Denver Broncos Football
Denver Property Flip is a proud supporter of the Denver Broncos Football team. Whenever the broncos are playing, you can be sure that we’ll be watching the game. We’ve purchased and renovated many properties near the sports authority field at mile high stadium. When the broncos play, most of Denver stops what they are doing and supports the team. Traffic comes to a near crawl on I-25, downtown, the highlands neighborhood, and a mile down Colfax in each direction.
From the first kickoff, all the way to the last down of the last inning, the Denver Broncos Football team are fun the watch. Denver Property Flip hosts a party and invites people over to watch the game on most Sundays. It’s a great excuse to get together with friends and family to bbq, catch up, and watch the game.
The Broncos started in 1960 in the American Football League, and joined the NFL with the merger in 1970. The Broncos have won three Super Bowl championships, all under the ownership of Pat Bowlen. They won in 1997 and 1998 with superstar quarterback John Elway. Then recently they won in 2015 with Peyton Manning.
John Elway was the Broncos quarterback from 1983 to 1998. That’s the longest run a quarterback has had in the NFL history. Dan Reeves served as head coach for the first half of Elway’s QB era, while Mike Shanahan served as head coach for the last half. After the Elway Era, Jake Plumber and Tim Tebow served as quarterback for the following couple of years.
In 2012, Peyton Manning was signed to the team and served as the head quarterback until the end of the 2015 season after winning the third Super Bowl in Broncos history. Peyton Manning was the only quarterback to bring the Denver Broncos Football team to a Super Bowl victory besides John Elway.
John Elway opened three high end stake houses and several car dealerships. With most of Denver loving John Elway, his businesses get plenty of support. Peyton Manning purchased Papa Johns, a local pizza company, and enjoys the same local support as John Elway.
The Broncos entered the 2016 season as defending champions of Super Bowl 50, after undergoing numerous roster changes as well as an off-season and preseason that was dominated by a quarterback controversy, following the retirement of Peyton Manning. Following a 4–0 start, the team sputtered down the stretch, missing the playoffs for the first time since 2010, as well as having their franchise-record streak of five consecutive playoff appearances and five consecutive AFC West division titles snapped. In addition, the Broncos became the 12th consecutive team to fail to repeat as Super Bowl champions, as well as the first reigning champion to miss the playoffs since the 2013 Baltimore Ravens.
With Peyton Manning retired, it will be fun to see who the new quarterback is for the 2017 season. In 2015 Peyton threw more yards than any other quarterback in the National Football League. First down after first down he would take the Broncos down the field with short precision line drive passes. He would methodically continue this possession after possession. The new quarterback will have big shoes to fill. With the head coach Gary Kubiak and quarterback Peyton Manning both retiring at the end of 2016, the 2017 season will bring with it a new leadership group and likely many changes. Vance Joseph was hired as the head coach in January 2017.
Vance was a quarterback and running back for the CU Buffalos in the 1990s. Then he was drafted by the New York Jets and later played as a running back for the Indianapolis Colts. He was a defensive backs coach for the Houston Texans in 2011 to 2013. He then switched to the Cincinnati Bengals in 2014 and eventually moved to the Miami Dolphins as a Defensive Coordinator in 2016. After just one year as the Defensive Coordinator he signed a four year contract as the head coach of the Denver Broncos starting in the 2017 season.
While Denver Property Flip doesn’t play football, we do buy houses in the Denver area from anyone looking for a quick house sale. Call us for a same day quote, and as long as it’s not during the Denver Broncos Football game, we’ll get you an all cash offer.