2002 Denver Broncos schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
9-7-0 0-0 6090 3824 2266 27 357 4826 3337 1489 22 298
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The Denver Broncos' forty-third season was in 2002, and it was the eighth season Mike Shanahan served as the head coach of the team. The Broncos played their home games at INVESCO Field at Mile High. They finished the season 9-7-0, 5-3-0 at home and 4-4-0 on the road. At the end of the season, Clinton Portis was awarded with the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year award.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 St. Louis Rams 23-16
Week 2 @ San Francisco 49ers 24-14
Week 3 Buffalo Bills 28-23
Week 4 @ Baltimore Ravens 23-34
Week 5 San Diego Chargers 26-9
Week 6 Miami Dolphins 22-24
Week 7 @ Kansas City Chiefs 37-34
Week 8 @ New England Patriots 24-16
Week 10 Oakland Raiders 10-34
Week 11 @ Seattle Seahawks 31-9
Week 12 Indianapolis Colts 20-23
Week 13 @ San Diego Chargers 27-30
Week 14 @ New York Jets 13-19
Week 15 Kansas City Chiefs 31-24
Week 16 @ Oakland Raiders 16-28
Week 17 Arizona Cardinals 37-7

2002 Denver Broncos Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Mike Shanahan Assistant Head Coach: Alex Gibbs Offensive Coordinator: Gary Kubiak Defensive Coordinator: Ray Rhodes Quarterbacks Coach: Gary Kubiak Wide Receivers Coach: Karl Dorrell Offensive Line Coach: Rick Dennison, Alex Gibbs Running Backs Coach: Bobby Turner Tight Ends Coach: Brian Pariani Offensive Assistant Coach: Anthony Lynn, Pat McPherson Defensive Line Coach: Jacob Burney Linebackers Coach: Larry Coyer Defensive Backs Coach: Ron Milus, David Alexander Gibbs Pass Rush Specialist: Keith Millard Defensive Assistant Coach: Steve Watson Special Teams Coach: Frank Bush Special Teams Assistant Coach: Anthony Lynn Assistant to the Head Coach: George Dyer Strength and Conditioning Coach: Rich Tuten Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Cedric Smith, Greg Saporta General Manager: Ted Sundquist