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Mapping out the Blueprint for a Denver Broncos Super Bowl Run in 2013-2014

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Mapping out the Blueprint for a Denver Broncos Super Bowl Run in 2013-2014
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In 2012, the Denver Broncos came within two games of making the Super Bowl.  Next year, they will be looking to go all the way.

After bringing in veteran quarterback Peyton Manning through free agency and improving the defensive line by drafting Derek Wolfe in the offseason, the Broncos came into the season improved on both sides of the ball.  Denver's offseason acquisitions paid off as the Broncos offense ranked fifth in the league, while the defense came in second.

Averaging 30.1 points per game on offense and 3.25 sacks on defense on their way to a 13-3 regular season record, the Broncos dominated for much of the regular season.  Much like the 1996 season, however, the Broncos lost in the first round of the playoffs in heartbreaking fashion to the Baltimore Ravens, 38-35 in double overtime, ending their season.

Moving forward, the blueprint for a successful season is in place.  With another strong offseason, the Broncos can build on the 2012 season.

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