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DENVER BRONCOS Sucks. The Denver Broncos are a professional American football franchise based in Denver. The Broncos compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the league's American Football Conference (AFC) West division.

One month ago Taylor Walden wrote a piece for FANSIDED about TheWorst quarterbacks in Denver Broncos history, part his comments below:

Mickey Slaughter (1963-66) Mickey Slaughter did not spend a whole lot of time in the league, but he took what was given to him in his time with the Denver Broncos. The results were 22 touchdowns and 38 interceptions.

Steve Tensi (1967-70) Tensi would be the final starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos before the NFL-AFL merger. He would only start two games after the merger before calling it a career. His numbers were slightly better than Mickey Slaughter, but the injuries and his inconsistent play put him at this spot on the list.

Kyle Orton (2009-11) It started okay, but ended up being a huge oof. Orton led the Broncos to a 6-0 start in McDaniels’ rookie year as coach. Orton had some great numbers individually. But his 12-21 record as a starter was not going to cut it.

Case Keenum (2018) While he would be the first quarterback since Peyton Manning in 2014 to start all 16 games for the Broncos, he was wildly inconsistent. He would lead the Broncos to a 6-10 record. While he would record a career-high in passing yards in a season, he nearly had the same number of touchdown passes (18) to interceptions (15).

Joe Flacco (2019) Joe Flacco only survived eight starts with the Broncos before his time as a starter, and a Bronco, were over. He would go 2-6 in his starts. He looked like a quarterback who was well past his prime. He threw for over 1,800 yards along with six touchdowns and five interceptions. Every time he led the offense onto the field, it was just a disaster to watch. He was replaced by Brandon Allen after it was revealed that he suffered a collarbone injury and was placed on IR. The former Raven could not soar in Denver.

Paxton Lynch (2016-17) Just seeing him in the game live, I had a feeling he would never work out. And it turns out he never did. A lot of issues all around and losing a starting and backup battle against seventh-round quarterbacks was the final straw.


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Marketing and Sponsorship Assistant says

"I have been working at Denver Broncos for more than a year Cons: 80 hour weeks are average and not a lot of appreciation"

Former Employee - Management says

"I worked at Denver Broncos full-time Cons: Top level needs to be checked."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Denver Broncos full-time Cons: Personal growth can sometimes come slow. Company growth over the top. Don't get to know everybody."

Guest Relations and Sales POC (Current Employee) says

"They treat you OK but have their favorites who seem to get better assignment and advance quicker. I have 20 years more management exp yet not even considered for a leadership role because not part of the in circle Cons: slowly improving pay, possible bad assignment, not valued fully more like an asset"

Ticket Sales Summer Intern (Former Employee) says

"This job entailed strictly cold-calling for prospecting of new owners for club-level tickets. Management didn't much involve themselves with the interns but it was a fun place based on the name brand."

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