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1970 Denver Broncos season
Head coach Lou Saban
General manager Lou Saban
Home field Mile High Stadium
Results
Record 5–8–1
Division place 4th AFC West
Playoff finish did not qualify

The 1970 Denver Broncos season was the team's 11th season in professional football and first in the National Football League (NFL) after the merger. The Broncos duplicated their record from the previous season with five wins, eight losses, and one tie. They placed last in the new AFC West. Floyd Little became the first player to lead his conference in rushing for a last place team.[1]

Offseason[edit]

NFL draft[edit]

1970 Denver Broncos draft
Round Pick Player Position College Notes
1 11 Bobby Anderson  Running Back Colorado
2 37 Alden Roche  Defensive end Southern
      Made roster    *   Made at least one Pro Bowl during career

Personnel[edit]

Staff[edit]

1970 Denver Broncos staff
Front office

Head coaches

Offensive coaches

Defensive coaches



Roster[edit]

1970 Denver Broncos roster
Quarterbacks

Running backs

Wide receivers

Tight ends

Offensive linemen

Defensive linemen

Linebackers

Defensive backs

Special teams


Rookies in italics

Regular season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Record Attendance
1 September 20 at Buffalo Bills W 25–10 War Memorial Stadium 1–0
34,882
2 September 27 Pittsburgh Steelers W 16–13 Mile High Stadium 2–0
50,705
3 October 4 Kansas City Chiefs W 26–13 Mile High Stadium 3–0
50,705
4 October 11 at Oakland Raiders L 23–35 Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 3–1
54,436
5 October 18 Atlanta Falcons W 24–10 Mile High Stadium 4–1
50,705
6 October 25 at San Francisco 49ers L 14–19 Kezar Stadium 4–2
39,515
7 November 1 Washington Redskins L 3–19 Mile High Stadium 4–3
50,705
8 November 8 at San Diego Chargers L 21–24 San Diego Stadium 4–4
48,327
9 November 15 Oakland Raiders L 19–24 Mile High Stadium 4–5
50,959
10 November 22 at New Orleans Saints W 31–6 Tulane Stadium 5–5
66,837
11 November 29 Houston Oilers L 21–31 Astrodome 5–6
35,733
12 December 6 at Kansas City Chiefs L 0–16 Municipal Stadium 5–7
50,454
13 December 13 San Diego Chargers T 17–17 Mile High Stadium 5–7–1
50,959
14 December 20 Cleveland Browns L 13–27 Mile High Stadium 5–8–1
51,001

Standings[edit]

AFC West
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
Oakland Raiders 8 4 2 .667 4–0–2 7–2–2 300 293 L1
Kansas City Chiefs 7 5 2 .583 2–3–1 7–3–1 272 244 L2
San Diego Chargers 5 6 3 .455 2–2–2 4–4–3 282 278 W1
Denver Broncos 5 8 1 .385 1–4–1 3–6–1 253 264 L1

Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Floyd Little, AFC Rushing champion

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sports Illustrated, July 26, 2010, The Unexpected Hero by Gary Smith, p.60, Published by Time Inc.

External links[edit]

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