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Broncos Nearing Single-Season Records

Posted Dec 9, 2013

A look at some records that are within reach for the Broncos this season.


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- With three games remaining, the Broncos are closing in on several team and individual records.

See below for the projected numbers and where they would rank:

Player/Category Current Projected Note
Peyton Manning 366-539, 4,522 yds., 45 TDs, 114.5 rtg. 450-663, 5,565 yds., 55 TDs, 114.5 rtg. Yards and TDs would set new NFL records; completions would tie for 2nd-most all-time.
Demaryius Thomas 74 rec., 1,149 yds., 11 TDs 91 rec., 1,414 yds., 14 TDs 1,602 yds (Smith, '00) & 14 TDs (Miller, '95) are current Broncos records.
Eric Decker 71 rec., 1,088 yds., 8 TD 87 rec., 1,339 yds., 10 TDs Would set career high for catches and yards.
Wes Welker 73 rec., 778 yds., 10 TDs 90 rec., 958 yds., 12 TDs Has already set career high for touchdown catches.
Julius Thomas 50 rec., 625 yds., 11 TD 62 rec., 769 yds., 14 TDs 14 TDs would tie for second-most by a TE in NFL history (Graham, '13).
Knowshon Moreno 920 rush yds, 445 rec. yds, 12 TDs 1,132 rush yds, 548 rec. yds, 15 TDs 15 TDs would tie for 3rd-most by a Broncos RB and 1,680 scrimmage yds would rank 7th.
Matt Prater 18-19 FGs, 65-65 PAT, 119 pts., 66 TBs 22-23 FGs, 80-80 PAT, 147 pts., 81 TBs 166 points and 68 TBs are current NFL records.
Total Offensive Yds. 6,053 7,450 7,474 is current NFL record ('11 Saints)
First Downs 363 447 444 is current NFL record ('12 Patriots)
Total Points 515 634 589 is current NFL record ('07 Patriots)
Total TDs 66 81 75 is current NFL record ('11 Patriots)

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