rookie running back.
Whether known as Mon-TAY or Mon-TEE, running back Montee Ball made quite a name for himself during his record-setting career at Wisconsin.
First-time candidates John Lynch, Michael Strahan and Jonathan Ogden were among 27 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 2013 class announced Friday.
Elway wasn’t a championship quarterback until Terrell Davis came along. Every great quarterback needs a great running game, and the Broncos are no different this year.