What Does Life After Peyton Manning Hold for the Denver Broncos?

April 17, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

One year into the Peyton Manning-era in Denver and things are great, save for a gut-wrenching divisional playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
The Broncos brought in Manning, one of the best quarterbacks the game has ever seen, despite four neck surgeries and an entire season away.
But the 2012 season went at least as good, if not much better, than expected.
Manning had one of his best statistical seasons of his career, completing 68.6 percent of his passes for 4,659 yards and 37 touchdowns.
This year figures to be at least that good, especially considering the recent signing (ESPN) of Wes Welker.
Yet, the team still needs to look beyond the greatness of Manning and think long-term. After all, Manning recently turned 37-years old.
Do the Broncos really believe that Brock Osweiler is the future? Perhaps someone like Matt Scott (Denver Post) of Arizona or Zach Dysert (Denver Post) from Miami of Ohio is being looked at in the dra...

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