The Broncos head into tonight’s game coming off a bye week, which is a good sign for Denver if history is any indication. The team boasts the second-best record in games after a bye week since 1990, a mark of 17-6. Its .739 winning percentage trails only Philadelphia in that category.
Safety Mike Adams needs one pass defensed to set a single-season career high.
Cornerback Champ Bailey needs one interception to tie Mike Harden (33) for the fifth-most in franchise history.
Defensive end Elvis Dumervil, with four forced fumbles on the year, is one shy of taking the NFL lead and setting a career high in that category.
Quarterback Peyton Manning needs one game-winning scoring drive to pass Dan Marino (47) for most all-time.
Running back Willis McGahee needs one rushing touchdown to tie Maurice Jones-Drew of Jacksonville for the second-most among active players.