What it was like the last time the Broncos were shut out in 1992

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DENVER -- What could have gone wrong did go wrong for the Broncos on Sunday as they were shut out for the first time since 1992.

Quarterback Trevor Siemian struggled again, turning it over twice. Siemian didn't get much help from the offensive line as he was sacked five times.

Before Sunday's shutout, the Broncos had a 394-game scoring streak, which was the longest active streak in the NFL and the second-longest in the history of the league.

The last time the Broncos were shut out was also in Southern California as they lost to the Los Angeles Raiders, 24-0, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Nov. 22, 1992.

What was the world like the last time the Broncos were shut out?

  • The No. 1 song was "I Will Always Love You."
  • The top comedy TV show was "Roseanne."
  • The top movie that weekend was "Home Alone 2."
  • The average gas price per gallon was $1.10.
  • The president was George H. W. Bush.
  • The top-selling kids toy was the Super Soaker.

And a ticket to that game, in the ninth row of the first level, was $22.

The Broncos were shut out twice in the 1992 season; they also lost to the Philadelphia Eagles, 30-0.

The team finished 8-8 and coach Dan Reeves was fired after the season.