After a year in which he led the team to the AFC Championship and Super Bowl appearance, Denver Broncos head coach John Fox was rewarded recently with a three-year contract extension. With this, and the tremendous moves the team has made in the offseason, you would assume that the goal in 2014 is to win the Super Bowl or bust, and Fox recently made it known, more or less, that that’s exactly what the plan is.
“I’m proud of what our teams have accomplished, but our expectations are much greater as we pursue the Super Bowl championship that our fans deserve,” Fox said. “We got closer this past year, but we came up short. So right now all the eggs are in the basket for ’14 and doing everything we can to bring that championship back here to Denver.”
Actually, you can’t even assume that nothing less than a Super Bowl will be expected, it will more than likely be demanded.
The team made the necessary moves to address some of the needs, especially on the defensive side of the ball with the acquisitions of DeMarcus Ware and Aqib Talib.