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1975 Denver Broncos season

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1975 Denver Broncos season

1975 Denver Broncos season
Head coach John Ralston
Home field Mile High Stadium
Record 6–8
Division place 2nd AFC West
Playoff finish did not qualify
Previous season      Next season
< 1974      1976 >

The 1975 Denver Broncos season was the team's 16th year in professional football and its sixth with the National Football League. The team finished the season with a losing record and did not make the playoffs with six wins and eight losses.

Regular season


Week Date Opponent Result Game site Record Attendance
1 September 21 Kansas City Chiefs W 37–33 Mile High Stadium 1–0
2 September 29 Green Bay Packers W 23–13 Mile High Stadium 2–0
3 October 5 at Buffalo Bills L 14–38 Rich Stadium 2–1
4 October 12 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 9–20 Three Rivers Stadium 2–2
5 October 19 Cleveland Browns W 16–15 Mile High Stadium 3–2
6 October 26 at Kansas City Chiefs L 13–26 Arrowhead Stadium 3–3
7 November 26 Oakland Raiders L 17–42 Mile High Stadium 3–4
8 November 9 Cincinnati Bengals L 16–17 Mile High Stadium 3–5
9 November 16 at San Diego Chargers W 27–17 San Diego Stadium 4–5
10 November 23 at Atlanta Falcons L 21–35 Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium 4–6
11 November 30 San Diego Chargers W 13–10 (OT) Mile High Stadium 5–6
12 December 8 at Oakland Raiders L 10–17 Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 5–7
13 December 14 Philadelphia Eagles W 25–10 Mile High Stadium 6–7
14 December 20 at Miami Dolphins L 13–14 Miami Orange Bowl 6–8



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