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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    OK....last one on the theme of "shows with Broncos references":

    On what tv show episode was a Broncos SB game the topic?
    Clue....."those were the days"

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Clue....."those were the days"
    All In The Family?

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    ang. You just beat me out ELWAY421. That was my answer as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELWAY421 View Post
    All In The Family?
    The Broncos vs Cowboys Super Bowl (XII) was featured in an episode of All In The Family called "Super Bowl Sunday."
    On the show, Archie rented a big screen TV at his bar 'Archie's Place" and sold ham sandwiches for $1.50. After the game, two crooks robbed the patrons.

    We also got robbed....of a victory!!




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    Today’s trivia...........

    Random fact of the day​​​​

    The Denver rushing game produced more 100-yard rushers in the 1990s as the franchise had in the previous three decades combined. In fact, one rusher -- Terrell Davis -- exploded onto the scene and logged over three times as many 100-yard games as the entire franchise did in the 1960s. He had almost 50% more 100-yard games than the entire franchise in the 1970s. Davis more than doubled the number of 100-yard rushers than the entire franchise produced in the 1980s.

    Random quote of the day

    “I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”

    ― Albert Einstein

    This month in Broncos history ​​

    December 14, 1975 - The Franchise retires - Floyd Little is carried off the field after he concludes his career as the seventh-leading all-time rusher in the NFL with 6,323 career rushing yards.

    December 4, 1977 - With a 24-14 win at Houston, the Broncos clinch a playoff berth, the first in the club’s history. Later in the day, the Broncos clinch the AFC Western Division championship when the Raiders fall to the Los Angeles Rams.

    December 11, 1983 - Elway throws three fourth-quarter touchdown passes to erase a 19-0 deficit and lead the Broncos to a 21-19 playoff-clinching win over Baltimore.

    December 15, 1984 - In a winner-take-all showdown at the Kingdome for the AFC West crown, Denver wins its 13th game of the season, the most in Broncos history, and captures the AFC West crown with a 31-14 win over Seattle.

    December 26, 1996 - Terrell Davis is named NFL Offensive Player of the Year by the Associated Press and joins three other Broncos as first-team All-Pro performers — Shannon Sharpe, Alfred Williams and Gary Zimmerman.

    December 3, 2000 - Mike Anderson rushes for 251 yards in a 38-23 win at New Orleans to set an all-time NFL rookie rushing record for a single game.

    December 11, 2005 - Mike Shanahan becomes the Broncos’ all-time leader in career victories, collecting his 118th career win with Denver’s 12-10 win against Baltimore at INVESCO Field at Mile High. Champ Bailey records an interception for the fifth consecutive game, setting a franchise record.

    December 24, 2006 - Cutler becomes the first rookie in NFL history to throw multiple touchdown passes in each of his first four games.

    December 12, 2014 - Chris Harris Jr. agrees to terms on a five-year contract extension. Harris had overcome being undrafted and tearing an ACL in the 2013 postseason to become one of the game’s best cornerbacks. He goes to his first Pro Bowl one month later.



    December 14, 2014 - Denver earns a 22-10 victory against San Diego to earn its fourth consecutive AFC West Division title. The game marks the Broncos’ 12th straight divisional road win to tie for the longest such streak in league history.

    Schedule​​

    ​​Regular Season (Mountain Time)

    1. Sep 9 vs Seattle Seahawks > WIN 27 - 24 / 1 and 0

    2. Sep 16 vs Oakland Raiders > WIN ​​20 - 19 / 2 and 0

    3. Sep 23 at Baltimore Ravens > LOSS ​​14 -27 / 2 and 1

    4. Sep 30 vs Kansas City Chiefs > LOSS ​​ 23 - 27 / 2 and 2

    5. Oct. 7 at New York Jets > LOSS 16 - 34 / 2 and 3

    6. Oct 14 vs Los Angeles Rams > LOSS 20 - 23 / 2 and 4

    7. Oct 18 at Arizona Cardinals > WIN 45 - 10 / 3 and 4

    8. Oct 28 at Kansas City Chiefs > LOSS 23 - 30 / 3 and 5

    9. Nov 4 vs Houston Texans > LOSS 17 - 19 / 3 AND 6​​

    10. Nov 11 BYE​​

    11. Nov 18 at Los Angeles Chargers > WIN 23 - 22 / 4 and 6​​

    12. Nov 25 vs Pittsburgh Steelers > WIN 24 - 17 / 5 and 6

    13. Dec 2 at Cincinnati Bengals > WIN 24 - 10 / 6 and 6

    14. Dec 9 at San Francisco > LOSS 14 - 20 / 6 and 7

    15. Dec 15 vs Cleveland Browns > 16 - 17 / 6 and 8

    16. Dec 24 at Oakland Raiders > 14 - 27 / 6 and 9

    17. Dec 30 vs Los Angeles Chargers 2:25 PM CBS​

    Today’s trivia

    How many times (and when) in Broncos' history have they finished first in Total Defense?

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    How many times (and when) in Broncos' history have they finished first in Total Defense?[/QUOTE]

    Only once. in 2015
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChitownBronco View Post
    How many times (and when) in Broncos' history have they finished first in Total Defense?
    Only once. in 2015[/QUOTE]

    WINNER!

    The Broncos have only lead the NFL in Total Defense once in their history, in 2015. During that memorable season, The D only allowed 283.1 yards per game. Included on that total was a league leading 199.6 yards per game against the pass, and #3 against the run, with only 83.6 yards per game.

    Of course that was also the season that The Broncos won their 3rd Super Bowl, which was highly related to their incredible Defense, lead by Von Miller!


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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Only once. in 2015

    WINNER!

    The Broncos have only lead the NFL in Total Defense once in their history, in 2015. During that memorable season, The D only allowed 283.1 yards per game. Included on that total was a league leading 199.6 yards per game against the pass, and #3 against the run, with only 83.6 yards per game.

    Of course that was also the season that The Broncos won their 3rd Super Bowl, which was highly related to their incredible Defense, lead by Von Miller!

    One of the most jaw-dropping stats about our 2015 defense is that it lead the league in yards per attempt for both passing and rushing! In the modern era, only three other defenses have managed to pull off that feat: 2008 Steelers, 1991 Eagles, and the 1987 Bears.

    Insanely freaky good. Love watching 2015 highlights!
    Last edited by Lumiere; 12-27-2018 at 03:21 PM.

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    One more (to complete the storyline)!

    How many times (and when) did The Broncos lead the league in Total Offense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    One more (to complete the storyline)!

    How many times (and when) did The Broncos lead the league in Total Offense?
    1 time in 2013?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DenverBlood View Post
    1 time in 2013?
    Sorry DB....but you did get one part correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    One more (to complete the storyline)!

    How many times (and when) did The Broncos lead the league in Total Offense?
    3 times 1996,1997,2013
    AMPIPE

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChitownBronco View Post
    3 times 1996,1997,2013
    WINNER!!! (hey pal, I think you're on to me!!)

    The Broncos have led the league 3 times in Total Offense - 1996, 1997 and 2013. Lets compare the numbers (yards per game):

    2013 - 457.3 (a whopping 40.1 more than 2nd place Philly)
    1997 - 367.0
    1996 - 361.9

    Quite a difference in 2013! Throughout that regular season, numerous individual, league and franchise records were set, including Peyton Manning setting new NFL records for passing touchdowns and passing yardage, as well as the team setting new NFL records for touchdowns and points scored in a single season.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    WINNER!!! (hey pal, I think you're on to me!!)

    The Broncos have led the league 3 times in Total Offense - 1996, 1997 and 2013. Lets compare the numbers (yards per game):

    2013 - 457.3 (a whopping 40.1 more than 2nd place Philly)
    1997 - 367.0
    1996 - 361.9

    Quite a difference in 2013! Throughout that regular season, numerous individual, league and franchise records were set, including Peyton Manning setting new NFL records for passing touchdowns and passing yardage, as well as the team setting new NFL records for touchdowns and points scored in a single season.

    Could’ve sworn the year we upset the packers that the packers led the league in offense. Guess i was wrong but I thought I remembered reading about this since our 2013 year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DenverBlood View Post
    Could’ve sworn the year we upset the packers that the packers led the league in offense. Guess i was wrong but I thought I remembered reading about this since our 2013 year.
    The Packers finished 4th that year, behind us, Detroit and Seattle.

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