1998 Denver Broncos season

1998 Denver Broncos Season

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1998 Denver Broncos season

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In 1998 the Denver Broncos had a record of 14–2, second best in the NFL, and won Super Bowl XXXIII. It was John Elway's final season and the season Terrell Davis ran for 2,008 yards, making him only the fourth player to rush for over 2,000 yards in a single season.

In 2007, the 1998 Broncos were ranked as the 12th greatest Super Bowl champions on the NFL Network's documentary series The Super Bowl Champions.


NFL Draft

The Broncos drafted Tennessee Wide Receiver Marcus Nash with the 30th overall pick and Michigan Quarterback Brian Griese in the 3rd round, 91st pick overall.



Regular season




Season summary

The Broncos won their first 13 games of the season. There was much speculation that they might go undefeated and were featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated for just that reason. However, they were upset by the New York Giants in week 15 by a score of 20–16. They finished the regular season 14–2.

They finished first in the AFC West and won their divisional playoff game against the Miami Dolphins 38–3. They then won the AFC Championship over the Bill Parcells coached New York Jets 23–10. Many had expected Denver to play the Minnesota Vikings in the Super...
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