Denver, CO (PRWEB) July 05, 2013
The Denver Broncos went on a wild adventure in 2011 with quarterback Tim Tebow leading the way. The Broncos never had a chance of winning the Super Bowl that year, and the Patriots finished them off in the divisional round of the playoffs. However, the Broncos beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the wildcard round that sent the city into an outburst. Although Tebow lit up the fans that year with all of his excitement, the coaching staff still felt they needed a new quarterback. That is when the team sought after four-time MVP winner Peyton Manning. Unlike Tebow, Manning has always been able to move the ball efficiently on the field and through the air. Even without playing in the 2011 season due to a neck injury, Manning was signed on to the Broncos with a $96 million dollar salary over five years. This change of quarterbacks has so far led to huge success for the Broncos. The team won 13 games in the 2012 regular season, which was a great improvement from the 8-8 record they held the year before. Their 2012 season ended in despair when the Baltimore Ravens and eventual Super Bowl champions beat the Broncos in a thrilling double overtime win. Even with the loss last season, Manning brings optimism to Denver fans for the 2013 season that not just anyone can do. In 2012 Manning finished second in MVP voting to Adrien Peterson of the Vikings. He accumulated 37 touchdown passes and was intercepted only 11 times, while compiling 4,569 passing yards. His passer rating ranked second in the NFL, and he led the league in yards per attempt, as well as completion percentage. Along with his great statistics, Manning is also known for being a great teammate and bringing the best out in people. He was a great addition to the Broncos, and they are grateful to have him. To read more about Peyton and the Broncos in the 2013 season, visit http://www.Broncos-Tickets.org. Here customers can find the lowest prices on the web for Broncos tickets and great customer service, as well as a social media fan hub to stay connected.