Denver’s All-Around Dominance Leads To Blowout Win, High Grades For Broncos

October 29, 2012 9:20 AM

Denver’s All-Around Dominance Leads To Blowout Win, High Grades For Broncos
By Rich Kurtzman

" When the Broncos saw the Saints on their schedule, they made sure not to take New Orleans lightly.

The Saints came into the game at 2-4, but Peyton Manning and his Denver teammates knew they could score early and often. It’s why the Broncos jumped all over New Orleans from the start and never let up, building a 17-7 lead and scoring 27 unanswered points to win 34-7.

(Credit, Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

Denver’s offense was awesome; only turning the ball over once, they out-gained the No. 1 passing offense in the NFL by double, 530-252 in total net yards. The Broncos’ defense was dominant in its pass coverage, forcing eight total punts by the No. 3 scoring team in the league.

All told, this was a wonderful win for the Broncos; another confidence booster and a way to carry the momentum of beating San Diego two weeks ago through the bye. Let’s take a look at the grades.

Offense Overall: A+

The Broncos went three-and-out on their first drive, but the second time they had the ball they were electric. Denver drove 98 yards on the legs of running back Willis McGahee and the arm of Peyton Manning "

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