The Denver Broncos are as complete a team as the NFL has to offer, with Peyton Manning’s pinpoint passes and Von Miller’s sack-strips setting the tone for a squad that hasn’t lost in two months.
Tight ends are no longer an afterthought in Denver’s passing game. In 2009, they had all of 27 catches. Last year, that number was just 30 – not a single one of them in the end zone.
Peyton Manning threw for 285 yards with touchdowns to Jacob Tamme and Demaryius Thomas in a 17-9 victory, the Broncos’ sixth straight. Brady Quinn threw for just 126 yards with an interception as Kansas City lost its eighth straight game.
Peyton Manning threw for 285 yards and two touchdowns, and the Denver Broncos rallied to beat the woeful Kansas City Chiefs 17-9 on Sunday for their sixth straight win.
It was early November in Cincinnati. The Broncos quarterback dropped back to pass and found a receiver open for a 30-yard gain.
Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis isn’t the only one haunted by the “Immaculate Deflection.” So is Brandon Stokley.
Colorado native and former Colorado State star Joel Dreessen has quickly become a top target for Peyton Manning in the Broncos’ high-scoring offense.
The Denver Broncos made it through their treacherous front-loaded schedule undeterred if not unscathed.
Over their first five games, the Broncos have scrapped for 13 fumbles – seven by their own offense, six when the defense is on the field. Of those 13, the Broncos have recovered two.
In a 31-25 loss to Houston on Sunday, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning threw 26 incompletions, the most he’s had in a single game over his 15-year career.