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.
Denver dominated Oakland early and consistently out-played and out-physicaled the Raiders the entire game Thursday night.
The Denver Broncos are the NFL’s hottest team, winning seven straight games, including Sunday’s 31-23 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. When they fly to Oakland this week, Denver will face their polar opposites in the Raiders, who have lost five straight.
With their sixth straight victory Sunday, the Denver Broncos are in complete control of their division. Of course, their division rivals losing only helps matters.
Denver has clearly been the class of the AFC West through seven games, but San Diego and Oakland are hanging around.
Denver’s most difficult schedule in the NFL has been front-loaded with their toughest opponents, and it should get easier very soon.
The Denver Broncos have proven they are the top team in the AFC West through six games, and with the Chiefs and Raiders floundering, the division is shaping up as a two-horse race.
After the Denver Broncos 37-6 rout of the Oakland Raiders last Sunday it appears Peyton Manning and his receivers are getting on the same page.
David Bruton is special not only because he’s worked tirelessly to become a professional football player, but because he gave back to his community by becoming a high school teacher during the NFL lockout as well.
Dogged by interceptions one week and incompletions the next, Peyton Manning was simply incredible Sunday in leading the Denver Broncos to their biggest blowout of the Oakland Raiders in nearly a half-century.