|1978 Denver Broncos season|
|Head coach||Red Miller|
|General manager||Fred Gehrke|
|Home field||Mile High Stadium|
|Division place||1st AFC West|
|Playoff finish||Lost AFC Divisional Playoff (Steelers) 10-33|
The 1978 Denver Broncos season was the team's 19th year in professional football and its ninth with the National Football League (NFL). The team finished first in the AFC West, and made the playoffs for the second straight season.
The 1978 coaching staff included 26-year-old Assistant Special Teams/Defensive Assistant coach Bill Belichick. Belichick later won two Super Bowls as defensive coordinator with the New York Giants in 1986 and 1990, and five more as head coach of the New England Patriots in 2001, 2003, 2004, 2014 and 2016.
|1978 Denver Broncos staff|
Special teams coaches
|1978 Denver Broncos roster|
|1||September 3||Oakland Raiders||W 14–6||Mile High Stadium||1–0||
|2||September 11||at Minnesota Vikings||L 9–12 (OT)||Metropolitan Stadium||1–1||
|3||September 17||San Diego Chargers||W 27–14||Mile High Stadium||2–1||
|4||September 24||at Kansas City Chiefs||W 23–17 (OT)||Arrowhead Stadium||3–1||
|5||October 1||Seattle Seahawks||W 28–7||Mile High Stadium||4–1||
|6||October 8||at San Diego Chargers||L 0–23||San Diego Stadium||4–2||
|7||October 16||Chicago Bears||W 16–7||Mile High Stadium||5–2||
|8||October 22||at Baltimore Colts||L 6–7||Memorial Stadium||5–3||
|9||October 29||at Seattle Seahawks||W 20–17 (OT)||Kingdome||6–3||
|10||November 5||New York Jets||L 28–31||Mile High Stadium||6–4||
|11||November 12||at Cleveland Browns||W 19–7||Cleveland Stadium||7–4||
|12||November 19||Green Bay Packers||W 16–3||Mile High Stadium||8–4||
|13||November 23||at Detroit Lions||L 14–17||Pontiac Silverdome||8–5||
|14||December 3||at Oakland Raiders||W 21–6||Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum||9–5||
|15||December 10||Kansas City Chiefs||W 24–3||Mile High Stadium||10–5||
|16||December 16||Pittsburgh Steelers||L 17–24||Mile High Stadium||10–6||
|Divisional Playoffs||December 30||at Pittsburgh Steelers||L 10–33||Three Rivers Stadium||
|San Diego Chargers||9||7||0||.563||5–3||7–5||355||309||W3|
|Kansas City Chiefs||4||12||0||.250||1–7||4–10||243||327||L2|
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