You can now relive the Broncos' first Super Bowl championship in its entirety with the full game available on YouTube.
After falling in Super Bowls XII, XXI, XXII and XXIV, Denver finally triumphed in Super Bowl XXXII. Quarterback John Elway also broke through after 14 seasons, receiving the ultimate postgame praise from Owner Pat Bowlen, who proclaimed, "This one's for John!"
The game itself was a memorable battle between the defending champion Green Bay Packers, led by quarterback Brett Favre. Green Bay was favored by 11 points heading into the game, but Denver's balanced offense and defense proved too much to handle for the Packers. Running back Terrell Davis earned Super Bowl MVP honors with 157 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns, capping an exception postseason run in which he averaged 145.3 rushing yards and two touchdowns over four games.
Relive the magic:
Check out pictures from the Broncos' 31-24 win over the Packers in Super Bowl XXXII on Jan. 25, 1998.
Super Bowl XXXII Memories
QB John Elway:"When I stood there, looked at everything and listened to it all, I said to myself, 'Man, I can't believe this. All those questions I had been answering for all those years, they were finally answered for good.'"
TE Shannon Sharpe:"We felt we had taken the toughest road to get to the Super Bowl. To go beat the teams that we had to beat to get to that point, I don't really think in anyone's mind we were going to lose this game. I really don't. Everybody's talking about a 10-point, 11-point, two-touchdown underdog. I never saw that."
S Steve Atwater: "So we were a little bit ticked off, and by the time game time came, we were about to explode. It was like a lot of bottled-up frustration being unleashed there once the kickoff started."
K Jason Elam: "The Super Bowl is more of a game within a show. Once you get over all the celebrities hanging out and stealth fighters flying over and all the pregame festivities and all that, it really turns into just a game."
WR Ed McCaffrey: "My kids have burned through a couple of DVD players watching that game alone. What you don't see are the hundreds of plays, if you consider different formations and pass route combinations, which we practiced hundreds if not thousands of times throughout the season but were never called."
DE Alfred Williams: "The Broncos are the beneficiary and I was the beneficiary, but it meant so much more to do it for the state of Colorado and we were able to get it done. It just hit me all at once. I won a national championship in this state, and now I won a Super Bowl in this state."
LB John Mobley: "I'll never forget it. It was fourth-and-6 and we had a bomb blitz. That was kind of our all-out blitz. It was one-on-one; you get whatever man that you got. I knew I had (Mark) Chmura. I knew he was going to run an option route."
LB Glenn Cadrez: "Whoever wrote this script, thank you, this is awesome, because 10 years later we're going to be talking about how great it was, like we're doing now. We were two-touchdown underdogs, and we sat there like we had a royal flush in our hand."
OL Brian Habib: "You couldn't have written it any better if you were going to make a movie or write a book about it – we were 13-point underdogs; John had never won a Super Bowl; the Broncos organization never won a Super Bowl, so it couldn't have been better and it was such a privilege to be part of it."