1965 Denver Broncos season

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1965 Denver Broncos season
Head coach Mac Speedie
Home field Bears Stadium
Results
Record 4–10
Division place 4th AFL Western
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
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< 1964 1966 >

The 1965 Denver Broncos season was the sixth season for the team in the American Football League (AFL). The team improved slightly from the previous two seasons with a record of four wins, and ten losses. They finished last in the AFL's Western Division.

Personnel[edit]

Staff[edit]

1965 Denver Broncos staff
Front office
  • Chairman of the Board – Gerald Phipps
  • President – Allan R. Phipps
  • Executive Vice President – James H. Burris
  • Director of Player Personnel – Fred Gehrke

Head coaches

Offensive coaches

Defensive coaches



Regular season[edit]

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Record Attendance
1 September 11, 1965 at San Diego Chargers L 31–34 Balboa Stadium 0–1
27,022
2 September 19, 1965 Buffalo Bills L 15–30 Bears Stadium 0–2
30,682
3 September 24, 1965 at Boston Patriots W 27–10 Fenway Park 1–2
26,782
4 October 3, 1965 New York Jets W 16–13 Bears Stadium 2–2
34,988
5 October 10, 1965 Kansas City Chiefs L 23–31 Bears Stadium 2–3
31,001
6 October 17, 1965 Houston Oilers W 28–17 Bears Stadium 3–3
32,492
7 October 24, 1965 at Buffalo Bills L 13–31 War Memorial Stadium 3–4
45,046
8 October 31, 1965 at New York Jets L 10–45 Shea Stadium 3–5
53,717
9 November 7, 1965 San Diego Chargers L 21–35 Bears Stadium 3–6
33,073
10 November 14, 1965 at Houston Oilers W 31–21 Rice Stadium 4–6
28,126
11 November 21, 1965 Oakland Raiders L 20–28 Bears Stadium 4–7
30,369
13 December 5, 1965 at Oakland Raiders L 13–24 Frank Youell Field 4–8
19,023
14 December 12, 1965 Boston Patriots L 20–28 Bears Stadium 4–9
27,207
15 December 19, 1965 at Kansas City Chiefs L 35–45 Municipal Stadium 4–10
14,421

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