The dynamic duo of Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker, or, as they call themselves, "Salt And Pepper," are dangerous weapons on the Denver offense.
When opponents put pressure on Thomas, Decker steps up and takes over, much like he did Sunday against Baltimore. While Decker was only inches short of a touchdown in the second quarter, he did finish with eight catches, 133 yards and a 51-yard touchdown against Baltimore. Going into Week 16, Decker has over 900 yards and has 9 touchdowns. He has definitely been Peyton Manning's go-to receiver for most of the season.
Brandon Stokley is also a big offensive weapon for the Broncos. His chemistry with Manning goes back to their playing days with the Indianapolis Colts. While he doesn't have as flashy stats as Thomas or Decker, Stokley is efficient with his time on the field. So far this season, he has 463 yards and five touchdowns.
The wide receivers are the second-most powerful weapon the Broncos have in their arsenal. As long as they stay healthy, the Broncos can make a Super Bowl run. Opponents can slow down one of them, but another will step up and take control of the offense without missing a beat.