The 1998 Denver Broncos had a record of 14–2, second best in the NFL, and won Super Bowl XXXIII. They won their first thirteen games, the best start since the unbeaten 1972 Dolphins. It was John Elway's final season after he had considered retiring during the off-season and 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 America's Game: The Super Bowl Champions.

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  • The 1998 Denver Broncos had a record of 14–2, second best in the NFL, and won Super Bowl XXXIII. They won their first thirteen games, the best start since the unbeaten 1972 Dolphins. It was John Elway's final season after he had considered retiring during the off-season and 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 America's Game: The Super Bowl Champions. (en)
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  • 1999-01-09 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-01-17 (xsd:date)
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  • * Defensive Coordinator – Greg Robinson * Defensive Line – George Dyer * Pass Rush Specialist – John Teerlinck * Linebackers – Frank Bush * Defensive Backs – Ed Donatell * Defensive Assistant – Pat McPherson * Defensive Assistant – Rick Smith
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  • * President and Chief Executive Officer – Pat Bowlen * Vice President of Business Operations – Joe Ellis * General Manager – John Beake * Director of Player Personnel – Neal Dahlen * Director of Pro Scouting – Jack Elway * Director of College Scouting – Ted Sundquist * College Scouting Consultant – Jerry Frei
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  • John Beake
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  • * Head Coach – Mike Shanahan * Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line – Alex Gibbs
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  • Broncos
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  • * Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks – Gary Kubiak * Running Backs – Bobby Turner * Wide Receivers – Mike Heimerdinger * Tight Ends – Brian Pariani * Assistant Offensive Line – Barney Chavous * Offensive Assistant – Ricky Porter
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  • Won Conference Championship 23–10
  • Won Divisional Playoffs 38–3
  • Won Super Bowl XXXIII 34–19
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  • Dolphins
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  • Jets
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  • ;First Quarter *Den – Terrell Davis 1 yard rush Broncos 7–0 *Den – Terrell Davis 20 yard rush Broncos 14–0 ;Second Quarter *Mia – Olindo Mare 22 yard field goal. Broncos 14–3 *Den – Derek Loville 11 yard rush Broncos 21–3 ;Third Quarter *Den – Jason Elam 32 yard field goal Broncos 24–3 ;Fourth Quarter *Den – Rod Smith 28 yard pass from John Elway Broncos 31–3 *Den – Neil Smith 79 yard fumble return Broncos 38–3
  • ;First Quarter *no scoring ;Second Quarter *NYJ – John Hall 32 yard field goal. Jets 3–0 ;Third Quarter *NYJ – Curtis Martin 1 yard rush Jets 10–0 *Den – Howard Griffith 11 yard pass from John Elway Jets 10–7 *Den – Jason Elam 44 yard field goal. Tie 10–10 *Den – Jason Elam 48 yard field goal. Broncos 13–10 *Den – Terrell Davis 31 yard rush Broncos 20–10 ;Fourth Quarter *Den – Jason Elam 35 yard field goal Broncos 23–10
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  • Broncos seasons
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  • * Special Teams – Rick Dennison
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  • ;Dolphins *Dan Marino. 26-37, 243 yards, 0 TD, 2 Int * * ;Broncos *John Elway. 14-23, 182 yards, 1 TD, 0 Int *Terrell Davis. 21 rush, 199 yards, 2 TD * ;Turnovers: *Dolphins – 3 *Broncos – 0
  • ;Jets *Vinny Testaverde. 31-56, 356 yards, 0 TD, 2 Int *Wayne Chrebet. 8 rec, 121 yards * ;Broncos *John Elway. 13-34, 173 yards, 1 TD, 0 Int *Terrell Davis. 32 rush, 167 yards, 1 TD * ;Turnovers: *Jets – 6 *Broncos – 0
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  • * Strength and Conditioning – Rich Tuten * Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Barney Chavous * Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Greg Saporta
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  • AFC Divisional Playoff: Miami Dolphins vs Denver Broncos – Game summary
  • AFC Championship Game: New York Jets at Denver Broncos – Game summary
  • Super Bowl XXXIII: Denver Broncos vs Atlanta Falcons – Game summary
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  • The 1998 Denver Broncos had a record of 14–2, second best in the NFL, and won Super Bowl XXXIII. They won their first thirteen games, the best start since the unbeaten 1972 Dolphins. It was John Elway's final season after he had considered retiring during the off-season and 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 America's Game: The Super Bowl Champions. (en)
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