1964 Denver Broncos season
The 1964 Denver Broncos season was the fifth season for the team in the American Football League (AFL). For the second straight season, they finished with a record of two wins, eleven losses, and one tie, and finished last in the AFL's Western Division.
|1964 Denver Broncos season|
|Head coach||Jack Faulkner|
|General manager||Jack Faulkner|
|Home field||Bears Stadium|
|Division place||4th AFL Western|
|Playoff finish||Did not qualify|
In March 1964, the Chicago Sun-Times reported that then Chicago White Sox owner Arthur Allyn, Jr. planned to purchase the Broncos and move the franchise to Chicago where they would play at Comiskey Park. Both Allyn and Broncos president Cal Kunz denied the deal and the Broncos remained in Denver.
|1||September 12||at New York Jets||L 6–30||0–1||Shea Stadium||45,665||Recap|
|2||September 20||at Buffalo Bills||L 13–30||0–2||War Memorial Stadium||28,501||Recap|
|3||September 27||Houston Oilers||L 17–38||0–3||Bears Stadium||22,651||Recap|
|4||October 4||Boston Patriots||L 10–39||0–4||Bears Stadium||15,485||Recap|
|5||October 11||Kansas City Chiefs||W 33–27||1–4||Bears Stadium||16,285||Recap|
|6||October 18||at San Diego Chargers||L 14–42||1–5||Balboa Stadium||23,332||Recap|
|7||October 25||at Oakland Raiders||L 7–40||1–6||Frank Youell Field||17,858||Recap|
|8||November 1||at Kansas City Chiefs||L 39–49||1–7||Municipal Stadium||15,053||Recap|
|9||November 8||San Diego Chargers||L 20–31||1–8||Bears Stadium||19,670||Recap|
|10||November 15||New York Jets||W 20–16||2–8||Bears Stadium||11,309||Recap|
|11||November 20||at Boston Patriots||L 7–12||2–9||Fenway Park||24,979||Recap|
|12||November 29||Oakland Raiders||T 20–20||2–9–1||Bears Stadium||15,958||Recap|
|14||December 13||Buffalo Bills||L 19–30||2–10–1||Bears Stadium||14,431||Recap|
|15||December 20||at Houston Oilers||L 15–34||2–11–1||Jeppesen Stadium||15,839||Recap|
Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.
|AFL Western Division|
|San Diego Chargers||8||5||1||.615||4–2||341||300||L2|
|Kansas City Chiefs||7||7||0||.500||4–2||366||306||W2|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.