The Denver Broncos needed a game winning field goal as time expired to beat the Dallas Cowboys 51-48. The Broncos stay perfect on the season with a 5-0 record. The Cowboys gave the Broncos their toughest test of the season so far. Tony Romo set the Dallas Cowboys franchise record throwing for five hundred and six yards. Owner Jerry Jones praised Romo’s play after the game. It wasn’t enough though to beat Peyton Manning. Manning threw for four touchdowns to reach twenty on the season. Manning did throw his first interception of the season.
The Broncos are one of three remaining undefeated teams left in the league. They have the best offense in the league putting up an outstanding forty six points per game. The fifty one points Denver scored yesterday is more then the Bucs have scored all season and is tied with the amount the Jaguars have scored. The Broncos play the 0-5 Jaguars next game. The Jacksonville Jaguars look to the the leagues worst team while the Broncos seem to be the leagues best. The point spread for next weeks game ties a record. The Broncos are favored by twenty eight points. I wouldn’t be shocked if the Broncos cover the spread. The Jaguars offense is the leagues worst and their defense is the second worst in points per game.
Peyton Manning looks to be leading the race for the MVP award this season after just missing out last season to Adrian Peterson’s remarkable season. Manning has comeback from his neck surgery better than he was before. His accuracy is on point throwing for an amazing seventy five percent compliant percentage. If Manning keeps playing at this high of a level, the MVP will for sure be his and the Broncos will be the team to beat for the Super Bowl.