In general, which league has more exciting playoffs?

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Broncos -- unstoppable or vulnerable?

Hours after the Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints extended their unbeaten runs, the equally loss-free Denver Broncos stayed that way with a win over the Dallas Cowboys. No surprise, right? Well, on one hand, it was yet another offensive outburst for Peyton Manning and his crew; their 51 points moved them to 230 on the year (46 per game). Still, Denver fell behind 14-0 and allowed 48 points -- all part of a give-and-take shootout that became the NFL's second-highest-scoring regulation game since the merger. And if it weren't for one of Tony Romo's signature late INTs, perhaps Dallas would have won.

  • What do you make of the Broncos' last-second 51-48 win at Dallas?

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  • When will the Broncos lose their first game?

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  • How many games will the Broncos win this season?

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  • Peyton Manning has thrown a record 20 TD passes in his first five games (on pace for 64). How many will he throw this season?

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  • The Broncos are averaging 46 points per game (on pace for 736). How many points will they score this season?

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  • Excluding the Broncos, which is the AFC's best team?

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  • Which team will win the NFC East?

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  • Will Tony Romo win any of his future playoff games?

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