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1974 Denver Broncos season

1974 Denver Broncos season
Head coach John Ralston
Home field Mile High Stadium
Results
Record 7–6–1
Division place 2nd AFC West
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1973      1975 >

The 1974 Denver Broncos season was the team's 15th year in professional football and its fifth with the National Football League. The team finished the season with a winning record for the second straight season with seven wins, six losses, and one tie.

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Record Attendance
1 September 15 Los Angeles Rams L 10–17 Mile High Stadium 0–1
51,121
2 September 22 Pittsburgh Steelers T 35–35 (OT) Mile High Stadium 0–1–1
51,068
3 September 30 at Washington Redskins L 30–3 RFK Stadium 0–2–1
54,395
4 October 6 at Kansas City Chiefs W 17–14 Arrowhead Stadium 1–2–1
67,298
5 October 13 New Orleans Saints W 33–17 Mile High Stadium 2–2–1
50,881
6 October 20 San Diego Chargers W 27–7 Mile High Stadium 3–2–1
50,928
7 October 27 at Cleveland Browns L 21–23 Cleveland Stadium 3–3–1
60,478
8 November 3 Oakland Raiders L 17–28 Mile High Stadium 3–4–1
45,946
9 November 10 at Baltimore Colts W 17–6 Memorial Stadium 4–4–1
33,244
10 November 18 Kansas City Chiefs L 34–42 Mile High Stadium 4–5–1
50,236
11 November 24 at Oakland Raiders W 20–17 Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 5–5–1
51,224
12 November 28 at Detroit Lions W 31–27 Tiger Stadium 6–5–1
51,157
13 December 8 Houston Oilers W 37–14 Mile High Stadium 7–5–1
46,942
14 December 15 at San Diego Chargers L 0–17 San Diego Stadium 7–6–1
36,571

Standings

References

  • Broncos on Pro Football Reference
  • Broncos Schedule on jt-sw.com

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