NFL Announces Three Denver Broncos Games On Youtube

Feb 7, 2016; Santa Clara, CA, USA; Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) looks at the Vince Lombardi Trophy after beating the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 at Levi
Feb 7, 2016; Santa Clara, CA, USA; Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) looks at the Vince Lombardi Trophy after beating the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 at Levi /

The Denver Broncos will have three of their best games uploaded on the NFL’s Youtube account as part of the 96 most memorable games in NFL History.

Was there a play during a big game for your team that you missed? Were you not around during the time that the game was originally aired? Well, for Denver Broncos fans and fans of the other 31 NFL teams, they will get that chance to see it.

The NFL has announced that they will upload 96 of the most memorable games in NFL History. In order to make things fair, the NFL will split the games among the 32 teams, meaning each team gets three games each.

The progress started with 160 games and has been limited down. These games will appear on the channel in August in conjunction to the start of the NFL Preseason.

Here are the three games that were chosen by the fans for the Denver Broncos to be uploaded to Youtube next month. What I will also do is provide a bit of a recap on each of the three games.

Super Bowl 50: Denver Broncos vs. Carolina Panthers

This comes as no surprise. This is the most recent game to have been played and was a historical game as it was the 50th installment of the Super Bowl. It marked the Denver Broncos’ third Super Bowl title and first since the 1998-99 season.

Led by a huge defensive effort, the No. 1 Defense of the Broncos shut down the No. 1 offense of the Carolina Panthers. Von Miller, who would go on to win the Super Bowl MVP, got to Cam Newton and forced two turnovers that led to 14 points.

It was a game in which the team did not need Manning to be perfect by any means. But it did lead to a long awaited Super Bowl title. And the famous words by GM John Elway… “This One’s For Pat!”

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Super Bowl 32: Denver Broncos vs. Green Bay Packers

The first Super Bowl that the Denver Broncos won in franchise history. It was the first game I ever watched, so it was memorable to me. Broncos fans got to see John Elway win his first ring. It marked the first of a back-to-back championship run.

The game will mostly be remembered for the John Elway helicopter spin and the 4th down pass by Brett Favre that was deflected by John Mobley.

The Denver Broncos fans finally got to celebrate a Super Bowl win after waiting for so long and many Super Bowl disappointments. And we can never forget… “This One’s for John!”

The Drive: 1986 AFC Championship Game: Denver Broncos vs. Cleveland Browns

If you were to ask any Denver Broncos fan if they can name the top five games of all time, I am sure this game will be on their list. Perhaps one of the most memorable games of all time, the Browns and Broncos faced off in Cleveland for the right to go to the Super Bowl.

John Elway led the Broncos offense down 98 yards for the game tying score and the Broncos ended up winning the game in overtime. It would be the first of two games between these two teams that would haunt Browns fans. The Fumble would follow the following year.

I never saw the game myself, so this will be the first game that I will be watching. I cannot wait for it.

Look out for these games to be uploaded in August. Which game are you looking forward to watching? Leave your comments below.