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Winner: Green Bay Packers 38-14
Can anyone say slaughter?
This is a matchup against the league's most potent pass offense and a poor pass defense. The Denver Broncos rank in the upper half of the league for passing yards given up per game, but that statistic is rather misleading. Denver has played the Oakland Raiders, Cincinnati Bengals and Tennessee Titans so far this year, none of which are known for their exceptional passing game.
The same isn't true for Aaron Rodgers, who is on his way to having a career year and separating himself from all other quarterbacks in the NFL. There isn't a quarterback in the league who is playing as well as Rodgers right now.
The only area of concern for me in this game for Green Bay is their secondary, which has been horrid through three games. If Kyle Orton and the Broncos can have success throwing the ball, this could be a much closer game.
Of course, I don't see the Broncos having any success in this game, but there is always the possibility. Just like there is always the possibility that Peyton Manning returns this year. Too soon?