The 1987 Denver Broncos season was the team's 28th year in professional football and its 18th with the National Football League (NFL). Games scheduled during the third week of the season were cancelled, and games played from weeks 4 to 6 were played with replacement teams. The Broncos finished first in the AFC West, and were AFC Champions for the second straight year. Quarterback John Elway was voted league MVP for 1987.

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  • The 1987 Denver Broncos season was the team's 28th year in professional football and its 18th with the National Football League (NFL). Games scheduled during the third week of the season were cancelled, and games played from weeks 4 to 6 were played with replacement teams. The Broncos finished first in the AFC West, and were AFC Champions for the second straight year. Quarterback John Elway was voted league MVP for 1987. (en)
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  • --09-17
  • --10-12
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  • * Defensive Line – Stan Jones * Assistant Defensive Line – Rubin Carter * Linebackers – Myrel Moore * Defensive Backs – Charlie West
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  • Rich Karlis 25 yard field goal
  • Calhoun 55 yard interception return
  • Clendenen 31 yard field goal
  • Curt Warner 10 yard pass from Dave Krieg
  • Daryl Turner 20 yard pass from Dave Krieg
  • Dudek 3 yard run
  • Dudek 7 yard run
  • Massie 10 yard pass from Karcher
  • Norm Johnson 25 yard field goal
  • Orson Mobley 5 yard pass from John Elway
  • Perry 3 yard pass from Evans
  • Poole 1 yard run
  • Rich Karlis 29 yard field goal
  • Rich Karlis 37 yard field goal
  • Rich Karlis 42 yard field goal
  • Steve Sewell 72 yard pass from John Elway
  • Steve Watson 4 yard pass from John Elway
  • Vance Johnson 59 yard pass from John Elway
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  • * President and Chief Executive Officer – Pat Bowlen * General Manager – John Beake * Director of Player Personnel – Reed Johnson * Director of Pro Personnel – Lide Huggins
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  • John Beake
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  • * Head Coach – Dan Reeves * Assistant Head Coach/Defense – Joe Collier
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  • * Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks – Mike Shanahan * Running Backs – Nick Nicolau * Wide Receivers/Tight Ends – Chan Gailey * Offensive Line – Alex Gibbs * Special Assistant – Marvin Bass
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  • Lost Super Bowl XXII 10–42
  • Won AFC Championship Game 38–33
  • Won Divisional Playoff 34–10
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  • Q4
  • Q2
  • Q3
  • Q1
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  • DEN 7–0
  • Tie 7–7
  • DEN 17–14
  • DEN 20–17
  • Tie 14–14
  • SEA 7–0
  • SEA 14–7
  • DEN 14–0
  • DEN 14–7
  • DEN 23–14
  • DEN 27–17
  • DEN 30–14
  • DEN 34–17
  • DEN 37–17
  • DEN 40–17
  • SEA 17–10
  • SEA 17–13
  • SEA 17–7
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  • Broncos seasons
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  • * Special Teams – Mike Nolan
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  • 540.0
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  • * Strength and Conditioning – Al Miller
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  • SEA
  • Denver Broncos
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  • Raiders
  • Seahawks
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  • The 1987 Denver Broncos season was the team's 28th year in professional football and its 18th with the National Football League (NFL). Games scheduled during the third week of the season were cancelled, and games played from weeks 4 to 6 were played with replacement teams. The Broncos finished first in the AFC West, and were AFC Champions for the second straight year. Quarterback John Elway was voted league MVP for 1987. (en)
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  • 1987 Denver Broncos season (en)
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