Denver Broncos Stock Report: Denver outlasts Oakland

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DENVER, CO – DECEMBER 29: Defensive tackle Shelby Harris #96 of the Denver Broncos celebrates with teammates nose tackle Mike Purcell #98 and linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu #97 after he deflected a pass during a two-point conversion attempt in the fourth quarter by the Oakland Raiders at Empower Field at Mile High on December 29, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Raiders 16-15. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

The Denver Broncos would take a thrilling win over the Oakland Raiders to end the season. What does the stock report finale look like? Find out here.

In the 2019 season finale for the Denver Broncos, there was no shortage of excitement, disappointment, and most of all thrills.

The 16-15 Broncos victory over the Raiders was quite the heart-stopper, and quite the emphasis to put on a season that was filled with its own ups and downs. Finishing the season 7-9 and missing the playoffs once again was not the outcome the organization, players, coaches or fans hoped for, but the last victory of the season gave great promise that the Denver Broncos may finally be trending upward post Super Bowl 50.

Realistically speaking, the December 29th victory did not do much for the Broncos overall, considering the fact that they had been eliminated from playoff contention prior to Week 17. If you’re a glass half empty kind of person, you have likely already brought up the point that winning made the Denver Broncos drop in draft position.

While true, a victory ALWAYS feels good, especially over a divisional rival. ESPECIALLY if said divisional rival is playing its’ last game for a city prior to a move. In the last game the Raiders would play for the city of Oakland, the Broncos were able to hand them one last defeat, which will go down in the history books as the last thing the Oakland Raiders would do.

Now, let’s get to the Week 17 stock report.

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