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Demaryius Thomas: A
There is a definite connection between Manning and Thomas and he is becoming one of the NFL's premiere receivers because of it. On Sunday, Manning fit some balls into tight windows to Thomas, despite good coverage from Cleveland defenders.
Thomas finished the game with nine catches for 102 yards and a touchdown. It was his sixth 100-yard game of the season.
Eric Decker: A
Not since 2004 have the Broncos had two wide receivers with 1,000 yards, but if Decker can get 12 yards in the season finale, they will do just that.
Decker made six grabs for 65 yards on Sunday, but two of those went for touchdowns. He now has 11 touchdowns on the season.
Brandon Stokley: B-
Stokley made five catches for 32 yards in the game, the most impressive of which coming after a ball bounced off the hands of Decker and he snagged it out of the air. It was a good thing he did because there were a couple of Cleveland defenders in the vicinity who would have had a shot at an interception.
Stokley did draw an offensive pass interference penalty in the second quarter that negated a 32-yard reception by Thomas.
Matthew Willis: N/A
Willis didn't make a catch in the game but had two balls thrown his way. Whether it be he or Stokley, one of the keys for the Broncos this year has been having a reliable third target for Manning.