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1996 Denver Broncos season

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General manager  John Beake
Division place  1st AFC West
Head coach  Mike Shanahan
Home field  Mile High Stadium
Record  13–3
Start date  1996
Owner  Pat Bowlen
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Playoff finish  Lost Divisional Playoff (Jaguars 30-27)
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The 1996 Denver Broncos season was the team's 37th year in professional football and its 27th with the National Football League. The Broncos finished the season with 13 wins and 3 losses, winning the AFC West and earning the top seed in the AFC Playoffs. They were defeated, however, by a score of 30–27 by the 9–7 Jacksonville Jaguars in the Divisional round. John Elway says that the Jaguars loss was probably the most embarrassing loss of his career up to that point, because they were the top seeded team in the NFL and were favored to win the Super Bowl by many.

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Awards and records

Pro Bowl

QB John Elway

RB Terrell Davis

TE Shannon Sharpe

T Gary Zimmerman

DE Alfred Williams

DT Michael Perry

LB Bill Romanowski

S Steve Atwater

S Tyrone Braxton

AP Offensive Player of the Year – Terrell Davis

UPI AFL-AFC Offensive MVP – Terrell Davis (1996 was the last year this award was given out)

Terrell Davis sets Franchise rushing record For Carries (345) in a season and touchdown's rushing (13) in a season

Milestones

Terrell Davis reaches 1,000yds faster than any Denver Bronco running back in Franchise history

References

1996 Denver Broncos season Wikipedia


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