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1969 Denver Broncos season

1969 Denver Broncos season
Head coach Lou Saban
Home field Mile High Stadium
Results
Record 5–8–1
Division place 4th AFL West
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1968      1970 >

The 1969 Denver Broncos season was the team's tenth, and final season in the American Football League before the league merged with the NFL. Denver finished the regular season with a record of 5–8–1, 4th place in the AFL West for the seventh straight season.

Season summary

Division standings

Western Division
Team W L T PCT PF PA
*Oakland Raiders 12 1 1 .923 377 242
Kansas City Chiefs 11 3 0 .786 359 177
San Diego Chargers 8 6 0 .571 288 276
Denver Broncos 5 8 1 .385 297 344
Cincinnati Bengals 4 9 1 .308 280 367
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Regular season

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Record Attendance
1 September 14 Boston Patriots W 35–7 Mile High Stadium 1–0
43,482
2 September 21 New York Jets W 21–19 Mile High Stadium 2–0
50,583
3 September 28 at Buffalo Bills L 28–41 War Memorial Stadium 2–1
40,302
4 October 5 Kansas City Chiefs L 13–26 Mile High Stadium 2–2
50,564
5 October 12 Oakland Raiders L 14–24 Mile High Stadium 2–3
49,511
6 October 19 at Cincinnati Bengals W 30–23 Nippert Stadium 3–3
27,920
7 October 26 at Houston Oilers L 21–24 Astrodome 3–4
45,348
8 November 2 San Diego Chargers W 13–0 Mile High Stadium 4–4
45,511
9 November 9 at Oakland Raiders L 10–41 Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 4–5
54,416
10 November 16 Houston Oilers T 20–20 Mile High Stadium 4–5–1
45,002
11 November 23 at San Diego Chargers L 24–45 San Diego Stadium 4–6–1
34,664
12 November 27 at Kansas City Chiefs L 17–31 Municipal Stadium 4–7–1
48,773
13 December 7 at Miami Dolphins L 24–27 Miami Orange Bowl 4–8–1
25,332
14 December 14 Cincinnati Bengals W 27–16 Mile High Stadium 5–8–1
42,198

Roster

Offense

  • RB Ted Alfen
  • C Jay Bachman
  • DT/DE Walt Barnes
  • TE/G Tom Beer
  • DB Phil Brady
  • T/G Sam Brunelli
  • TE Tom Buckman
  • RB Bobby Burnett
  • DB George Burrell
  • LB Tim Casey
  • DB Grady Cavness
  • DT/DE Dave Costa
  • LB Gary Crane
  • LB Ken Criter
  • LB Carl Cunningham
  • T Mike Current
  • WR/TE Al Denson
  • T Wallace Dickey
  • DE/DT Pete Duranko
  • WR John Embree
  • G/T/C George Goeddeke
  • DB Charlie Greer
  • WR Mike Haffner
  • G/T/C Walter Highsmith
  • DB/P Gus Hollomon
  • K Bobby Howfield
  • LB John Huard
  • DT Jerry Inman
  • DE/LB Rich Jackson
  • DB Pete Jaquess
  • RB Henry Jones
  • C Larry Kaminski
  • LB Gordon Lambert
  • QB/DB Pete Liske
  • RB Floyd Little
  • RB Fran Lynch
  • RB Brendan McCarthy
  • DT/DE Rex Mirich
  • LB Chip Myrtle
  • DB Tom Oberg
  • QB Al Pastrana
  • TE Dave Pivec
  • RB Frank Quayle
  • LB Frank Richter
  • G Mike Schnitker
  • RB Tom Smiley
  • DB Jimmy Smith
  • DT/DE Paul Smith
  • QB Steve Tensi
  • DB Billy Thompson
  • WR/P Bill Van Heusen
  • RB Wandy Williams
  • G/DT Bob Young

External links

  • YouTube

References

  • Pro Football Reference.com Accessed 19 November 2007

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