Denver Broncos Tickets

Written by Charles Peacock
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There's no more Mile High Stadium, but that hasn't stopped Broncos fans from selling out their new stadium each and every year since it was built. Coloradoans love their Broncos, and now a trip to the game is more comfortable than ever thanks to the abundance of amenities at the all-new Invesco Field at Mile High. Sure, the name is a feeble attempt at invoking the legendary memories of Mile High, but when Broncos fans head to the game, what happens on the field is all that matters.

A Mile High Roller Coaster

The past two decades have been an interesting period for the Denver Broncos, filled with plenty of heartache but also a lot of reason to cheer. Between 1987 and 1990, the beloved Broncos lost in three Super Bowls out of four--a record of futility that would be topped by the Bills between '91 and '94. Fans of the Broncos and legendary quarterback John Elway thought that the team might never be graced by the shine of the Vince Lombardi trophy, but they'd soon be proven wrong.

Lucky Broncos season ticket holders have gone on a true mile-high roller coaster since 1987. After losing those three Super Bowls, the Broncos would chug along in mediocrity for a few years, looking like they'd never return to their former glory. Their patience paid off, however, as John Elway had a few more things to say about winning before he was ready to retire.

Helped by the formidable rushing attack of Terrell Davis, the Broncos would return to the Super Bowl in 1998 to face the defending champion Green Bay Packers. They beat the Packers, and returned to the Super Bowl a year later for a repeat performance. John Elway and his Denver legions experienced their share of disappointment, but it all paid off in the end.

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