Denver Broncos: Top 15 acquisitions of the decade

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Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

Several members of Predominantly Orange came together and created a list of the top 15 acquisitions by the Denver Broncos during the 2010 decade.

The Denver Broncos were up and down as a team throughout the 2010 decade. It started with the drafting of quarterback Tim Tebow and wide receiver Demaryius Thomas in the first round of the 2010 draft.

The following year’s first round was was a game changer, as they selected OLB Von Miller with the second overall pick.

A couple of years later, the team made it to their first Super Bowl since the 1990’s, but fell to the Seattle Seahawks in a blowout score of 43-8. It was such a disappointing game because of what the team had done in the regular season, setting a new single-season record for points scored.

The Broncos made it back to the Super Bowl three years later in what would be a tremendous game, as they beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10. Following the victory, the quarterback who had led the team to the Promised Land—Peyton Manning—called it a career

During the 2010’s, the Broncos were able to acquire some phenomenal players through the draft, free agency, trades, undrafted free agency, waivers, practice squad, and even on reserve/futures deals.

Members of the Predominantly Orange staff came together and thought up a top-15 acquisitions list for the decade. Check them out!

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