In 2013, Denver's offensive unit shattered NFL team records for points (606) and touchdowns scored (76) in a single season.
Peyton Manning broke the NFL single-season record for touchdowns (55) and passing yards (5,477) en route to extending his league record for MVP awards won when he was voted his fifth one following the 2013 season.
The Broncos also had five skill position players with at least 10 touchdowns last season, another NFL record.
Although the Broncos lost Eric Decker and Knowshon Moreno through free agency, they still have plenty of firepower to replace those pieces in 2014.
In other words, the Broncos are a fantasy player's dream.
Here are the full fantasy projections for the Broncos' top five projected offensive performers in 2014.
Note: All fantasy points are added up using CBS Sports' standard scoring system. Example: 10 rushing/receiving yards = one point. 25 passing yards = one point. Passing/rushing/receiving touchdowns = six points.