Denver Broncos are one of the most popular teams in the National Football League. The most famous player in the history of the Broncos quarterback John Elway is easy, which led the team to five appearances in the Super Bowl, including two Super Bowl victories. Who are the other quarterbacks the Broncos have had over the years? Here is a primary departure glance shifts the Denver Broncos per decade since the team's first season in the AFL in 1960.
The starting primary quarters in 1960 were Frank Tripucka, Mickey Slaughter, Jacky Lee, John McCormick, Max Choboian Steve TENSI and Marlin Briscoe.
Nothing seemed to change when the 1970s began as the Broncos had a new starting quarterback, this time was Pete Liske. Morton leads the Broncos to a Super Bowl in his first season with the team.
When he started the 1980 Morton remained as the starting quarterback for a couple of seasons before the offense was given to Steve DeBerg for a season. A new era began in the mid-1980s, when a young rookie named John Elway took over as starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos. Elway lead the team to three appearances in the Super Bowl at the end of the decade, unfortunately, everyone loses.
Before retiring, however, avenged his earlier loss Elway Super Bowl, leading the team to victory in the Super Bowl after the 1997 and 1998 seasons.
The new millennium saw Brian Griese continue as starting quarterback for a few seasons until Jake Plummer has had to take over. Plummer would experience some good seasons, but also some that were below expectations and can not be seized in favor of rookie quarterback Jay Cutler.
The Denver Broncos have a rich history, which began as a doormats of the old American Football League and grew to become one of the regular rival teams in the NFL. Like most football teams, they experienced most of his success when they showed stability to the quarterback position. Frank Tripucka for Craig Morton and John Elway now Jay Cutler, Denver Broncos quarterbacks were responsible for some of the best memories that fans of the team.