Demaryius Thomas is coming off his best game of the season: a five-catch, 105-yard, one-touchdown game against the Jets. On Thomas’ score, he out-muscled and out-jumped cornerback Darryl Roberts and shed his tackle attempt on the way to the end zone for his second score of the year. Thomas leads the Broncos in touchdown receptions this season, and his strong hands and ability to win 50-50 balls could prove crucial against Marcus Peters. Peters has 20 career interceptions since he entered the league in 2015, but his aggressiveness can be a double-edged sword, as he’s been susceptible to the double move this year. Thomas only has one prior game against the Rams, but it was a good one: seven catches for 103 yards back in 2014. Going up against an explosive offense, the Broncos will likely have to produce some big plays of their own, and Thomas can be a major factor in that area.