Note: The Finish, Wins, Losses, and Ties columns list regular season results and exclude any post-season play.
|Super Bowl Champions (1970–present)||Conference Champions||Division Champions||Wild Card Berth|
|AFL/NFL Season||Team's season||League||Conference||Division||Regular season||Post-season results||Awards|
|1962||1962||AFL||West||2nd||7||7||0||Jack Faulkner (Coach of the Year)|
|1977||1977||NFL||AFC||West||1st||12||2||0||Won Divisional Playoffs (Steelers)
Won Conference Championship (Raiders)
Lost Super Bowl XII (Cowboys)
|Red Miller (AFC Coach of the Year)
Craig Morton (Comeback Player of the Year)
|1978||1978||NFL||AFC||West||1st||10||6||0||Lost Divisional Playoffs (Steelers)||Randy Gradishar (Defensive Player of the Year)|
|1979||1979||NFL||AFC||West||2nd||10||6||0||Lost Wild card Playoffs (Oilers)|
|1983||1983||NFL||AFC||West||3rd||9||7||0||Lost Wild card Playoffs (Seahawks)|
|1984||1984||NFL||AFC||West||1st||13||3||0||Lost Divisional Playoffs (Steelers)|
|1986||1986||NFL||AFC||West||1st||11||5||0||Won Divisional Playoffs (Patriots)
Won Conference Championship (Browns) c
Lost Super Bowl XXI (Giants)
|1987d||1987||NFL||AFC||West||1st||10||4||1||Won Divisional Playoffs (Oilers)
Won Conference Championship (Browns) e
Lost Super Bowl XXII (Redskins)
|John Elway (NFL MVP)|
|1989||1989||NFL||AFC||West||1st||11||5||0||Won Divisional Playoffs (Steelers)
Won Conference Championship (Browns)
Lost Super Bowl XXIV (49ers)
|Dan Reeves (AFC Coach of the Year)|
|1991||1991||NFL||AFC||West||1st||12||4||0||Won Divisional Playoffs (Oilers)
Lost Conference Championship (Bills)
|Dan Reeves (AFC Coach of the Year)
Mike Croel (Defensive Rookie of the Year)
|1993||1993||NFL||AFC||West||3rd||9||7||0||Lost Wild card Playoffs (Raiders)|
|1996||1996||NFL||AFC||West||1st||13||3||0||Lost Divisional Playoffs (Jaguars)||Terrell Davis (Offensive Player of the Year)|
|1997||1997||NFL||AFC||West||2nd||12||4||0||Won Wild card Playoffs (Jaguars)
Won Divisional Playoffs (Chiefs)
Won Conference Championship (Steelers)
Won Super Bowl XXXII (Packers)
|Terrell Davis (Super Bowl MVP)|
|1998||1998||NFL||AFC||West||1st||14||2||0||Won Division Playoffs (Dolphins)
Won Conference Championship (Jets)
Won Super Bowl XXXIII (Falcons)
|Terrell Davis (NFL MVP)
(Offensive Player of the Year)
John Elway (Super Bowl MVP)
|2000||2000||NFL||AFC||West||2nd||11||5||0||Lost Wild card Playoffs (Ravens)||Mike Anderson (Offensive Rookie of the Year)|
|2002||2002||NFL||AFC||West||2nd||9||7||0||Clinton Portis (Offensive Rookie of the Year)|
|2003||2003||NFL||AFC||West||2nd||10||6||0||Lost Wild card Playoffs (Colts)|
|2004||2004||NFL||AFC||West||2nd||10||6||0||Lost Wild card Playoffs (Colts)|
|2005||2005||NFL||AFC||West||1st||13||3||0||Won Division Playoffs (Patriots)
Lost Conference Championship (Steelers)
|2011||2011||NFL||AFC||West||1st||8||8||0||Won Wild card Playoffs (Steelers) (OT)
Lost Division Playoffs (Patriots)
|Tim Tebow (GMC Never Say Never Award)
Von Miller (Defensive Rookie of the Year)
|2012||2012||NFL||AFC||West||1st||13||3||0||Lost Division Playoffs (Ravens)||Peyton Manning (Comeback Player of the Year)|
|Total||419||375||10||(1960–2012, includes only regular season)|
|18||17||--||(1960–2012, includes only playoffs)|
|437||392||10||(1960–2012, includes both regular season and playoffs; 2 NFL Championships)|
^a As a result of the AFL-NFL Merger, the league was broken into two conferences, with the AFL teams moving into the American Football Conference.
^b Due to the 1982 strike-shortened season, the league was broken up into two conferences instead of its normal divisional alignment.
^c This game included The Drive, where Elway led the Broncos on a 98 yard drive to tie the game with less than a minute left.
^d The strike of 1987 reduced the regular season schedule from sixteen to fifteen games.
^e This game included The Fumble where Browns running back Earnest Byner fumbled at the Broncos 3-yard line, enabling the Broncos to win the game.
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