—Photos by Sarah Boyum
The streets of Denver were consumed in a sea of orange and blue yesterday, as Broncos fans poured in from all over the state to celebrate the team's victory in Super Bowl 50. The parade began by Union Station, and marched along 17th Street to Broadway, and down to Civic Center Park, which was...
February 10 2016, 10:00 AM
Denver celebrates the Broncos' Super Bowl victory in Civic Center Park. —Photo by Sarah Boyum
Since the Denver Broncos put the finishing touches on a decisive 24–10 win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, there’s been a distinct afterglow in the city.
At gas stations, cashiers and customers swap smiles and quips about the demolition of Cam Newton, the NFL’s MVP who was reduced...
February 9 2016, 1:45 PM
Denver Broncos’ Von Miller holds the Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Carolina Panthers to win Super Bowl 50. —Ben Margot / AP Photo
On Friday, we laid out the Broncos’ priorities for Super Bowl 50, and damned if they didn’t nail just about all of them. Good thing, because the golden anniversary game had more than a little rust on it. The Broncos and Panthers combined to go a horrendous 4-for-29 on third down, committed six...
February 8 2016, 11:45 AM
No matter what happens, Denver will always be United in Orange. —Courtesy of Shutterstock
I must admit: my football knowledge has mostly been gleaned from Sundays spent within earshot of my brother and the Pats game. This season, I finally felt like I had a handle on the rules—until my boyfriend sheepishly admitted he'd rather watch Super Bowl 50 with someone who didn’t ask so many...
February 5 2016, 10:00 AM
Here's hoping this wasn't the last trophy John Elway hoists this season.
—Photo courtesy of the Denver Broncos
The Broncos enter Super Bowl 50 as the undeniable and understandable underdogs. The Carolina Panthers have rampaged through the NFL this year, losing only once all season.
Yet despite that gaudy record, no one seems to be rushing to anoint them as one of the greatest teams ever, possibly because...
February 5 2016, 8:01 AM
The Denver Broncos players pose before boarding the plane to San Jose. —Photo courtesy of the Denver Broncos' Twitter
The Denver Broncos still have to win the biggest game of the year, but off the field the team has already beat the entire league—at least in the sartorial sense. Late last year, Sports Illustrated voted the Broncos the "Best Dressed Team" in the NFL. As the team arrived in San Jose...
February 3 2016, 11:09 AM
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning waves to spectators following the AFC Championship game between the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots, Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016, in Denver.
—Chris Carlson / AP Photo
When the clock hits zero in Santa Clara—after the legendary Peyton Manning barks his last “Omaha” and tosses his last pass; when the Super Bowl post-game interviews end and The Sheriff leaves the stadium in his suit and tie, likely for the last time as a player—win or lose, let’s capture all we can...
February 2 2016, 12:00 PM
After spending the past five months wondering whether the Broncos were contenders or pretenders, we have our answer. Despite being dominant in only one aspect of the game and middling everywhere else, this year that was just good enough to get the team to Super Bowl 50. As the NFL hype machine...
January 26 2016, 1:25 PM