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Friday, October 26, 2012

The Broncos are starting to come together, but how far can they go? A look at their remaining schedule and the AFC West.

The Broncos and Peyton Manning are starting to get things together in Denver.  They should win their division easy, the big question is how far can they go in the postseason.

Here's a look at their remaining schedule, predictions and a look at the rest of their division.






New Orleans - Manning has the offense coming together and the Saints defense is terrible.  Manning wins this one.

@ Cincinnati - I think the young Bengals team has enough talent to win this one.  It should be a great game but the Bengals win.

@ Carolina - The Panthers and Cam Newton are a huge disappointment.  I expect a lot of changes in Carolina this offseason.  Manning goes to Carolina and wins.

San Diego - This will be a good division match-up.  San Diego does not have enough talent to win a Super Bowl and that's all that should matter.  Manning wins this game.

@ KC - Brady Quinn vs Peyton Manning?  This is a joke right?  Manning wins.

Tampa - The Bucs are building something in Tampa, they're just not ready yet.  Manning wins this one.

@ Oakland - The Raiders are, well the Raiders.  Expect penalties, turnovers and miss assignments as the Broncos win.

@ Baltimore - This should be an interesting game.  How well does Manning have the offense playing?  How much does the Ravens defense have left in the tank?  What does Flacco think of a truly elite QB?  I'll go with Baltimore at home, but wouldn't be surprised either way.

Cleveland - The Browns have a lot of work to do and not enough talent to win anytime soon. Broncos win.

KC - Quinn travels to Denver and gets beat by Peyton.


Peyton Manning is starting to get his offense on a roll in Denver.  The defense is not playing as well as they did last year but they're doing ok.  I expect Manning to continue to improve and lead the Broncos to an 11-5 season.  I don't think anyone gets past Houston this season, but it's a great comeback for Peyton.


Here's a look at the rest of their division:

San Diego (8-8)

Oakland (6-10)
KC (2-14)


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By 
Scott King
@fballxtrpoints

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