Just how good are the Broncos?

Six days after cruising past the Oakland Raiders, the Denver Broncos dispatched an allegedly better team in easier fashion, dropping the Philadelphia Eagles 52-20 at Sports Authority Field. Now, it's early. Just-a-quarter-of-the-way-into-the-season early. But it's hard to ignore just how dominant Peyton Manning & Co. look. Oh yeah, and they get Von Miller back soon.

How many games will the Broncos win this regular season?

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    16%
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    46%
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    20%
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    18%

Discuss (Total votes: 230,365)

  • When will the Broncos lose their first game?

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      6%
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      2%
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      17%
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      1%
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      74%

    Discuss (Total votes: 56,868)

  • The Broncos are averaging 44.8 points per game. Will they break the Patriots' record of 589 points in a season (36.8 per game)?

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      74%
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      26%

    Discuss (Total votes: 55,260)

  • Peyton Manning has 16 TD passes through 4 games. How many will he throw this season? (Tom Brady's record is 50.)

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      27%
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      73%

    Discuss (Total votes: 121,669)

  • Peyton Manning is averaging 367.5 YPG passing (a 5,880-yard pace). How many will he throw for this season? (Drew Brees' record is 5,476.)

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      36%
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      64%

    Discuss (Total votes: 53,291)

  • How will Peyton Manning fare the rest of the way?

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      3%
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      51%
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      46%

    Discuss (Total votes: 30,299)

  • Will the Broncos win the Super Bowl?

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      68%
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      32%

    Discuss (Total votes: 30,696)

  • If you were a neutral fan, which would you prefer to see?

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      78%
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      22%

    Discuss (Total votes: 29,030)

  • Which is more true?

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      45%
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      55%

    Discuss (Total votes: 52,587)

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