Denver Broncos back in the Super Bowl in 2009

Bronco fans are loyal to their team and will defend them even when/if they are having an off-season. This season, 2009, is expected to be no different. The team has many exceptional players from the 2008 season, along with some extremely skillful free agents. Anticipation, for Custom nfl jerseys the new season, is rapidly growing. So much in fact that season tickets will be gone in a matter of hours, leaving thousands of fans sitting outside the stadium during home games.

The Denver Broncos have seen many changes, to their staff, over the years, but through this have still managed to achieve championship titles in 1977, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1997, and 1998. The Broncos stomped the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXII and won again in Super Bowl XXXIII – only five other teams have been able to accomplish the feat of two Super Bowl victories two years in a row. These championships are what keep the fans coming back for more, and are the reason that over 70,000 fans will fill the Mile High stadium for home games, and why many will be left to watch from other venues.

The Denver Broncos began as a humiliation to the AFL. Their first few years were embarrassing as replica NFL they struggled to pull off a successful play, and they did it in old, used clothing with vertically striped socks. The socks, oddly enough, were what stood out the most. Two years after they became a team, Jack Faulkner stepped up to the plate to begin to make a team out of the men known as the Denver Broncos. His first friendly gesture, to the fans and press, was to burn the horrific socks that they team was wearing. For some reason, this gesture was one of the first steps to making the team as popular as they are today nfl jersey.

In the mid to late 60’s, things began to quickly move forward for the team. In 1965, Gerald and Allan Phipps – whom saved the team from being bought out by Atlanta – purchased the team. Ticket sales increased from 8,000 to 22,000 because of this singular event. Three years later the team acquired the old Bears Stadium and renamed it to the Mile High stadium.

Shortly after, 20,000 additional seats were added to the stadium. Then, in 1976, another expansion took place increasing the seating to 63,532. Each increase was followed by a boost in ticket sales, leading to a full stadium for every home game the team played.

After their amazing feat of two Super Bowl wins, back to back, in 1997 and 1998, the Broncos made it to the playoffs in 2000, 2003, 2004, and again in 2005. Having stated this, they have not been seen in the playoffs in a few years, nor have they been seen with a championship title in some time. So, where is all of the hype, for the 2009 season, coming from?

The team, for the 2009 season, includes some of the best players from the 2008 season, along with cheap nhl jerseys new players like Chris Simms (son of an amazing quarterback Phil Simms), JJ Arrington, and LaMont Jordan. Chris Simms has yet to make a name for himself, but he has the arm to prompt extreme excitement about his joining the team. Arrington, a stunningly impressive running back, will increase the team’s number of carries, catches, and total yards for the year.

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Broncos VP John Elway said today that differences on the future direction of Denver Broncos led to firing of Coach John Fox yesterday. The entire Denver Broncos coaching staff was dismissed. Elway said the assistant coaches are still under contract to the Broncos,… http://goo.gl/N35Pv0 #Broncos, #JohnElway, #JohnFox, #PeytonManning

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The Broncos’ up and down season, including what seems like a complete change in offensive philosophy mid-season, is still providing statistical fodder for a strong chance at a Superbowl victory.
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Ronnie Hillman Will Be X-Factor For Denver Broncos In Week 10

Ronnie Hillman Will Be X-Factor For Denver Broncos In Week 10
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Broncos vs. Patriots: Highs, lows of Denver's Week 9 loss

Broncos vs. Patriots: Highs, lows of Denver's Week 9 loss
Right tackle all wrong: Denver's Paul Cornick was mauled by defensive end Rob Ninkovich. The mismatch forced Julius Thomas to stay in and block. Ninkovich's interception turned the game around in the first half. McManus misses: Brandon McManus no …
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Patriots make short work of Broncos

Patriots make short work of Broncos
The Denver Broncos, the trendy team with the most prolific touchdown thrower in history, the defense that had allegedly coalesced behind a healthy Von Miller, newcomer DeMarcus Ware and former Patriot Aqib Talib, and a corps of receivers that on any …
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Patriots' Rob Gronkowski looms large for Denver Broncos defense

Patriots' Rob Gronkowski looms large for Denver Broncos defense
Denver Broncos / NFL. Patriots' Rob Gronkowski looms large for Denver Broncos defense. By Irv Moss The Denver Post. Posted: 10/31/2014 11:45:23 PM MDT. Updated: 11/01/2014 03:12:40 PM MDT. Tight end Rob Gronkowski helped the Patriots rout the …
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Broncos believe there's more to come for Wes Welker

Broncos believe there's more to come for Wes Welker
Yet as the Denver Broncos have rolled out to a 6-1 start, again with the league's highest-scoring offense, there are times when wide receiver Wes Welker's role has been almost ornamental. His 19 catches are his lowest total over the first seven games …
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Colorado Man Disappears During Denver Broncos Game

Colorado Man Disappears During Denver Broncos Game
Tonneson filed a missing persons report with Denver police, scoured the sprawling stadium, called local hospitals and detox centers and taped fliers around the city. "We just don't know what else to do," Tonneson told The Associated Press on Monday.
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Broncos RB Juwan Thompson brings heady, physical approach to game

Broncos RB Juwan Thompson brings heady, physical approach to game
Juwan Thompson gains yardage inside last week in a victory against the San Diego Chargers. The rookie free agent from Duke has carried the ball 24 times, gaining 107 yards, and has scored three touchdowns. (Tim Rasmussen, The Denver Post) …
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