Champ Bailey provided a glimmer of hope to Denver’s staggered secondary Wednesday when he practiced without limitations for the first time since Aug. 15.
The Denver Broncos put up 51 points on Dallas, the same amount the Jacksonville Jaguars have managed to score all season.
Broncos cornerback Chris Harris sustained a concussion and didn’t return for the second half of Denver’s game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Champ Bailey is torn between gratitude and regret as he watches the Denver Broncos steamrolling opponents without him.
Kayvon Webster has risen up Denver’s depth chart as quickly as he climbed up the Broncos’ draft board, and not just because of injuries in the secondary, either.
When a defense in the NFL can stuff the run like the Broncos have been doing so far this season, it certainly makes things easier for the secondary.
Yes, there were a few flaws among all those touchdowns. Because they’re facing a short work week, the Broncos will only receive a small “corrections reel” that details mistakes they made in their latest runaway win over Oakland.
After two phenomenal performances by Peyton Manning and company – including a shellacking of the defending Super Bowl champions – take a moment to study the stats and appreciate just how great Denver is playing.
The Denver Broncos finished the 2012 regular season as the NFL’s hottest team and nothing has changed this year.
So it’s absurd to think Peyton Manning can keep this up, a pace to throw for 112 touchdowns and 7,392 yards this season. Don’t laugh. Defenses sure aren’t.