No, Go Right Ahead: Call the Denver Broncos "For Real"
The Denver Broncos are 4-0 under rookie head coach Josh McDaniel and mediocre-at-best starter Kyle Orton. They beat Dallas in a thriller on Sunday evening and hell proceeded, as it is known, not to freeze over.
Denver boasts a record better than New England's and better than Pittsburgh's, and their ferocious defense has allowed just 26 points all season to elite offensive machines, to name a few, Oakland and Cleveland.
And we all remember how Kyle Orton single-handedly won the first game of the season with a brilliantly-conducted, mistake-free comeback drive against Cincinnati that reminded all in Bronco nation of Hall-of-Famer John Elway. Right?
When the strongest opponent a team beats in its first four games is the Bengals (and even then, did they really beat them?), usually this means trouble.
However, with exceptional thanks to Lady Luck, Al Davis, and the suddenly not-all-that-and-a-bag-of-chips Tony Romo, the Denver Broncos sit atop the, um, "prestigious" AFC West with an unblemished record, and the talks have already begun of playoffs.
Surprises are expected in any NFL season. Rest assured the next four opponents whom the Broncos face will squelch this "hot" start. In the next five weeks, Denver hosts New England, travels to San Diego, travels to Baltimore, and hosts Pittsburgh. Vegas odds on Denver beating even two of them? Probably about the same for Terrell Owens to deactivate his Twitter account.
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