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Hulk75
06-06-2006, 09:30 AM
If any of you were woundering about how Kubiak makes a difference, look at this might make you feel a little better............Now correct me if I am wrong but 1996 was Kubiaks 1st year as a coach? Now it was not just him BUT they stayed pretty consistant in the win section, 2005 they were 13-3..........3 of the 10 years he was there they were under 10 wins only 3 times-2 of those times they had 9 and 8 wins. Just trying to throw around some possative stuff around......:redtowel:



History


Franchise History
Year Team
1970-present Denver Broncos (NFL)
1960-1969 Denver Broncos (AFL)
Retired Numbers
Num Player
7 John Elway
18 Frank Tripucka
44 Floyd Little


Championship History
Post Season Play Championships
League
Championships 2 - 1997 (Super Bowl), 1998 (Super Bowl)
Conference
Championships 6 - 1977 (AFC), 1986 (AFC), 1987 (AFC), 1989 (AFC), 1997 (AFC), 1998 (AFC)
Division
Championships 9 - 1977 (AFC West), 1978 (AFC West), 1984 (AFC West), 1986 (AFC West), 1987 (AFC West), 1989 (AFC West), 1991 (AFC West), 1996 (AFC West), 1998 (AFC West)
Playoff
Appearances 16 - 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2004


Year by Year Results
Year W L T Finish
2004 10 6 0 2nd
2003 10 6 0 2nd
2002 9 7 0 2nd
2001 8 8 0 3rd
2000 11 5 0 2nd
1999 6 10 0 5th
1998 14 2 0 1st
1997 12 4 0 2nd
1996 13 3 0 1st
1995 8 8 0 4th
1994 7 9 0 4th
1993 9 7 0 3rd
1992 8 8 0 3rd
1991 12 4 0 1st
1990 5 11 0 5th
1989 11 5 0 1st
1988 8 8 0 2nd
1987 10 4 1 1st
1986 11 5 0 1st
1985 11 5 0 2nd
1984 13 3 0 1st
1983 9 7 0 3rd
1982 2 7 0 12th
1981 10 6 0 2nd
1980 8 8 0 4th
1979 10 6 0 2nd
1978 10 6 0 1st
1977 12 2 0 1st
1976 9 5 0 2nd
1975 6 8 0 2nd
1974 7 6 1 2nd
1973 7 5 2 2nd
1972 5 9 0 3rd
1971 4 9 1 4th
1970 5 8 1 3rd
1969 5 8 1 4th
1968 5 9 0 4th
1967 3 11 0 4th
1966 4 10 0 4th
1965 4 10 0 4th
1964 2 11 1 4th
1963 2 1 1 4th
1962 7 7 0 2nd
1961 3 11 0 3rd
1960 4 9 1 4th
Totals 349 317 10 Win %: .524
Coaching History
Years Coach Record
1995-present Mike Shanahan 108-64-0
1993-1994 Wade Phillips 16-17-0
1981-1992 Dan Reeves 117-79-1
1977-1980 Red Miller 42-25-0
1972-1976 John Ralston 34-33-3
1971 Jerry Smith 2-3-0
1967-1971 Lou Saban 20-42-3
1966 Ray Malavasi 4-8-0
1964-1966 Mac Speedie 6-19-1
1962-1964 Jack Faulkner 9-22-1
1960-1961 Frank Filchock 7-20-1

El Tejano
06-06-2006, 01:28 PM
I care about results and results always had them in 1st, 2nd and 3rd alot.

El Tejano
06-06-2006, 01:54 PM
It is far better than what we got now. And I will take it.

MorKnolle
06-06-2006, 10:46 PM
I believe Shanahan and Kubiak started with Denver in 1995, so that 8-8 is on them as well. They were with the 49ers for one year (1994) in which they went 13-3 and won the Super Bowl (Shanahan was OC, Kubiak was QB coach that year), then they came to Denver in 1995. It has still been an impressive run, and their offense has been the #1 rushing offense and #1 scoring offense over that 11 year period.

Vinny
06-07-2006, 01:57 PM
I cleaned this thread up so that it is no longer driven off-topic via trolling and reponses to the trolling. Please drive safely.

Hulk75
06-07-2006, 02:28 PM
3rd 3rd then Kubes 1st year they finished 8-8............

Then the next year-BAM-13-3, then 12-4, then 14-2. (Elway era)
Then with Plummer-8-8, 9-7, 10-6, 10-6 and 13-3. And I believe that Carr is better then Plummer and we are going to see it this year.

I am telling you that this guy knows how to run a football team, a winning one at that, he knows what he needs to get it done, this is not going to be the same team next year, we are in good hands..........How many of you would take 8-8 this year?



We are going to win 10 though!:cool:

santo
06-07-2006, 02:38 PM
3rd 3rd then Kubes 1st year they finished 8-8............

Then the next year-BAM-13-3, then 12-4, then 14-2. (Elway era)
Then with Plummer-8-8, 9-7, 10-6, 10-6 and 13-3. And I believe that Carr is better then Plummer and we are going to see it this year.

I am telling you that this guy knows how to run a football team, a winning one at that, he knows what he needs to get it done, this is not going to be the same team next year, we are in good hands..........How many of you would take 8-8 this year?



We are going to win 10 though!:cool:




I would take 8-8, but I would not be surprised to see 11-12 wins this season

mancunian
06-07-2006, 02:45 PM
I would take 8-8, but I would not be surprised to see 11-12 wins this season

I'd like it but I think that might to big a jump from 2 -14. I'd take any thing from 7 -9, 8-8, 9-7. But realistically it will be 8 -8.

Texans86
06-07-2006, 02:57 PM
I'd like it but I think that might to big a jump from 2 -14. I'd take any thing from 7 -9, 8-8, 9-7. But realistically it will be 8 -8.

Wow, you people are optimistic. Realistically, I'm feeling a five win season, maybe six.

Double Barrel
06-07-2006, 03:00 PM
I'm hoping for an 8-8 record in Kubiak's first season. And I don't think it's that much of a stretch, considering that we made it to 7-9 in our third year. Last season the wheels fell off for various reasons, so I'm believing that was the exception rather than the rule.

But realistically, 6-10 is probably still a pretty decent season considering all the changes we've experienced.

Bobo
06-07-2006, 03:05 PM
I cleaned this thread up so that it is no longer driven off-topic via trolling and reponses to the trolling. Please drive safely.

And I've cleaned up my bookmarks as well. :hunter:

bayoudreamn
06-07-2006, 07:53 PM
I'm hoping for an 8-8 record in Kubiak's first season. And I don't think it's that much of a stretch, considering that we made it to 7-9 in our third year. Last season the wheels fell off for various reasons, so I'm believing that was the exception rather than the rule.

But realistically, 6-10 is probably still a pretty decent season considering all the changes we've experienced.

Maybe I'm overly optimistic but I think attitude is an incredibly powerful enabler. I can't see this team allowing anything less than 8-8. I think this coach will create so much will in his team that we won't recognize the team we see from the first preseason on.
Not to say anything negative about previous coaches, I just think this group is simply that much better.

Double Barrel
06-07-2006, 07:57 PM
Maybe I'm overly optimistic but I think attitude is an incredibly powerful enabler. I can't see this team allowing anything less than 8-8. I think this coach will create so much will in his team that we won't recognize the team we see from the first preseason on.
Not to say anything negative about previous coaches, I just think this group is simply that much better.

yeah, I hope you're right. Attitude is a big factor.

My main concern is that we are implementing completely new offensive and defensive schemes, and finding success in the first year is a pretty tall order. I don't want Texans fans getting their hopes up too high, because we've got to keep the big picture in perspective. 8-8 does seem possible, though, and not in a pie-in-the-sky sort of way.

mapleleaf
06-07-2006, 10:55 PM
Well an 8-8 it pretty much what I can expect from a good coach who has just started coaching inagurally. Though I don't expect any Playoff runs out of him though, if I do then it's probably a BIG BIG BIG miracle.