1967 Denver Broncos season
|1967 Denver Broncos season|
|Head coach||Lou Saban|
|General manager||Lou Saban|
|Home field||Bears Stadium|
|Division place||4th AFL Western|
|Playoff finish||did not qualify|
The 1967 Denver Broncos season was the eighth season for the team in the American Football League (AFL). The team posted a record of three wins and eleven losses. They finished last in the AFL's Western division. Floyd Little was team captain in his rookie season.
On August 5, the Broncos played the Detroit Lions in an exhibition game. The Broncos beat the Lions by a score of 13–7 and became the first AFL team to beat an NFL team.
Before the season, the Broncos changed from orange helmets to blue helmets.
|1967 Denver Broncos staff|
|1||September 3, 1967||Boston Patriots||W 26–21||Bears Stadium||1–0||
|2||September 10, 1967||at Oakland Raiders||L 0–51||Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum||1–1||
|3||September 17, 1967||at Miami Dolphins||L 21–35||Miami Orange Bowl||1–2||
|4||September 24, 1967||New York Jets||L 24–38||Bears Stadium||1–3||
|5||October 1, 1967||at Houston Oilers||L 6–10||Rice Stadium||1–4||
|6||October 8, 1967||Buffalo Bills||L 16–17||Bears Stadium||1–5||
|8||October 22, 1967||San Diego Chargers||L 21–38||Bears Stadium||1–6||
|9||October 29, 1967||at Kansas City Chiefs||L 9–52||Municipal Stadium||1–7||
|10||November 5, 1967||Oakland Raiders||L 17–21||Bears Stadium||1–8||
|11||November 12, 1967||Houston Oilers||L 18–20||Bears Stadium||1–9||
|12||November 19, 1967||at Buffalo Bills||W 21–20||War Memorial Stadium||2–9||
|13||November 23, 1967||at San Diego Chargers||L 20–24||San Diego Stadium||2–10||
|14||December 3, 1967||at New York Jets||W 33–24||Shea Stadium||3–10||
|16||December 17, 1967||Kansas City Chiefs||L 24–38||Bears Stadium||3–11||
|AFL Western Division|
|Kansas City Chiefs||9||5||0||.643||2–4||408||254||W3|
|San Diego Chargers||8||5||1||.615||4–2||360||352||L4|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.