The Denver Broncos set an NFL record for Super Bowl losses on February 2, 2014, having lost five of the big games. The Broncos suffered their fifth loss to the Seattle Seahawks, who captured their first Super Bowl win.
The Broncos lost Super Bowl XII to the Dallas Cowboys, XXI to the New York Giants, XXII to the Washington Redskins, XXIV to the San Francisco 49ers, and XLIV to the Seattle Seahawks. Of Denver's five losses, three have been lopsided blow-outs, including the most recent 43-8 loss to Seattle. During the Broncos' most dominant years with John Elway at quarterback, the Broncos won two consecutive Super Bowls, XXXII and XXXIII..