Relive four of the greatest moments in Denver football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1998 Super Bowl XXXII vs Green Bay - First championship
1987 AFC Championship vs Cleveland - The Drive
1999 Super Bowl XXXIII vs Atlanta - Consecutive rings
2006 AFC Divisional Round vs New England - Bailey's interception
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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1998 Super Bowl XXXII
Denver vs Green Bay
31 - 24
25 January, 1998
SuperBowl XXXII was one of the biggest upsets of all time. Late in the 3rd, the Broncos were pinned on their own 8 yd line. Elway took them 92 yds for the TD and the lead. The most memorable play was Elway diving for a 1st down and getting hit so hard that his body helicoptered in the air.
1987 AFC Championship
Denver vs Cleveland
23 - 20
11 January, 1987
With under 5 minutes to go in the 1986 AFC Championship the Broncos were down a touchdown and starting from their own 2 yard line. Elway led Denver 98 yards for the touchdown in what is now know as "The Drive". The Broncos went on to win the game 23-20 in overtime and advance to the Super Bowl.
1999 Super Bowl XXXIII
Denver vs Atlanta
34 - 19
31 January, 1999
In 1999 the Broncos capped the winningest three-year span in the NFL and became only the 6th team ever to win back-to-back Super Bowls. The Broncos crushed the "Dirty Bird" Atlanta Falcons 34 - 19. John Elway led the team with 336 passing yards, one touchdown in the air and one on the ground.
2006 AFC Divisional Round
Denver vs New England
27 - 13
14 January, 2006
In the 2005 Divisional Playoffs the Broncos were defending a 4 point lead and needed to stop the Patriots. On 3rd and goal the Broncos rushed Tom Brady, who looked for the endzone but found Champ Bailey. Champ returned it to the Patriot's 1 yard line, a 99 yard pick up and a 103 yard total run.