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11/06/2014: The Broncos have reached the halfway point in the season, with hopes for the Superbowl still in mind. The team has a well-revered arsenal of players including Peyton Manning, who recently surpassed Brett Favre's record for career TD passes. Other key players include Von Miller, defensive player of the year candidate and Chris Harris Jr., who is a contender for comback player of the year. The team is 6-2 over all and one of the league's leading contenders, but some have questioned their mental stamina. It has been argued that the few losses in their record are a reflection of poor mental strength on the field. Regardless, the team is doing great this year and fans have high hopes for a Superbowl run.


There is no time to waste in getting your Denver Broncos game tickets. It’s not a rumor; every home game has been sold out since 1970! Frontrowtickets.com has Denver Broncos football tickets available now. The Broncos began in 1960 as an original charter member of the AFL. They merged into the NFL in 1970. They are part of the AFC West Division.

The early years were rough for the Broncos. They then became a power house in the league being one of the top teams in the standings for the next 25 years. Their record consists of only 6 losing seasons in the last 35 seasons. Their team stats boast of 12 Division Championships, 6 Conference Championships and 2 Super Bowl Championships. Although the Broncos have made it to the Super Bowl 6 times they have only won the Lombardi Trophy 2 times, back to back in 1997 and 1998.

The Broncos have had many remarkable players on their roster over the years. Frank Little, Gary Zimmerman, Shannon Sharpe, and the legendary John Elway each had player stats remarkable enough to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. John Elway was highly successful and spent his entire professional career with the Broncos. Elway is considered to be one of the best quarterback to ever play in the NFL. The Broncos made news headlines when the drafted quarterback Tim Tebow in the first round in 2010. Tebow’s time was short with the Broncos but he had the attention of football fans across the country.

The Broncos play their home games at the “new” Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium. This stadium was re-built across from the “old” Mile High Stadium. The original Mile High Stadium is now used as the parking lot. The new stadium was completed in 2001 and hold over 76,000 excited fans. Come out and be a part of the “IN-COM-PLETE” chant; get your Denver Bronco tickets right away.

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The Denver Broncos can trace their history back to 1960, when they played in the Western division of the old American Football League (AFL). The team rose to prominence in the ‘70s with the so-called Orange Crush Defense, which played a huge role in driving the Broncos to their first Super Bowl appearance, in 1977. But it was quarterback John Elway who would lead the Broncos to their greatest successes. As the team’s QB from the 1983 through 1998 seasons, Elway steered the team to five AFC Conference championships and two Super Bowl titles (’97 and ’98). Since then, the Broncos have remained a strong team, winning two division championships while experiencing only a few losing seasons. Since 2001, the Broncos’ home games have taken place at the stadium currently known as Sports Authority Field at Mile High, located in Denver, Colorado. Over the years the Broncos have maintained one of the best home field records in the NFL, so it’s no surprise that every home game has sold out since 1970.

 

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