Difference between revisions of "Denver Broncos"

From Conservapedia
Jump to: navigation, search
(Centers: Added D-Line)
 
(16 intermediate revisions by 6 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
 +
{{NFLTeam
 +
|name=Denver Broncos
 +
|logo=DenverBroncoslogo.png
 +
|text=rgb(28,38,168)
 +
|background=rgb(232,109,36)
 +
|location=Denver, CO
 +
|year=1960
 +
|colors=Orange and blue
 +
|mascot=Miles
 +
|champs=1997, 1998
 +
|website=www.denverbroncos.com
 +
}}
 +
 
The '''Denver Broncos''' are a [[National Football League]] franchise based in [[Denver]], [[Colorado]], formed in 1960. They are part of the [[American Football Conference]] (AFC) and play in the AFC West Division.  The team had an unsuccessful bid for the [[Super Bowl]] several times (1977, 86, 87, and 88) before finally winning the "Big Game" under [[John Elway]], winning two years in a row in 1997 and 1998, in no small thanks to the running game and Terrell Davis.
 
The '''Denver Broncos''' are a [[National Football League]] franchise based in [[Denver]], [[Colorado]], formed in 1960. They are part of the [[American Football Conference]] (AFC) and play in the AFC West Division.  The team had an unsuccessful bid for the [[Super Bowl]] several times (1977, 86, 87, and 88) before finally winning the "Big Game" under [[John Elway]], winning two years in a row in 1997 and 1998, in no small thanks to the running game and Terrell Davis.
  
 
The teams colors are predominantly Orange and Blue.
 
The teams colors are predominantly Orange and Blue.
  
They have had long running rivalries with the Oakland/LA Raiders, the Cleveland Browns, and the KC Chiefs.
+
They have had long running rivalries with the Oakland/LA Raiders, the Cleveland Browns, and the Kansas City Chiefs.
  
As of 2008, the team is currently coached by Mike Shanahan.
+
Longtime coach [[Mike Shanahan]] was fired after fourteen seasons with the team. His replacement is Josh McDaniels, the former Offensive Coordinator of the [[New England Patriots]]. Josh McDaniels was later replaced with John Fox.
  
 
==Roster==
 
==Roster==
Note: All rosters as of December 5, 2008, and are from the team's SI website.
+
{{DenverBroncos}}
  
===Quarterbacks===
+
Broncos play in Mile High Stadium. Visiting team often needs breathing masks to deal with the low oxygen levels. They used to be part of the American Football
*6 [[Jay Cutler]]
+
League. Hall of Famers include John Elway, and Shannon Sharpe. They have a relatively big media market. Cheerleaders wear long sleeve shirts in every home game of the season. Famous qb [[Tim Tebow]] played for the team before being    released. Now, they have Peyton Manning. Detractors often look to Manning's poor record in the playoffs and call him "Peychoke". Denver Broncos lost 5 Super Bowls, the most of any team. They are also part of the biggest Super Bowl defeat against the victorious 49ers.  
*4 Darrell Hackney
+
 
+
===Running backs===
+
*21 [[Tatum Bell]]
+
*22 Peyton Hillis
+
*46 Spencer Larson
+
*38 Andrew Pinnock
+
*31 P.J. Pope
+
*35 [[Selvin Young]]
+
 
+
===Wide Receivers===
+
*82 Darrell Jackson
+
*16 Chad Jackson
+
*15 [[Brandon Marshall]]
+
*19 [[Eddie Royal]]
+
*14 [[Brandon Stokley]]
+
 
+
===Tight Ends===
+
*89 Daniel Graham
+
*83 Mike Leach
+
*85 Chad Mustard
+
*88 Tony Scheffler
+
 
+
===Offensive Tackles===
+
*78 Ryan Clady
+
*74 Ryan Harris
+
*76 Tyler Polumbus
+
 
+
===Guards===
+
*50 Ben Hamilton
+
*73 Chris Kuper
+
 
+
===Centers===
+
*67 Kory Lichtensteiger
+
*62 Casey Wiegmann
+
 
+
===Defensive Ends===
+
*96 Tim Crowder
+
*92 [[Elvis Dumervil]]
+
*91 [[Ebenezer Ekuban]]
+
*60 John Engelberger
+
*94 [[Jarvis Moss]]
+
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
Line 65: Line 36:
 
*[http://www.denverbroncos.com Official Team Website]
 
*[http://www.denverbroncos.com Official Team Website]
 
*[http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/teams/broncos/index.html SI.com - Team News]
 
*[http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/teams/broncos/index.html SI.com - Team News]
 +
 +
 +
{{NFL Teams}}
 +
  
 
[[Category:National Football League]]
 
[[Category:National Football League]]
 
[[Category:Colorado]]
 
[[Category:Colorado]]

Latest revision as of 17:50, 26 October 2014

Denver Broncos
DenverBroncoslogo.png
Location: Denver, CO
Year Founded: 1960
Colors: Orange and blue
Mascot: Miles
Championships: 1997, 1998
Website: www.denverbroncos.com

The Denver Broncos are a National Football League franchise based in Denver, Colorado, formed in 1960. They are part of the American Football Conference (AFC) and play in the AFC West Division. The team had an unsuccessful bid for the Super Bowl several times (1977, 86, 87, and 88) before finally winning the "Big Game" under John Elway, winning two years in a row in 1997 and 1998, in no small thanks to the running game and Terrell Davis.

The teams colors are predominantly Orange and Blue.

They have had long running rivalries with the Oakland/LA Raiders, the Cleveland Browns, and the Kansas City Chiefs.

Longtime coach Mike Shanahan was fired after fourteen seasons with the team. His replacement is Josh McDaniels, the former Offensive Coordinator of the New England Patriots. Josh McDaniels was later replaced with John Fox.

Roster

Denver Broncos Roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends


Offensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Defensive Linemen

Rookies in italics

Coaches

Abbreviations

  • IR=Injured Reserve
  • PR=Practice Squad
  • DR=Designated Return

Broncos play in Mile High Stadium. Visiting team often needs breathing masks to deal with the low oxygen levels. They used to be part of the American Football League. Hall of Famers include John Elway, and Shannon Sharpe. They have a relatively big media market. Cheerleaders wear long sleeve shirts in every home game of the season. Famous qb Tim Tebow played for the team before being released. Now, they have Peyton Manning. Detractors often look to Manning's poor record in the playoffs and call him "Peychoke". Denver Broncos lost 5 Super Bowls, the most of any team. They are also part of the biggest Super Bowl defeat against the victorious 49ers.

See also


External links


NFL Teams
AFC
NFC