Aaron Rosenbaum is the founder of Experience Local, an online marketing, Web design, and property management operation based in Denver, Colorado. In addition, Aaron Rosenbaum is an avid supporter of Colorado sports teams, including the Denver Broncos.
The 2015 Denver Broncos earned the franchise its first Super Bowl title since back-to-back championships in 1997 and 1998. The Broncos began the season with a seven-game winning streak, which featured a number of narrow victories, including a 23-20 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4 and an overtime win against the Cleveland Browns two weeks later. Denver finished the regular season with a 12-4 record for the second year in a row.
The Broncos opened the postseason against the Pittsburgh Steelers, taking the divisional match up 23-16 and extending their win streak to three games. The Broncos continued their playoff run against the New England Patriots in the American Football Conference (AFC) Championship. Escaping with a 2-point victory, the Broncos advanced to Super Bowl 50 to face the Carolina Panthers. Once again, the Denver defense overwhelmed the opposition, shutting out the Panthers in the opening quarter on the way to a 24-10 triumph. It was the franchise’s third Super Bowl win.
An experienced entrepreneur, Aaron Rosenbaum founded and has served as owner of Experience Local in Denver, Colorado, for the past year. Outside of his professional pursuits, Aaron Rosenbaum is an avid fan of Colorado sports teams and enjoys following the Denver Broncos.
On August 11, 2016, the Denver Broncos played their first game of the preseason against the Chicago Bears, starting strong after capping off the 2015 season with a Super Bowl championship. Starting quarterback candidate Mark Sanchez brought the team early success after guiding his fellow players through a 76-yard drive that ended in a touchdown reception of 32 yards. Throughout the rest of the first quarter, he went on to complete all but three of the passes that he threw.
Mirroring the success of the offensive line, the Broncos’ defensive rushers continued their strength from the previous season. In the second quarter, rookie player Vontarrius Dora made two sacks on the Bears’ quarterback and caused him to fumble the ball once. The success of these plays perfectly positioned the Broncos to make a field goal that brought the score to 13-0. Both offense and defense remained strong throughout the rest of the game, which led to the Broncos’ impressive victory at 22-0.