ENGLEWOOD, Colo. --** Terrell Davis knows a thing or two about repeating, and on Monday at Broncos training camp, T.D. said he likes Denver's chances to get back to the playoffs in 2016.
The Broncos' all-time leading rusher, who helped carry the Broncos to wins in Super Bowl XXXII and Super Bowl XXXIII, stopped by UCHealth Training Center for an NFL Network live look-in at training camp.
And after Denver's Day 5 practice, Davis said he thinks the Broncos will capture the AFC West title for the sixth consecutive year.
"At this point, until something happens, I still think Denver's still the team to beat," Davis said.
Davis also took time to break down each of the Broncos' competitors in the AFC West. He's not sure San Diego "can take a step forward" this year. On the Chiefs front, he recognized that they're "always a team that's going to be in the conversation."
And then, on the Raiders, Davis said he needs to see if they can "start winning the big games." They're currently taking the right steps, Davis said, but he wants to see them prove their talent when it matters most.
Davis said he firmly believes the march for another Super Bowl title begins in the division.
"I always looked at any team in our division, when I played, as a threat," Davis said. "No matter who they [were], they were a threat to us, so we had to take all those teams very serious and [they were] trying to dethrone us."