Broncos fans have sights set on Super Bowl
DENVER — Many fans predicted that the Broncos would beat the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, and they were right.
The cannons at Sports Authority Field at Mile High seemed to fire off every few minutes as the Broncos added points to the board, and fans just couldn’t get enough.
“Manning had three touchdowns passes, our run game was sufficient tonight,” said Broncos fan Nate Comstock.
“My favorite part was when Von Miller sacked the quarterback,” Logan Thomas, another loyal Broncos fan added.
Thousands of fans packed the sold out stadium to watch the Broncos victory. Many of course were decked out in their orange and blue for good luck .
“We are undefeated in the outfit this season, which is great,” said Tom Harrington.
Some fans even brought a little bit of Christmas spirit to the game.
“I’m dressed like Buddy the Elf. Christmas is on Tuesday, you know, we are ready for the festivities,” said Broncos fan Brian Moore.
With a 10 game winning streak, many fans believe the Broncos finally have a great team.
“Well my mom likes Tebow and she wants him back, but Peyton is a little bit better,” said Nicholas Montero.
It’s Peyton Manning that many believe is the reason the Broncos may have a chance to go all the way this season .
“I think they are going to win the Super Bowl,” said Jason Russick.
And for some little ones, like 8-year-old Nicholas Montero, this could be the first time they ever see the Broncos go to a Super Bowl, which of course is a big wish.
It’s a dream all Denver fans are crossing their fingers for as they continue to cheer on their favorite team.
The Broncos are set to play the Kansas City Chiefs next Sunday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
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