NFL ASST.

howid

EOG Dedicated
Total Yards Per Game: 457.3 (1st)
Passing Yards Per Game: 340.2 (1st)
Rushing Yards Per Game: 117.1 (15th)
Points Per Game: 37.9 (1st)
The 2013 Denver Broncos came up short in their pursuit of a Lombardi Trophy, as the Seattle Seahawks blasted them 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII.
But that doesn't take anything away from an offense that rewrote the NFL record books.
The Broncos scored a staggering 606 points during the regular season, the most in league history. They averaged 10.1 points per game more than the Chicago Bears, who ranked second that year. Denver's 457.3 yards per game wasn't a record, but it was 40.1 more yards per game than the next-closest team.
The engine for this offensive juggernaut? Quarterback Peyton Manning.
With a pair of 1,200-yard wide receivers at his disposal in Eric Decker and Demaryius Thomas and two more pass-catchers in Wes Welker and Julius Thomas who each tallied 10-plus touchdowns, Manning laid waste to the single-season records at his position.
Drew Brees' record of 5,476 passing yards? Manning bested it by a single yard.
Tom Brady's record of 50 touchdown passes? Buh-bye—Manning threw 55.
Oh, and Manning won MVP honors, because of course he did.
This Denver offense might not have had the balance of the 1999 Rams, but it did have a 1,000-yard rusher in Knowshon Moreno.
In an age when the rules lean heavily in the favor of offenses, the 2013 Broncos fielded a unit that was head and shoulders above any other in the league.
As such, it gets the nod here as the best offense in NFL history.
 

railbird

EOG Master
i knew gregg knapp. he played flag football with us at mile square park in the 80s good guy, sad day.
 

boston massacre

EOG Dedicated
Total Yards Per Game: 457.3 (1st)
Passing Yards Per Game: 340.2 (1st)
Rushing Yards Per Game: 117.1 (15th)
Points Per Game: 37.9 (1st)
The 2013 Denver Broncos came up short in their pursuit of a Lombardi Trophy, as the Seattle Seahawks blasted them 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII.
But that doesn't take anything away from an offense that rewrote the NFL record books.
The Broncos scored a staggering 606 points during the regular season, the most in league history. They averaged 10.1 points per game more than the Chicago Bears, who ranked second that year. Denver's 457.3 yards per game wasn't a record, but it was 40.1 more yards per game than the next-closest team.
The engine for this offensive juggernaut? Quarterback Peyton Manning.
With a pair of 1,200-yard wide receivers at his disposal in Eric Decker and Demaryius Thomas and two more pass-catchers in Wes Welker and Julius Thomas who each tallied 10-plus touchdowns, Manning laid waste to the single-season records at his position.
Drew Brees' record of 5,476 passing yards? Manning bested it by a single yard.
Tom Brady's record of 50 touchdown passes? Buh-bye—Manning threw 55.
Oh, and Manning won MVP honors, because of course he did.
This Denver offense might not have had the balance of the 1999 Rams, but it did have a 1,000-yard rusher in Knowshon Moreno.
In an age when the rules lean heavily in the favor of offenses, the 2013 Broncos fielded a unit that was head and shoulders above any other in the league.
As such, it gets the nod here as the best offense in NFL history.


Was Going To Be The Passing Game Coordinator For This Year's Jets Team.

Working With The Rookie 1st Rd. QB From BYU, Wilson
 

howid

EOG Dedicated
pedaling a bike on the road with all the idiot drivers out there is scary, no chance i'd risk it. ride on the sidewalk or find another way to travel.
 

boston massacre

EOG Dedicated
pedaling a bike on the road with all the idiot drivers out there is scary, no chance i'd risk it. ride on the sidewalk or find another way to travel.


You Got That Right.

Nobody in an Automobile, Accounts For Bicycles on The Road.

Never Hear Them, and a Lot of Times Never See Them.
 
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