Denver Broncos – 2014 Tickets, Preview, and Schedule


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Denver Broncos tickets carried fans all the way to the Super Bowl last season, then dumped them into the depression of a 30+ point loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Apparently, all the offense in the world isn’t quite enough to clinch a Super Bowl Title. An NFL team must have a formidable defense also, or risk embarrassment. Fortunately, the Broncos management is astute enough to realize these facts and nimble enough to make the moves that will strengthen Denver’s defense while allowing the offense tp thrive.

Broncos ticket holders will reap the benefits of some roster changes on the defensive side of the ball. At cornerback, say hello to Aqib Talib, formerly of new England and considered the top free agent cornerback on the market. On the other side of the field there’s a good chance top draft choice Bradley roby will be lining up with Talib, giving Denver a major boost in coverage ability. DeMarcus Ware also moves in, beefing up the Broncos pass rush alongside Von Miller. Finally, T.J Ward fills out a safety slot with a physical presence the Broncos have been lacking. In total, the Denver Broncos defense will be faster, stronger, and younger in key areas.

Of course, Peyton Manning will be under center. Manning finished off a record breaking season in 2013 and should continue in 2014. The cast around him is changing but Manning is still key. Montee Ball takes over at running back from Knowshown Moreno, Emmanuel Sanders replaces Eric Decker, and Cody Latimer provides better depth in case Wes Welker is no longer able to go.

The 2014 Denver Broncos schedule befits an AFC Champion but is there any team Denver can’t beat? The Indianapolis Colts provide a strong opener, followed by Kansas City. The first road game is Seattle and that should be interesting. The Broncos also get the Cardinals, 49ers, Chargers, Dolphins, Bills, and raiders at home. The road brings (besides the Seahawks), the Jets, Patriots, Raiders, Rams, Chiefs, Chargers, and Bengals on Monday Night Football.




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