Cold Blooded Prediction: Why Broncos Top Bengals

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Oct 21, 2012; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) passes the ball during pre game warm ups against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE


I thought they would beat the Dolphins. They didn’t. I thought they would beat the Browns. They didn’t do that either. Heck, I even picked the Bengals over the Pittsburgh Steelers, but I don’t think any of us need a reminding of that outcome. What am I getting at?

Well, does that mean if I pick the Broncos to win by three touchdown, the Bengals will pull off the upset? (Knock on wood.)

Manning is having a great year. Check that- Peyton Manning is having a stellar year. After putting that first half of the Falcons game behind him, he has repeatedly put up remarkable offensive numbers. Passing for over 300 yards has become a regular occurrence, and I think a major part of this team’s mid-season surge is the building chemistry between Manning and his excellent receivers. A very solid defense makes it almost impossible to match the points he puts up as well. Summary of this paragraph: The Denver Broncos are a very dangerous team. Call me crazy, but I’ll put this out there anyways. I think the Denver Broncos are the best team in the NFL right now, and I don’t think any team will be favored going against them the rest of their season. I’d even pick them in a rematch against the Falcons. Playoffs? Well, we’ll just have to see.

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