Broncos Highlights

General Information

City: Denver, CO
Stadium: Empower Field at Mile High, CO
Conference: AFC West


Years: Super Bowls: 1997 (XXXII), 1998 (XXXIII), 2015 (50)

Conference Championships: 1977, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1997, 1998, 2013, 2015

Denver Broncos All-Time Records

All-Time Passing Leaders

  1. John Elway – 51,475
  2. Peyton Manning – 17,112
  3. Craig Morton – 11,895

All-Time Rushing Leaders

  1. Terrell Davis – 7,607
  2. Floyd Little – 6,323
  3. Sammy Winder – 5,427

All-Time Receiving Leaders

  1. Rod Smith – 11,389
  2. Demaryius Thomas – 9,055
  3. Shannon Sharpe – 8,439

All-Time Sacks Leaders

  1. Von Miller – 110.5
  2. Simon Fletcher – 97.5
  3. Karl Mecklenburg – 79.0

Denver Broncos History

The Denver Broncos were established in 1960, as part of the AFL, and transferred over into the NFL after the two football leagues merged. The franchise’s early years did not represent their future success, as it took 13 seasons before the team’s first winning record and three more after that to make the playoffs. However, in the team’s first trip to the playoffs, they ended up losing the Super Bowl. The team reached the Super Bowl seven times after that, winning three. The Broncos share the record for the most Super Bowl losses at five.

Since their difficult start, the Broncos have sustained success, with only one five-year playoff drought in that time (not counting the current era.) The Denver Broncos team stats reflect that, with multiple Hall of Famers scared throughout the team’s history. From 1983 to 1998, John Elway headlined, with many Broncos team stats benefiting from his elite quarterback play.

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