Oct 032012

Last week: 9 (+0)

Record 2-2

See, Peyton Manning wasn’t done. He just needed to face the Raiders. After 3 less than stellar performances in his first 3 games against tough defenses (Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Houston), Manning exploded for 338 yards and 3 touchdowns on 30 of 38 passing against the Raiders’ lowly defense. He’s not the player he once was, but he’s still pretty good. Next up for the Broncos is another tough test as they head to New England, but New England’s defense isn’t great so Manning should be able to post good numbers in a shoot out.


RB Willis McGahee: Rushed for 112 yards (54 after contact) and a touchdown on 19 carries, 3 broken tackles, caught 6 passes for 23 yards on 6 attempts

QB Peyton Manning: 30 of 38 for 338 yards, 3 touchdowns, 2 batted passes, 1 dropped pass, 99.2 adjusted QB rating, pressured on 7 of 38 drop backs (0 sacks, 4 of 7, 1 drop)

LT Ryan Clady: Did not allow a pressure on 39 pass block snaps

RG Manuel Ramirez: Did not allow a pressure on 39 pass block snaps, run blocked for 20 yards on 4 attempts

CB Champ Bailey: Allowed 3 catches for 26 yards on 7 attempts, 5 solo tackles, 2 stops

LE Elvis Dumervil: 2 sacks, 2 quarterback hits, and 5 quarterback hurries on 30 pass rush snaps, 2 solo tackles, 3 stops

ROLB Von Miller: 3 quarterback hits and 2 quarterback hurries on 29 pass rush snaps, 5 solo tackles, 5 stops

K Matt Prater: 8 kickoffs, 8 touchbacks, 74.8 yards per kickoff, 20.0 opponent’s average starting distance, 3/3 FG (21, 43, 53)


CB Tracy Porter: Allowed 4 catches for 76 yards on 7 attempts, 1 solo tackle, 1 stop

RE Derek Wolfe: Did not record a pressure on 28 pass rush snaps, 1 solo tackle, 1 stop

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