Denver Broncos: Up-Tempo Offense Will Be Dangerous

June 22, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Broncos have the top quarterback in the league in Peyton Manning. They signed the top slot receiver over the last six years in Wes Welker.
Now they're implementing an up-tempo offense.
Can you say, offensive juggernaut?
The Broncos were already a top-tier offensive team in 2012, when operating mostly at a standard pace. Denver was second in the league in points per game (30.1), ranking fifth in the league in passing yards and third in the league in passing touchdowns.
Their 481 total points scored during the season was third-best in franchise history, just 20 points shy of the franchise mark of 501 set by the 1998 Denver Broncos.
That record may live to stand for only one more year.
With Manning fully recovered from his multiple neck surgeries, the return of Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker as the top outside receivers, the possible emergence of tight end Julius Thomas and the implementation of the deadliest slot receiver in the game, Wes Welker, ...

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