The 2013 Denver Broncos have scored more points through the first four games of the season than any other team since the AFL-NFL merger, with 179, an average of nearly 45 points per game. They trail only the 1966 Dallas Cowboys in all of NFL history, who scored 183 points in their first four contests. Peyton Manning is playing the best football of his career, with 16 touchdowns through four games, the most through any stretch of that length in NFL history. With a favorable schedule ahead (although a tough 3-game stretch looms where Denver will have to play Kansas City, New England and then Kansas City again), many are now speculating whether the Broncos can run the table and go 16-0.
“Inside the NFL” continues tonight with a more expert analysis from JB, Cris and Phil as they break down the past week’s games and the league’s hot-button issues, and highlights of every game of the past week, including the Broncos’ 52-20 demolishing of Chip Kelly’s new-look Eagles.
You can get all this and more, tonight at 9/8c on “Inside the NFL,” only on Showtime.