ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- With the Broncos out to a historic start to the season, let's take a step back and look at just how crazy the numbers are.
Keep in mind, we're only in Week 3. Plenty can change between now and Week 17, but it's still fun just to see what kind of pace the 2013 Broncos are on through three games.
|2013 DENVER BRONCOS PROJECTIONS|
|89-122, 1,143 yds., 12 TDs, 0 INT, 134.7 rtg.||474-650, 6,096 yds., 64 TDs, 0 INT, 134.8 rtg.||All but attempts would shatter NFL records.|
|20 rec., 307 yds., 2 TDs||107 rec., 1,637 yds., 11 TDs||No team has ever had four 1,000-yard receivers|
|19 rec., 252 yds., 1 TD||101 rec., 1,344 yds., 5 TDs||No team has ever had three 100-catch, 1,000-yard receivers|
|19 rec., 190 yds., 4 TDs||101 rec., 1,013 yds., 21 TDs||21 TDs would rank third in league history|
|14 rec., 194 yds., 4 TD||75 rec., 1,035 yds., 21 TDs||21 TDs would set a record for tight ends|
|5-5 FGs, 16-16 PAT, 31 pts.||27-27 FGs, 85-85 PAT, 165 pts.||165 pts. would be one shy of the NFL record (166, Akers, '11)|
|Total Offensive Yds.||1,460||7,787||7,474 is current team record ('11 Saints)|
|Team First Downs||78||416||Would tie for second in NFL history (444, '12 Patriots)|
|Team Points||127||677||589 is current record ('07 Patriots)|
|Opp. Rushing Yds.||130||693||Would rank fourth in NFL history and be the fewest since '42|
|Total TDs||16||85||75 is current record ('11 Patriots)|