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Coming into the 2013 NFL season, the Denver Broncos were considered to be the team to beat in the AFC after stockpiling talented players on the offensive side of the football.
The addition of Wes Welker and rookies Julius Thomas and Monte Ball have proven to be steps in the right direction thus far. Although Ball is still raw, Welker and Thomas have made an immediate impact.
As a result of the revamped offense and Peyton Manning not missing a beat, the Broncos head into Week 4 with an undefeated record (3-0) and aspirations for a run at the
Super Bowl in New York at season’s end.
Even though it is very early in the season, few see any team in the AFC knocking off the Broncos moving forward.
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