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1966

(10-02-66) Detroit Lions @ Green Bay Packers - Bart Starr tossed two touchdown bombs and an opportunistic defense set the stage for three Don Chandler field goals as the unbeaten Green Bay Packers upended the Detroit Lions 23-14. The victory kept the Packers alone in first place in the Western Conference. Starr tossed 53 yards to Marv Fleming and 78 yards to Carroll Dale as the.Packers raced to a 17-0 lead against the Lions, frustrated all afternoon by fumbles and penalties. The Packers picked off two Milt Plum passes and recovered three Lion fumbles. One of the interceptions and two of the fumbles led to Chandler field goals. Chandler's boots were true from the 14, 22 and 31. He missed one from the 43. The Lions, behind Plum's passing and the inside pounding of Amos Marsh and Tom Nowatzke, pulled to within six points early in the fourth period as Marsh powered over from the eight to cap an 80-yard drive. Nowatzke scored the first Detroit touchdown with a one-yard plunge in the second period. The Packers struck the first time they got the ball as Starr passed to Fleming over the middle at the Detroit 45. Fleming shook a couple of defenders and raced for the touchdown. A fumble by Marsh on the Detroit 39 was recovered by the Packers' Ron Kostelnik. A seven-yard penalty tagged onto a Starr to Jim Taylor pass play pushed the ball to the Detroit 17. Chandler followed three plays with his first kick. - NFL "GOTW" highlights from game - original, 26 minutes (Quality 9) - Added June, 2009

(10-16-66) Denver Broncos @ Miami Dolphins - Miami's first ever win - Original, color, 25 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1973

(10-22-73) Oakland Raiders @ Denver Broncos - MNF - The famous "Orange Monday" City Mayor declared game in Denver! First ever MNF game in the Mile High city, and what a thriller! Still ranked among the all time classic finishes with the Broncos pulling out a thrilling last play 23-23 tie. QB Charley Johnson & RB Floyd Little (22-71-1) star for Denver along with a defense that recorded six sacks on the night, while QB Kenny "The Snake" Stabler (16-24, 2tds, 313yds), RB Marv Hubbard, and WR Fred Biletnikoff (8-116) star for the Raiders. - pregame - commercials - halftime highlights including: Colts/Lions, Falcons/Chargers, Jets/Steelers, Packers/Rams, Eagles/Vikings - Quality 9

 

1974

(09-22-74) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - NFL's first ever regular season overtime game. Both joe gilliam and otis armstrong have huge days. - Rebroadcast GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

(09-22-74) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - NFL's first ever regular season overtime game. Both joe gilliam and otis armstrong have huge days. - Original Radio Broadcast on CD - Added August, 2011

 

1977

(11-27-77) Baltimore Colts @ Denver Broncos - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

(12-18-77) Wk 14 - Denver Broncos @ Dallas Cowboys - Prelude to Super Bowl XII! Dallas shows they are the team of the year with 14-6 win at home - Joined In Progress With 7 Minutes Left In The 1st Quarter

(12-24-77) 1977 AFC Divisional - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - Broncos linebacker Tom Jackson's 2 interceptions and a fumble return set up 17 Denver points as the Broncos defeated the Steelers. Denver scored first after John Schultz's blocked punt set up running back Rob Lytle's 7-yard rushing touchdown. Pittsburgh responded with quarterback Terry Bradshaw's 1-yard rushing touchdown. But in the second quarter, Jackson picked up a fumble by Steelers running back Franco Harris and returned it 35 yards to the Pittsburgh 10-yard line. On play later, running back Otis Armstrong ran the ball into the end zone to give the Broncos a 14-7 lead. Harris later tied the game before halftime with a 1-yard touchdown run. After the teams exchanged touchdowns in the second half, Denver kicker Jim Turner made a 44-yard field goal to give the Broncos a 24-21 lead. Then on the Steelers ensuing possession, Jackson intercepted a pass from Bradshaw to set up another Turner field goal. Jackson later recorded his second interception of the game, leading to wide receiver Jack Dolbin's 34-yard touchdown reception to put the game away. Harris finished the game with 92 rushing yards, 4 receptions for 20 yards, and a touchdown. (8+, JIP, missing 9 minute stretch between 3rd & 4th quarters. - JIP 7-0 in 1st QTR. (Quality 8)

(01-01-78) 1977 AFC Championship - Denver Broncos vs Oakland Raiders - Denver's Orange Crush defense leads the way over Raiders. Bronco WR Haven Moses (5-168-2) has a "divine" day! Great Game! Controversial play on Rob Lytle's goal line fumble which To this day the debate over this play rages, with Raider fans bitterly swearing it cost them a shot at victory, while Bronco fans say at best it was merely equalizing what should have been a sure Denver touchdown scored when the Officials rule WR Jack Dolbin and trapped a pass he took in for a score despite replay's clearing showing he hand cleanly caught the ball. - Upgraded March, 2009

(01-15-78) Super Bowl XII - Dallas Cowboys vs Denver Broncos - @ New Orleans - Craig Morton vs. Roger Staubach - Cowboys humble the Orange Crush defense of the Broncos

 

1978

(10-29-78) Denver Broncos @ Seattle Seahawks - Denver's K Jim Turner missed an 18yd chip shot in OT, but Seattle was called for 12 men on the field! Big Jim didn't miss the second time and the 20-17 win gave the Broncos sole possession of first place in the AFC West! Includes commercials, halftime, and postgame (Quality 9) (3 discs)

(11-05-78) New York Jets @ Denver Broncos - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

(11-19-78) Green Bay Packers @ Denver Broncos - Denver gets big days from RB Rob Lytle (16-110-1) & WR Haven Moses (5-101-1), while the Orange Crush Defense is at it's best in 16-3 victory in battle between two 7-4 teams. The Packer defense would help the Packers keep a 3-0 lead into the 3rd Qtr, but would wear out in the 2nd half as the Broncos would control the ball for 22:51 seconds of it. The Packers would get there only score of the day set up from a 4th down pass from P David Beverly to Aundra Thompson. Includes commercials, halftime, NFL Today post game, and "Yesterday’s Highlights" post game (Quality 8.0)

(12-16-78) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - edited huddles - includes post game show (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2007

(12-30-78) 1978 AFC Divisional - Denver Broncos @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Steelers pay back Broncos for last years upset with 33-10 win. The game was close until Pittsburgh QB Terry Bradshaw (16-29, 2tds, 272yds) hit star WR's John Stallworth (10-156-1) and Lynn Swann with bombs in the end zone in the 4th Quarter. Franco Harris' (24-105-2) hard running helps too! Part of half-time included, commercials mostly edited, except toward the end. Includes NBC post game show. - Part of half-time included, commercials mostly edited, except toward the end. Includes NBC post game show. - enberg/olsen (Quality 8)

 

1979

(09-23-79) Seattle Seahawks vs Denver Broncos - Trailing Seattle 34-10 in the third at home, Denver turned to former starting QB Craig Morton (11-16, 178yds, 3td), who had been benched to begin the season, and all he did was lead an amazing 37-34 comeback victory! Riley Odoms 125 reception yards, Steve Largent 110 reception yards - Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 9)

(10-22-79) Denver Broncos @ Pittsburgh Steelers - MNF - includes halftime (quality 8) - Added January, 2008

(12-17-79) Denver Broncos @ San Diego Chargers - JIP 2 minutes into 2nd Qtr - MNF - added March, 2007

(12-23-79) 1979 AFC Wildcard - Denver Broncos @ Houston Oilers - The "Luv Ya Blue" Houston Oilers, in their only home playoff game of the era (and boy their team songs are sung loud!) outlast the Denver Broncos and their Orange Crush defense 13-7 in very hard hitting game. - added March, 2007

 

1980

(11-02-80) Houston Oilers @ Denver Broncos - (Quality 8) - added August, 2011

(12-14-80) Oakland Raiders vs Denver Broncos - Added July, 2009

 

1982

(09-19-82) WK 2 San Francisco 49ers @ Denver Broncos - (Quality 9) - added August, 2011

 

1983

(09-04-83) Denver Broncos @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Elway's Debut - The most heralded rookie to come into the NFL in years, John Elway, makes his pro debut in this game, though it doesn't go that well for him! Broncos do pull out 14-10 win on the road though. - Broncos force 7 turnovers

(09-11-83) Denver Broncos @ Baltimore Colts - John Elway's second pro game and his début in the city, Baltimore, he scorned! Boo's rained down loudly from the start, and John just doesn't perform (9-21, 0tds, 106yds) to well. Steve DeBerg relieves and saves the day in 17-10 Bronco victory. - added January, 2008

(09-18-83) WK 3 - Philadelphia Eagles @ Denver Broncos - (3 DVDs) (Quality 8.5) - added September, 2011

(09-25-83) Los Angeles Raiders @ Denver Broncos - Added March, 2011

(11-13-83) WK 11 Denver Broncos @ Los Angeles Raiders - (Quality 8.5) - added March, 2011

(12-11-83) Baltimore Colts @ Denver Broncos - John Elway's first ever fourth quarter comeback & first ever 300+ passing game!!! Trailing Baltimore (the team that he forced to trade him) 19-0 with just over nine minutes to play in the game, the rookie QB rallied the troops. He threw two quick TD passes to get the Broncos back in the game, and then connected with RB Gerald Willhite on a fourth-down play for a 26-yard touchdown with 44 seconds left. The 75,000 fans in attendance went bonkers, as a future legend was born. - added January, 2008

(12-24-83) 1983 AFC Wildcard - Denver Broncos @ Seattle Seahawks - Seattle beats Broncos 31-7 behind strong running from rookie Curt Warner (23-99) giving the Seahawks their first ever playoff win, but a young rookie Denver QB named John Elway shines at the end showing what's to come. QB Dave Kreig would complete 12 of 13 passes for 200 yards and 3 touchdowns in the 2nd half

 

1984

(10-15-84) Green Bay Packers @ Denver Broncos - The famous MNF "blizzard bowl" between Denver and Green Bay in narrow Bronco win. Packers QB Lynn Dicky (27-37, 371yds) and WR James Lofton (11-206-1) have big days in the snow storm, but the Pack can't over come fumbling on their first two offensive plays of the game and watching them returned for TD's!!! Green Bay RB Gerry Ellis fumbled on the first play from scrimmage, and Denver defensive back Steve Foley returned it for a touchdown. Then, on the very next play the Packers ran on offense, Jessie Clark fumbled and defensive back Louis Wright returned it for a touchdown. The Packers out-gained the Broncos, 423 yards to 193, but still lost. This was the 200th MNF game played. - Halftime and some ads (Quality 9)

(10-28-84) Denver Broncos @ Los Angeles Raiders - OT - Even though both teams are 7-1 in a battle for 1st Place, this 4th Qtr come from behind 22-19 win in OT is a huge upset as it is lead by backup QB Gary Kubiak subbing for the injured John Elway! - Added December, 2008

(11-18-84) Minnesota Vikings @ Denver Broncos - Added March, 2011

(11-25-84) Seattle Seahawks @ Denver Broncos - added March, 2009

(12-30-84) 1984 AFC Divisional - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - Steelers shocking 24-17 upset of Broncos at Mile High Stadium is keyed by good days from Mark Malone (17-28, 1td, 224yds), Frank Pollard (16-99-2), and Walter Abercrombie (17-75). - Includes Halftime, NBC Post-game show, and Steelers Locker Room post-game show (Quality 8.5)

 

1985

(09-29-85) Miami Dolphins @ Denver Broncos - First Dan Marino vs John Elway clash, and neither disappoint in exciting 30-26 Miami win in Denver - Added March, 2009

(11-11-85) San Francisco 49ers @ Denver Broncos - MNF - snowball game - It was a must-win for Denver, as they needed to keep pace with the Raiders in the race for the AFC Western Division title. The game would become a classic. Late in the 4th QTR, the Broncos trailed 16-14 - a deficit that would have potentially been greater if not for one of the most infamous plays in team history. Earlier in the game, 49ers kicker Ray Wersching had missed a short FG attempt. But it wasn't just any ordinary miss. Just as he was about to strike the ball, a snowball hurled by a fan in the stands landed right next to his plant foot. The white puff of exploding snow distracted Wersching, sending his kick wide of the goalposts. This now-legendary play set the stage for anther Elway late-game rally. The QB coolly directed a nine-play, 63-yard drive that moved the Broncos to the 49ers seven-yard line. With 1:27 left in the game, kicker Rich Karlis trotted onto the field and drilled a 24-yard field goal. The kick gave Denver a memorable 17-16 victory, keeping the team in the thick of the AFC playoff chase. San Francisco does get an excellent performance from RB Roger Craig (22-117). - added January, 2008

(11-17-85) San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos - OT - Denver takes shocking 30-24 win over Chargers when SD's winning FG attempt in OT is blocked, but a Bronco time out wipes that attempt out! After the break the teams line up for another FG attempt to win the game for San Diego, only to see that one blocked too, and this one is returned for the winning Bronco TD! Amazing! - added January, 2008

(11-24-85) Denver Broncos @ Los Angeles Raiders - OT - A thrilling (31-28) overtime game between the Raiders and Broncos! Raider RB Marcus Allen (24-173-1) leads the way in this highly competitive and great game in the rain! - added July, 2009

(12-08-85) Los Angeles Raiders @ Denver Broncos - OT - Yet another overtime classic between these two, and this time on a snowy day in Denver. Raiders win game for 1st place 17-14 when their "D" makes big play! Raider RB Marcus Allen's (25-135-1) helps overcome weak passing game - added July, 2009

(12-20-85) Denver Broncos @ Seattle Seahawks - John Elway's highest ever passing yardage game (432 yards) comes in in thrilling win over Seattle as he leads one of his patented 4th Qtr comebacks! (quality 8.5) - Added September, 2008

 

1986

(09-07-86) Los Angeles Raiders @ Denver Broncos - Broncos 38-36 over Raiders in high scoring, back & forth, barn burner of an exciting game that even has Elway "catching" a TD pass and leads yet another 4th Qtr comeback! Raiders RB Marcus Allen (24-102-1 rushing, 6-102-1 receiving) pulls off rare "double 100 yard day" in this thriller and sets an NFL Record by gaining 100 yards rushing for the 10th consecutive game. (Quality 8.5) - Added December, 2008

(09-28-86) New England Patriots @ Denver Broncos - JIP 1st Qtr right before Broncos score first points of game (Quality 8) - Added March, 2011

(11-23-86) Denver Broncos @ New York Giants - Elway Vs Simms Allegre GW Field Goal in Super Bowl preview - (Quality 9)

(12-13-86) WK 15 - Washington Redskins @ Denver Broncos - Includes Post-game Elway interview (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

(01-04-87) 1986 AFC Divisional - New England Patriots @ Denver Broncos - Broncos upset Patriots 22-17 to show they are for real in a game of big plays. - added December, 2007

(01-11-87) 1986 AFC Championship - Denver Broncos @ Cleveland Browns - In historic game simply called "The Drive" John Elway leads Broncos over Browns in OT. Great Game! (Quality 9) - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list.

(01-25-87) Super Bowl XXI - New York Giants vs Denver Broncos - @ Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA - Phil Simms vs. John Elway - Giants second half out burst too much for Elway lead Broncos. Simms is named MVP.

 

1987

(09-20-87) Denver Broncos @ Green Bay Packers - Rookie Don Majkowski made his first start at quarterback. Both Al Del Greco and Rich Karlis missed field goals late in the game. - added January 2008

(11-16-87) Chicago Bears @ Denver Broncos - MNF - One of MNF's all time best games! Broncos take 31-29 upset win over Bears in a back & forth game full of excitement, including John Elway (21-40, 3tds, 341yds and 5-35 rushing) at his finest! - added January, 2008

(11-22-87) Denver Broncos @ Los Angeles Raiders - Bo Jackson (13-98-2) first pro TD run is amazing - Pstgme hghlghts from local news. Pstgme of SD "The Denver Huddle" , Dan Reeves show "Pats" - added January, 2008

(12-27-87) San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos - Blizzard - added February, 2008

(01-10-88) 1987 AFC Divisional - Houston Oilers @ Denver Broncos - Broncos manhandle Moon lead Oilers by jumping out to early lead off of bizarre Houston miscue's and cruise to 34-10 win. - added January, 2008

(01-17-88) 1987 AFC Championship - Cleveland Browns @ Denver Broncos - In historic game called "The Fumble" the Broncos survive furious Browns comeback when Ernest Byner fumbles the ball at the goal line. Great Game! (Quality 8.5) - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list.

(01-31-88) Super Bowl XXII - Washington Redskins vs Denver Broncos - @ San Diego - Redskins blow out Broncos after falling behind 14-0, with an unbelievable 35 point 2nd Qtr.

 

1988

(09-25-88) Los Angles Raiders @ Denver Broncos - MNF - OT - Denver jumps out to 24-0 lead before Coach Mike Shanahan’s (that’s right, THAT Coach Shanahan!) LA squad rallies back to tie game before winning it in OT!

(10-09-88) Denver Broncos @ San Francisco 49ers - OT - Elway vs Montana - Added March, 2009

(12-11-88) Denver Broncos @ Seattle Seahawks - Includes Halftime (Quality 9) - added August, 2011

 

1989

(09-18-89) Denver Broncos @ Buffalo Bills - (Quality 8.5) - added June, 2009

(10-01-89) Denver Broncos @ Cleveland Browns - 3 DVDs - Added May, 2009

(10-22-89) WK 7 Denver Broncos @ Seattle Seahawks - John Elway (18-35, 2tds, 344yds) leads big 4th Qtr comeback for 24-21 win in OT over stunned Seattle. Trailing 21-14 with just over two minutes remaining in the game, the Broncos offense trotted onto the field at their own 46-yard line. A few seconds later, they were lining up to kick the tying extra point. In what would stand as the quickest game-saving drive of his career, Elway hit Vance Johnson on a 54-yard bomb that evened the game at 21-21 with 2:19 left to play. The strike set the stage for the Broncos victory in overtime, which came on a 27-yard David Treadwell field goal. - Includes Halftime and commercials (Quality 8.5) - Added March 2011

(12-03-89) Denver Broncos @ Los Angeles Raiders - (Quality 8) - added July, 2009

(01-07-90) 1989 AFC Divisional - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - Broncos outlast tough Steelers in surprisingly close 24-23 nail biting hard nosed contest. Merril Hoge (16-120) has big day for losing Pittsburgh. Great Game! - added December, 2007

(01-14-90) 1989 AFC Championship - Cleveland Browns @ Denver Broncos - No historic monikers attached to this game as John Elway (20-35, 3tds, 385yds) is at his best in leading Broncos 37-21 over Browns - added December, 2007

(01-28-90) Super Bowl XXIV - San Francisco 49ers vs Denver Broncos - @ New Orleans - Montana & 49ers at their best in destruction of Broncos - pregame, commercials, halftime, postgame ; Announcers: Pat Summerall and John Madden ; National Anthem: Aaron Neville ; Coin Toss: Willie Wood - upgraded August, 2008

 

1990

(09-17-90) Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos - A MNF thriller as the Broncos, behind an unbelievably daring 4th & 10 John Elway bomb to WR Vance Johnson (6-150) with just a minutes left in the game, pull out a 24-23 win over KC on last play FG. This is also the game where Bronco Safety Steve Atwater delivered what was voted as one of the NFL's all time greatest hits that is seen in all the highlight films these days when he absolutely DECKS Chief RB "The Nigerian Nightmare" Christian Okoye on a third quarter run. KC loses despite QB Steve DeBerg (26-45, 2tds, 395yds) and WR Stephon Paige (10-206) having big nights, as does Denver RB Bobby Humphrey (19-132). - added January, 2008

(09-23-90) Seattle Seahawks @ Denver Broncos - OT - The Seahawks K Norm Johnson incredibly misses two late chip shots that would have won the game! Denver's John Elway (30-40-297-3) and Bobby Humphrey (25-129) have big days, while Derrick Fenner (22-144) shines for Seattle - added December, 2008

(09-30-90) Denver Broncos @ Buffalo Bills - John Elway tries, but fails to pull another comeback. - added May, 2009

(10-08-90) Cleveland Browns @ Denver Broncos - MNF - After the Broncos beat the Browns for the 3rd time in 4 years in the AFC Championship Game, this was Cleveland's first chance to exact revenge on the pesky Denver squad. This Monday nighter was back and forth all the way until the final gun sounded, and Jerry Kauric became a Cleveland hero (although only for just one week). - added January, 2008

(12-02-90) LA Raiders @ Denver Broncos - added January, 2008

(12-30-90) Green Bay Packers @ Denver Broncos - Sammy Winder rushed for 80 yards in his swan song, John Elway threw a touchdown pass and Bobby Humphrey ran for a score as the host Denver Broncos beat the Green Bay Packers, 22-13. Elway threw a quick slant pass to Mark Jackson late in the third period for a 15-yard TD. It was only the third time the two teams had met in regular season play since Elway became the Denver starter. It was his first TD pass ever against the Packers. Denver finished at 5-11 and Green Bay at 6-10. David Treadwell kicked field goals of 22 and 31 yards in the first half to match the scoring of Green Bay's Chris Jacke who had first-half field goals of 37 and 24 yards. Denver's other touchdown was scored on a 5-yard run by Humphrey to break a 6-6 tie early in the third quarter. Winder, who earlier announced he would retire, was a sentimental starter ahead of Humphrey. The nine-year veteran, second on the Broncos' all-time rushing list, finished with 80 yards on 15 carries and brought the Denver crowd to its feet with a 19-yard run midway through the fourth quarter when the game appeared safe for the Broncos.. Anthony Dilweg was sacked late in the game, which turned out to be his last appearance in the NFL. - Denver local news post game interviews (Quality 8.0)

 

1991

(01-04-92) 1991 AFC Divisional - Houston Oilers @ Denver Broncos - Historic game called "The Drive II". John Elway leads thrilling last minute drive converting two 4th down plays for Broncos 24-23 comeback win over Oilers. Great Game!

(01-12-92) 1991 AFC Championship - Denver Broncos @ Buffalo Bills - Bills overcome stubborn Broncos in tight defensive battle won 10-7 by Buffalo after holding off late Bronco rally lead by backup QB Gary Kubiak (11-12, 136yds) subbing for the injured John Elway.

 

1992

(10-04-92) Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos - One of John Elway's (23-38, 2tds, 311yds) greatest comebacks. Down 19-6 with just 2 minutes left he somehow throws 2 TD passes to win it! - added September, 2008

(12-06-92) Dallas Cowboys @ Denver Broncos - Elway vs Aikman - Added March, 2009

 

1993

(10-10-93) Denver Broncos @ Green Bay Packers - TNT SNF - Favre vs Elway for first time - Favre’s 24th B-day - The Green Bay Packers built a seemingly safe 30-7 halftime lead before John Elway led the visiting Denver Broncos on another comeback. Reggie White made sure this one fell short. White broke through for back-to-back sacks of Elway in the final 1:50 to stop a Denver drive and the Packers held on for a 30-27 Sunday night victory. Le Lo Lang's interception, the Broncos' third of the second half, at the Green Bay 43 gave Denver one last chance with 2:05 to play, but White brought down Elway for losses of 8 and 14 yards, the final sack with 1:27 to go. Green Bay broke a three-game losing streak. Elway set career highs in pass completions with 33 and pass attempts with 59 and he finished with 367 yards. Vance Johnson caught a career-high 10 passes for 148 yards against the porous Packers defense. The Packers, behind Brett Favre's passing to Sterling Sharpe and Jackie Harris, scored on all six of their first-half possessions - three touchdowns and three field goals - for a 30-7 lead. But the Broncos stopped the Packers time after time in the second half, and the Packers couldn't contain Elway until the end. Mike Croel picked off a screen pass and returned it 22 yards for a score in the third quarter, pulling the Broncos within 30-14. Elway hit four different receivers in a 68-yard drive capped by Rod Bernstein's 2-yard run and it suddenly was 30-21. Elway later launched a 49-yard pass to Johnson to the Green Bay 16. A penalty knocked Denver back, but Jason Elam hit a 47-yard field goal with 14:13 to play. - (Quality 9)

(11-28-93) Denver Broncos @ Seattle Seahawks - Game where John Elway amazes all with an unreal pass rush ducking, flat footed, amazing 60 yard TD throw! - added December, 2008

(12-12-93) Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos - Denver wins exciting one over Marty's Chiefs 27-21 as John Elway out duels Joe Montana in a great game described as "The Game of the Year' by ESPN's Chris Berman! - Added March, 2011

(01-02-94) WK 18 Denver Broncos @ LA Raiders - The Raiders had to win to make the Playoffs, so they pull off a thrilling 33-30 win in overtime over the arch rival Broncos. The Raiders victory actually forces a re-match between these two the very next week! On this day, Denver's John Elway (25-36, 3tds, 361yds) is HUGE, but Raider WR Tim Brown (11-173-2) could not be stopped! Great Game! - Joined in progress 13:30 left in 1st Qtr, no scoring missing, includes some commercials (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(01-09-94) 1993 AFC Wildcard - Denver Broncos @ Los Angeles Raiders - After a 21-21 tie at halftime, Raiders running back Napoleon McCallum scored three rushing touchdowns in the second half to lead his team to the victory. In the first half, both Raiders quarterback Jeff Hostetler and quarterback John Elway each threw 3 touchdowns. However, in the third quarter, a short punt enabled Los Angeles to take over the ball at the Denver 35-yard line, and to set up McCallum's 26-yard touchdown. Another short punt by the Broncos allowed the Raiders to take over at the Denver 48-yard line, and Hostetler's 33-yard pass to tight end Ethan Horton enabled McCallum to record a 2-yard touchdown. After Broncos kicker Jason Elam made a 23-yard field goal to cut the lead, 35-24, in the fourth quarter, the Raiders marched 76 yards to score on McCallum's 1-yard touchdown to clinch the victory. Hostetler had one of the best performances of his career, completing 13 of 19 passes for 294 yards and 3 touchdowns. Elway completed 29 of 47 passes for 302 yards and 3 touchdowns, with 1 interception, while also rushing for 23 yards. Broncos tight end Shannon Sharpe tied a playoff record with 13 receptions for 156 yards and a touchdown. - Added October, 2008

 

1994

(09-04-94) San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos - TNT broadcast - Chargers mount big comeback and insane finish - (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(10-17-94) Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos - MNF - ELWAY MONTANA CLASSIC - MNF One for the ages, and voted as such by us fans, as both John Elway & Joe Montana do there comeback things with each leading in thrilling last minute drives in 31-28 last second comeback KC win. Great Game!

 

1995

(09-10-95) Denver Broncos @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2011

(09-17-95) Washington Redskins @ Denver Broncos - Classic John Elway comeback in 38-31 Bronco win over Redskins. Elway throws 50 yard bomb into end zone to win game on it's last play, and it's WR Rod Smith's first NFL reception! - added August, 2008

(12-10-95) WK 15 Seattle Seahawks @ Denver Broncos - Denver's Glyn Milburn (18-131rush, 5-45rec, 5-133kr, 5-95pr) sets an NFL Record of 404 All Purpose Yards in the game, but Seattle uses two TD's in the final five minutes of the game to pull out 31-27 win. - Includes Halftime (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

 

1996

(10-20-96) Baltimore Ravens @ Denver Broncos - An offensive shoot out sees Denver beat Baltimore 45-34 behind their big three of John Elway (25-39, 326yds, 3tds), Terrell Davis (28-194-2), and Shannon Sharpe (9-161). (Quality 8.5) - Added December, 2008

(11-04-96) WK 10 Denver Broncos @ Oakland Raiders - Awesome 22-21 MNF game as Broncos nip Raiders despite WR Tim Brown's (8-126-1) big night. Great Game! - Includes commercials (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(11-10-96) Chicago Bears @ Denver Broncos - Close game is won by Broncos 17-12 over Bears when Denver Defense mounts incredible goal line stand after Chicago has 1st & Goal from the 1 in final minute! (Quality 8.5) - Added December, 2008

(12-08-96) Denver Broncos @ Green Bay Packers - The Super Bowl match up everyone thought would happen becomes a huge blowout as Packers whip the Broncos at home. Includes half (Quality 9)

(01-04-97) 1996 AFC Divisional - Jacksonville Jaguars @ Denver Broncos - Jaguars absolutely shocking 30-27 upset of Broncos in Denver in what was termed as the biggest playoff upset since SB III. Great Game! Includes commercials (Quality 9) - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list.

 

1997

(10-19-97) Denver Broncos @ Oakland Raiders - Napoleon Kaufman's (28-227-1) HUGE day leads Raiders to 28-25 upset win vs Broncos despite Elway's 300+ yards. (Quality 8.5) - Added December, 2008

(11-16-97) Denver Broncos @ Kansas City Chiefs - Broncos hearts are broken as Chiefs kicker Pete Stoyanovich's last play 54 yard field goal "barely" makes it over crossbar for crucial 24-22 KC win over Denver. It was the second longest game winning kick in NFL history (Quality 8.5) - Added December, 2008

(12-27-97) 1997 AFC Wildcard - Jacksonville Jaguars @ Denver Broncos - "Revenge Tour Game #1" The Denver Broncos advanced to the AFC Divisional Playoff Round by literally running the Jacksonville Jaguars out of town as they piled up a club postseason-record 310 rushing yards en route to a 42-17 victory in front of 74,481 fans at Mile High Stadium. Denver set numerous team postseason records during the contest, including new standards for rushing attempts (49), total yards (511), points in a quarter (21; 4th qtr.), total points (42), first downs (28), rushing first downs (18) and third-down efficiency (75%), while the 237 yards allowed by the defense was the second-lowest total in Denver’s 21-game playoff history. The Broncos scored touchdowns on each of their first three possessions, racking up a 21-0 lead on 32 offensive plays, during which time the Jaguars ran only six. Terrell Davis capped Denver’s opening drive with a 2-yard touchdown run, and Rod Smith punctuated the next when he reeled in a 43-yard touchdown pass from John Elway. The lead was increased to 21-0 when Davis—who set franchise postseason records for rushing attempts (31), rushing yards (184) and longest run from scrimmage (59) before leaving in the third quarter with bruised ribs— tied the franchise records for rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns in a postseason game with his second of the day, this one from five yards out. The Jaguars answered by scoring the game’s next 17 points to make it a game, but the Broncos dominated from there as Derek Loville took over for the injured Davis and slashed his way to 103 yards (second-most by a Bronco in the postseason) on 11 attempts and scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns on runs of 25 and eight yards to tie the club touchdown record already achieved in the game by Davis. With Davis’ 184 rushing yards and Loville’s 103, Denver became just the third team in NFL postseason history to boast two 100-yard rushers in the same game. Additionally, Denver’s 40 minutes and 59 seconds of possession time and their 310 rushing yards both were the fifth-highest totals recorded in an NFL playoff game. - Added October, 2008

(01-04-98) 1997 AFC Divisional - Denver Broncos @ Kansas City Chiefs - "Revenge Game #2" The Denver Broncos posted their first road playoff win in 11 years—and only the second in franchise history—with a 14-10 victory over Kansas City in front of 76,965 fans at Arrowhead Stadium. Denver advanced to its first AFC Championship Game since 1991 on the strength of two Terrell Davis touchdowns— tying the franchise postseason record for the second week in a row—and a defensive effort that limited the Chiefs to just 10 points, tying for the fewest in club playoff history. Elway, with 170 passing yards on the day, moved into second place in NFL postseason history in that category, supplanting both Terry Bradshaw (3,833) and Jim Kelly (3,863) to finish the day at 3,940 career passing yards in the playoffs. - Added October, 2008

(01-11-98) 1997 AFC Championship - Denver Broncos @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Revenge Tour Game #3" The Denver Broncos advanced to their fifth Super Bowl—and their first since 1989—with a 24-21 victory at Pittsburgh in the AFC Championship Game in front of 61,382 fans at Three Rivers Stadium. The Broncos became just the fifth Wild Card team to advance to the Super Bowl since the Wild Card format was established in 1970. Denver quarterback John Elway was intercepted by Levon Kirkland on the game’s second play, but the Steelers failed to capitalize when Norm Johnson’s 38-yard field goal attempt sailed wide to the left. Denver then got on the board when Davis—who would rush for 139 yards and become the club’s all-time postseason rushing leader—capped a six-play, 72-yard drive with an 8-yard scoring run on its second possession. Elway tied Roger Staubach for fourth place on the NFL’s alltime list for postseason touchdown passes (24) with his two on the day, and the Broncos’ three interceptions tied the franchise postseason record for most in a game. - (Quality 8.5)

(01-25-98) Super Bowl XXXII - Denver Broncos vs Green Bay Packers - Broncos upset the heavily favored Packers in what is considered one of the greatest Super Bowls ever. - Terrell Davis rushed for 157 yards and a Super Bowl-record three touchdowns to lead the Broncos to their first NFL championship and break the NFC's streak of Super Bowl victories at 13. The defending Super Bowl champion Packers took the opening kickoff and marched 76 yards in just over four minutes, scoring the first points on Brett Favre's 22-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Freeman. The Broncos responded with a 10-play, 58-yard drive capped by Davis's 1-yard run to tie the game. Tyrone Braxton intercepted Favre two plays later, and John Elway scored on a third-and-goal play to begin the second quarter. Steve Atwater forced Favre to fumble three plays later, and Neil Smith recovered at the Packers' 33. Jason Elam converted a 51-yard field goal, the second longest in Super Bowl history, to give the Broncos a 17-7 lead with 12:21 left in the half. After an exchange of punts, the Packers produced a 17-play, 95-yard drive that consumed 7:26 and finished with Favre's 6-yard touchdown pass to Mark Chmura on third-and-5 with 12 seconds left in the half. Tyrone Williams forced and recovered Davis's fumble at the Broncos' 26 on the first play from scrimmage in the second half. However, the Broncos' defense kept the Packers out of the end zone as Ryan Longwell's 27-yard field goal tied the game with 11:59 left in the third quarter. After another exchange of punts, Elway's 36-yard pass to Ed McCaffrey keyed a 13-play, 92-yard drive capped by Davis's 1-yard touchdown run with 34 seconds left in the third quarter. Tim McKyer recovered Freeman's fumble at the Packers' 22 on the ensuing kickoff return, giving the Broncos a golden opportunity, but Eugene Robinson intercepted Elway's pass in the end zone on the next play. Sparked by Robinson's play, the Packers took just four plays, three on passes to Freeman, to score the tying touchdown with 13:32 remaining. Each defense stiffened, forcing two punts, but the Broncos got great field position following Craig Hentrich's 39-yard punt to the Packers' 49 with 3:27 left and the score tied 24-24. Davis rushed for two yards on the first play, but Darrius Holland's 15-yard facemask penalty moved the ball to the Packers' 32. Elway threw a 23-yard pass to Howard Griffith two plays later, and after a holding penalty, Davis rushed 17 yards to the Packers' 1 with 1:47 left. After a timeout, Davis waltzed into the end zone to give Denver a 31-24 lead with 1:45 remaining. Freeman returned the kickoff 22 yards to the Packers' 30, and Favre completed 22- and 13-yard screen passes to Dorsey Levens to reach the Broncos' 35 with 1:04 left. But after a 4-yard pass to Levens and incompletions to Freeman and Brooks, John Mobley knocked away Favre's pass to Chmura with 32 seconds left to give the Broncos the Vince Lombardi Trophy. Elway was 12 of 22 for 123 yards, with an interception. Favre was 25 of 42 for 256 yards and a touchdown, with one interception. Freeman had nine receptions for 126 yards. Davis was named the game's most valuable player. - (3 discs) (Quality 9)

 

 

1998

(08-24-98) Denver Broncos vs Green Bay Packers - Preseason Rematch of Super Bowl 32 (Quality 9.5)

(10-25-98) Jacksonville Jaguars @ Denver Broncos - Kicker Jason Elam's record 63 yard FG highlights Broncos 37-24 win over good Jaguar team. - Added August, 2008

(11-01-98) Denver Broncos @ Cincinnati Bengals - Broncos have to use patented John Elway last minute comeback to win 33-26 over a stubborn Bengals team to stay unbeaten. Terrell Davis (27-149-2) continues his march to 2000 with solid day. Great Game! (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(12-06-98) Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos - John Elway (22-32, 2tds, 400yds) leads thrilling 4th quarter comeback for 35-31 victory over Chiefs to go 13-0. Denver WR's Rod Smith (8-165) and Ed McCaffrey (6-103-1) have big days. Great Game! - Includes Halftime, commercials and local news post game. Missing opening kickoff. (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(12-13-98) Denver Broncos @ New York Giants - Broncos undefeated season goes down the drain when Hail Mary falls incomplete for 20-16 Giants win. Denver's Terrell Davis (28-147-1) has big day, but so does New York RB Gary Brown (18-112) and QB Kent Graham (21-33, 2tds, 265yds) to help key MAJOR upset. (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(12-21-98) Denver Broncos @ Miami Dolphins - MNF - Elway vs Marino - Dolphins are just too fired up for Broncos on MNF as they soundly beat defending champs 31-21 behind Dan Marino's (23-38, 4tds, 355yds) big night.

(12-27-98) Seattle Seahawks @ Denver Broncos - In John Elway's final regular season game, he shines (26-36, 4tds, 338yds) while throwing his 300th career TD pass, as does Terrell Davis (29-178) as he goes past the 2000 yard rushing mark for the year in 28-21 win over Seattle. (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(01-09-99) 1998 AFC Divisional - Miami Dolphins @ Denver Broncos - Broncos show Dolphins the real wins count in playoffs with easy 38-3 victory avenging upset loss in Miami two weeks earlier. Terrell Davis (21-199-2) is unstoppable. - (Quality 8.5)

(01-17-99) 1998 AFC Championship - New York Jets @ Denver Broncos - John Elway's last game at Mile High Stadium sees the Broncos use a big 3rd Quarter full of big & crazy plays to overcome slow start and down the Jets 23-10. Terrell Davis (32-167-1) has big day.

1(01-31-99) Super Bowl XXXIII - Atlanta Falcons vs Denver Broncos - @ Miami, FL - includes Pre-game intros, Commercials, halftime, and post-game (Quality 9) (3 discs)

 

1999

(08-23-99) Denver Broncos vs Green Bay Packers - Preseason - MNF - Hasselback has great game - Includes commercials and halftime (Quality B)

(10-17-99) Green Bay Packers @ Denver Broncos - Brian Griese threw two touchdown passes to Ed McCaffrey and ran for a third as the Broncos finished with a huge edge in total offense (514-133) and time of possession (45:14-14:46). Olandis Gary, elevated to a starting role because of injuries to Terrell Davis and Derek Loville, carried 37 times for 124 yards and a score, and the Broncos intercepted Brett Favre three times. Favre, who three times this season rallied his team to a comeback victory in the final two minutes despite a sore thumb on his throwing hand, was only 7-for-23 for 120 yards in, statistically, his worst performance as a pro. "I didn't expect to play like this," said Favre, the three-time league MVP. "I didn't expect to lose like this. Games like this happen It was ugly. This is a character check. My thumb has been bothering me all year, but it is not an excuse. I don't want it to be." - (Quality 8.5)

(12-19-99) WK 15 Seattle Seahawks @ Denver Broncos - Seattle's pulls off miracle comeback in Denver to send game into OT, but Denver wins 36-30 on it's own miracle! Bronco Olandis Gary (22-183) has monster day. - Added May, 2011

 

2000

(08-13-00) Green Bay Packers @ Denver Broncos - Preseason - Added April, 2008

(09-04-00) Denver Broncos @ St. Louis Rams - MNF - What an offensive show put on for MNF football viewers between the winner's of the last three Super Bowl! Back & forth fast paced action ends with 41-36 St. Louis thrilling win. Ram QB Kurt Warner (25-35, 3tds, 441yds) out duels Denver QB Brian Griese (19-29, 2tds, 309yds). Rams RB Marshall Faulk (14-78-1 rushing and 4-100-1 receiving) had big night too. The two teams combined for well over 900 yards of total offense! - added August, 2008

(09-17-00) WK 3 Denver Broncos @ Oakland Raiders - Battle for 1st Place in the AFC West sees a wild first half as Denver jumps out to quick 17-0 lead, then watch Oakland race back to tie game at 24 all at the midway point. Raiders threaten to take lead on opening drive of the 3rd, but INT in end zone stops threat, and their momentum. Broncos pull away to 33-24 win behind RB Mike Anderson's (32-187) huge day. - Includes Halftime and commercials (Quality 8) - Added May, 2011

(10-22-00) WK 8 Denver Broncos @ Cincinnati Bengals - Cincinnati RB Corey Dillon (22-278-2) sets the all time single game rushing record as the Bengals have NO passing game (2-9 for 32 yards as a team!) but rush for 407 yards, the 5th highest total in NFL history and the most in a game in 50 years, in their 31-21 upset of Denver. It is the Bengals first ever win at the new Paul Brown Stadium. - Includes Halftime and commercials (Quality 8) - Added May, 2011

(11-19-00) WK 12 San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos - Incredible game as Broncos, playing without injured QB Brian Griese or RB Terrell Davis, somehow overcome two 17 point deficits to pull out incredible 38-37 comeback win in the final moments. Denver sub QB Gus Frerotte (36-58, 5tds, 462yds, 4ints) uses his wide outs Rod Smith (11-187-1) and Ed McCaffrey (10-148-2) to bring home a victory. San Diego's much bylined young QB Ryan Leaf (13-27, 3tds, 311yds) performs well, but shows his inexperience at the end. Great game! - Includes Halftime and Commercials (Quality 8.5) - Added August, 2011

(11-26-00) WK#13 Denver Broncos @ Seattle Seahawks - Wild back & forth contest in the rain! Denver gets big performance from rookie RB Mike Anderson (30-195-1) to help overcome two fumbles that were returned for touchdowns by Seattle. Anderson's huge 80 yard TD run late is the difference in 38-31 Bronco win. - (Quality 8) - Added May, 2011

(12-03-00) WK 14 Denver Broncos @ New Orleans Saints - Two 8-4 teams meet in the Superdome. Denver's star RB Mike Anderson's (37-251-4... Bronco single game records for rushing yardage and TD's) HUGE day in establishing a single game NFL Rookie Rushing Record and recording the 4th highest total ever in an NFL game, out does New Orleans' rookie QB Aaron Brooks' (30-48, 2tds, 441yds... a Saints single game yardage record) big day in 38-23 Bronco win. - Includes Halftime (Quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

(12-17-00) WK 16 Chicago Bears @ San Francisco 49ers - Jerry Rice Day in his final home game as a 49er. Emotional setting, and a record setting one at that! Jerry (7-76) officially passes the torch to teammate WR Terrell Owens (20-283-1) who sets the All Time NFL Record for receptions in one game (breaking a 50 year old mark!). Oh yeah, along the way San Francisco also take 17-0 decision over Chicago! - (Quality 8) - Added May, 2011

(12-23-00) San Francisco 49ers @ Denver Broncos - Last game for Jerry Rice as a 49er and last Mile High Stadium game. Bronco WR's Ed McCaffery & Rod Smith become only the second tandem in history to record 100 receptions in a year for one team. (Quality 8.5)

(12-31-00) 2000 AFC Wildcard - Denver Broncos @ Baltimore Ravens - The Ravens defense held the Broncos' offense to only 177 total yards, 42 rushing yards, 9 first downs, and 3 points. Baltimore also recorded five sacks and held running back Mike Anderson, who rushed for 1487 yards during the season, to 40 yards on 15 carries. Jamaal Lewis finished the game with 110 rushing yards, one reception for 15 yards, and 2 touchdowns. This was the first time the Broncos were ever prevented from scoring a touchdown in 28 postseason games over a span of three decades. - Added October, 2008

 

2001

(08-20-01) Denver Broncos @ Green Bay Packers - Preseason MNF - Added April, 2008

 

2002

(09-30-02) Denver Broncos @ Baltimore Ravens - Chris McAllister runs back a missed FG for 107yds for a TD! Game is memorable for Ravens Head Coach, Brian Billick running screaming down the sideline! And for Ray Lewis' crunching block to start the play!!!! - Added March, 2009

(10-20-02) Denver Broncos @ Kansas City Chiefs - Wow, what a game in Kansas City! Denver forces OT with TD in last half minute before winning 37-34 in the extra time. Broncos Shannon Sharpe (12-214-2, a team game record for yards, and an NFL Game Record for TE's) has the game of his career in leading gut checking win! - Added March, 2009

(11-11-02) Oakland Raiders @ Denver Broncos - Monday Night Football's 500th Telecast! Oakland's QB Rich Gannon (34-38, 352yds, 3tds) has amazing night, at one point completing an NFL single game record 21 straight passes, in leading 34-10 victory. WR Jerry Rice (9-103-2) scores his 200th touchdown as well as becoming the NFL's All Time Total Yards leader during this game. (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(12-01-02) WK 13 Denver Broncos @ San Diego Chargers - A battle for first place! Denver loses another game in OT that it should have won in regulation as San Diego shows true grit in pulling out 30-27 win at home. Chargers RB LaDainian Tomlinson (37-220-3 and 11-51 rec) is awesome, as is Broncos rookie RB Clinton Portis (23-159-2 and 3-34 rec). An incredible back & forth contest - Includes Half, commercials and local post-game - (Quality 8) - Added May, 2011

 

2003

(10-05-03) Denver Broncos @ Kansas City Chiefs - Battle of undefeated teams is a thriller. Denver wins the game in the stats, but KC's Dante Hall's NFL record setting (4 straight games of kick returns for TD's) 93 yard return of a punt gives them a 24-23 lead they hold till the end - Added March, 2009

(11-03-03) New England Patriots @ Denver Broncos - MNF - Pats take Safety & Comeback to Win game - Added August, 2008

(12-28-03) Denver Broncos @ Green Bay Packers - The biggest cheer at Lambeau Field came for the play in Arizona that got the Packers into the playoffs. Ahman Green reeled off a 98-yard touchdown run and Brett Favre completed a hard week in which he buried his father to lead Green Bay. The Packers had little hope of playing into January only minutes earlier. They celebrated wildly on the sideline after their crowd, listening on radios, broke into frenzied elation over the fourth-down pass in Arizona. Denver rested its starters for its playoff game next Sunday in Indianapolis. The Packers will host the Seattle Seahawks (10-6) and former coach Mike Holmgren on Sunday. The Packers beat the Seahawks 35-13 at home on Oct. 5. Green set a franchise record with 218 yards rushing and ran for two scores, giving him 20 and breaking Jim Taylor's record of 19 set in 1962. - (Quality 9)

(Week 17 2003) NFL Total Access - highlights with Packers win over Denver and Minnesota's crumble in Arizona giving the Packers the central division title and playoff birth. Interview with Darren Sharper.

(01-04-04) 2003 AFC Wildcard - Denver Broncos @ Indianapolis Colts - Colts Quarterback Peyton Manning completed 22 of 26 passes for 377 yards and 5 touchdowns, giving him a perfect passer rating of 158.3 as the Colts crushed the Broncos, scoring on every possession until running back Edgerrin James lost a fumble with 14:14 left in the fourth quarter. Manning passed for four touchdowns in the first half alone, including one to Marvin Harrison where he got up and scored after falling down untouched. Both Harrison and Brandon Stokley scored two touchdowns for Indianapolis, and Reggie Wayne added the fifth. Meanwhile, the Colts defense picked off two passes from Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer and recovered a fumble. Harrison recorded a career postseason high 7 receptions for 133 yards 2 touchdowns, while receiver Brandon Stokley caught 4 passes for 144 yards and 2 scores. - Added October, 2008

 

2004

(11-28-04) Oakland Raiders @ Denver Broncos - On a snowy night in Denver the game goes down to the last play before a blocked FG attempt decides it (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(01-09-05) 2004 AFC Wildcard - Denver Broncos @ Indianapolis Colts - Indianapolis actually tops their blowout of Denver in last years playoffs. They bust out to 35-3 lead at the half, and coast to 49-24 victory. Peyton Manning (27-33, 458yds, 4td, 145.7 rating) continues his unreal season with help from a great performance out of WR Reggie Wayne (10-221-1). An awesome display of offense. - added March, 2007

 

2005

(11-24-05) Denver Broncos @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving - OT - Broncos running back Ron Dayne rushed for a 16-yard touchdown in the third quarter and his 55-yard scamper set up Jason Elam’s game-winning 24-yard field goal in overtime. (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(01-14-06) 2005 AFC Divisional - New England Patriots vs Denver Broncos - Denver uses High Pressure Defense to force New England into costly mistakes, and combined with a Big / Key Play Offense it results in a 27-13 win for Broncos. The playoff win is Denver's first at Mile High @ Invesco Field, and first since John Elway retired, and ends the Patriots two year title run, and is QB Tom Brady's (10-0 to this point) first ever playoff loss.

(01-22-06) 2005 AFC Championship - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - Pittsburgh, the #6 Seed, becomes the first team ever to knock off the #1, #2, and #3 Seeds in the Playoffs, and they do it all on the Road! Steelers use a so well designed that it was unstoppable passing attack, and turnovers from the return of "Mistake Jake" Plummer to take 34-17 win. (Quality 10)

 

2006

(10-29-06) WK 8 Indianapolis Colts @ Denver Broncos - Last team with the ball wins sounds like a cliché, but it summed up so many games the 2006 Colts played. This late afternoon classic was no exception. The Broncos had the lead at the half, 14-6. The Colts went on a long drive to start the second half, and then converted a short field after recovering a Jake Plummer fumble for a 20-14 lead. The infamous run defense then almost took over for the Colts. They gave up a rushing score at the end of the 3rd quarter and trailed again 21-20. Vinatieri nailed a long FG, but the Broncos rammed the ball down the field for a 28-23 lead with less than 7 to play. Manning and Wayne responded by completely abusing a young Denver corner and with 3:56 to play, the Colts took a 31-28 lead after a 2 point conversion. Gilbert Gardner struck back by abandoning his hole and letting Denver rip off a 48 yard run. Fortunately, the defense stiffened, and Denver settled for a long field goal and a tie with just 1:49 to play. 1:49 is waaaay to long to give #18 however, and unfortunately for the Denver, Darrent Williams was still on the field. Manning calmly moved the Colts down field to set up a game winning field goal try from Adam Vinatieri with just two seconds on the clock. By the time the dust had settled, the Colts were 7-0 for the second straight season. - Includes commercials (Quality 8.5) - added May, 2011

(12-03-06) Seattle Seahawks @ Denver Broncos - Jay Cutler's era begins in Denver - added March, 2007

 

2007

(10-29-07) Green Bay Packers @ Denver Broncos - MNF - OT - Packers find a running back and win in a Favre-erly fashion. On the first play of OT, after the Packers won the coin flip, Favre would end the game in dramatic fashion by hitting Greg Jennings in stride on a bomb for an 82-yard TD. Favre would hit two such bombs on the day a week after being critisized for underthrowing two passes that were intercepted against Washington. The first bomb was a perfect throw to James Jones, on the first play of the Packers second possession, that would go for 79-yards after some great running by Jones. On the day Favre completed 21 of 27 passes (to eight receivers) for 331 yards and two touchdowns, for a season-high 142.4 passer rating, earning him ‘FedEx Air Player Of The Week’. Favre threw only one incompletion after halftime and with his performance, is the first player in Packers history to throw two TD passes of 75+ yards in one game. Favre has 13 career TD passes of 75+ yards, the most for any player in NFL history. Ryan Grant would take over in the 2nd Qtr at RB after DeShawn Wynn left with a shoulder injury. Grant would rush for 104 yds without even having a carry in the first Qtr. and become the first 100-yd rusher for the Packers all year. Gregg Jennings caught six passes for a career-high 141 yards and a game winning 82-yard score in overtime. It marked the third 100-yard performance of Jennings career. James Jones posted his first career 100-yard game and earned ‘Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Week’ honors, catching three passes for 107 yards, including a career-long 79-yard touchdown. It marked the longest TD catch by a Packers rookie since 1954 when Max McGee caught an 82-yarder - added January, 2008

 

2008

(08-22-08) Green Bay Packers @ Denver Broncos - Preseason - Aaron Rodgers went from pathetic one week to just about perfect the next. Brett Favre's replacement bounced back from a bad game at San Francisco to complete 18 of 22 passes for 193 yards and a touchdown in the Packers' win over Denver on Friday night. Rodgers led four scoring drives in his five possessions and was 16-for-19 for 178 yards against the Broncos' starters, including a 10-yard touchdown to Donald Driver on the game's opening drive. He added a 1-yard sneak for a score against the Broncos' reserves to open the second half before giving way to rookie Brian Brohm. Broncos QB Jay Cutler was effective if not as accurate, leading Denver to scores on all three of its first-half possessions. One was a 99-yard touchdown march that chewed up most of the second quarter, and another was an 80-yard drive in all of 16 seconds. After completing his first dozen passes against Dallas a week ago, Cutler was wild against the Packers, completing just 6 of 13 throws for 115 yards.

(09-21-08) New Orleans Saints @ Denver Broncos - Nail biter! Once again Denver jumps out to 21-3 lead early, only to watch New Orleans climb back into the climb. Saints actually have chance to take lead late, but missed FG gives the Broncos a hard earned 34-32 win at home. New Orleans QB Drew Brees (39-48, 421 yards, 1 TD) and RB Reggie Bush (18-73-1 rushing, 11-75-1 receiving, 2-30 punt returns) star for the visitors, while WR Brandon Marshall (6-155-1) shines for Denver. - added December, 2008

(11-30-08) Denver Broncos @ New York Jets - Denver goes into a rainy Meadowlands Stadium and takes down the red hot Brett Favre & his Jets 34-17 behind awesome performances from QB Jay Cutler (27-43, 357 yards, 2 TD's) and rookie RB Peyton Hillis (22-129-1) for clutch win! - Added March, 2009

 

Documentaries, Yearbooks and other Footage

2007 NFL Films - Mile High Stadium - Added November, 2008

Denver Broncos: The Complete History - 2 DVD set - disc 1 includes (Mike Shanahan: In Their Own Words, John Elway: In Their Own Words) disc 2 includes (John Lynch: In Their Own Words, Jack Plummer: In Their Own Words, Floyd Little, "Tombstone Jackson", John Ralston) - Added November, 2008

Denver Broncos Yearbooks - 1969 (original), 1977 (original), 78 (original), 79 (original), 84 (original), 86 (original), 87 (original), 89 (original), 91 (original), 92 (original), 96 (original), 97 (original), 98 (original) - Updated May, 2011

1985 GOTW - Wk16 Seahawks vs Broncos - Added November, 2008

1986 GOTW - Wk1 Raiders @ Broncos - Added November, 2008