The Denver Broncos defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 52-20, at Sports Authority Field at Mile High for their 15th-straight regular season win. It was their fourth-straight dominant win to the start the 2013 season.
In what is becoming a weekly occurrence, this never felt like a game—the Broncos were in control all throughout, despite leading the game just 21-13 at the end of the first half.
Denver established single-game franchise records in points (52) and first downs (35) versus the Eagles.
Peyton Manning continued his scorching start to the season by not throwing an interception in Week 4, while throwing four touchdown passes on an 82 percent completion rate. His 16 passing touchdowns through the first four games of the season are a new NFL record.
Denver has flat-out dominated the opposition, making opponents at the NFL level look like high school football squads.
What should we expect out of the Broncos as we end the first quarter of the season? What are some takeaways from this 32-point victory?