Denver Broncos Continue to Do What They Want
It’s similar to playing a game of Madden on rookie; there seems to be nothing that can slow down the game’s best quarterback and the playmakers he has catching the ball.
Going into the fifth week of the season, the Denver Broncos continue to steamroll opposing defenses, led by the greatest four week span we’ve ever seen a quarterback play.
Peyton Manning threw an incredible 16 touchdowns and zero interceptions through the first four weeks, something that’s never been done.
He is by far the best quarterback in the NFL right now and may very well be playing the best football of his life in his 14th season. The receivers that surround him are the best he has ever had, and he has a defense that consistently gets him the ball back.
We may very well be watching the greatest offense of all-time.
Manning is the definition of a field general, and he most always leads his team to victory.
On offense they’ve converted 55.3 percent of their third downs, which is first in the league.
Wes Welker is an absolute freak when it comes to running short routes and catching short passes to move the sticks. It should be interesting to see if he has the same success in Denver that he had with the New England Patriots.
Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker are always getting open deep for Manning and are a huge reason they have had the success they’ve had. Tight end Julius Thomas has proven his worth, reminding me of a young Antonio Gates.
Unless there is an injury to Manning I can’t see anybody slowing them down. They don’t make mistakes and no defense has the personnel to match up against the Broncos’ receivers. Denver is my pick to win the Super Bowl.
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