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By Matt Kibbe
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Wes Welker
Brady threw for three touchdowns to lead the Patriots (8-3) from a 24-0 halftime deficit against the NFL's best offense for a 31-24 lead as New England scored on its first five possessions of the second half. Then Peyton Manning threw an 11-yard scoring pass to Demaryius Thomas for the Broncos (9-2), tying it at 31.
Perfect as coach Andy Reid's Kansas City Chiefs have been _ well, record-wise, anyway, at 9-0 _ they are well aware that the offense has been mediocre and the schedule has been forgiving.
Yet another game was overshadowed by an injury to Robert Griffin III, who hurt his left knee in the fourth quarter of the Washington Redskins' 45-21 loss to the Denver Broncos at Mile High Stadium on Sunday.
Peyton Manning and the Broncos returned home with their first regular-season loss in 378 days, which left them looking up at Kansas City in the AFC West standings and glowering over a game film that exposed problems in virtually every phase of their game.
No disrespect to the receivers he had with the Colts, but Peyton Manning never had such a group as he has in Denver.
Just two years removed from the neck troubles that weakened his right arm but strengthened his resolve, Peyton Manning is off to the best start by any quarterback in NFL history.
Jacksonville was never going to be too much of a problem, except for those who love favorites and bet on the Denver Broncos against the biggest underdog in NFL history.
Though the city's legal sports books don't keep historical records on such things — and the NFL refuses to even acknowledge that betting lines exist — those in the industry say the lopsided point spread surpasses the 26-point margin for favored Pittsburgh against Tampa Bay in 1976.
It looked like a mismatch even before Peyton Manning hooked up for his first touchdown pass to Wes Welker and the rest of the NFL found out just how bad the Jacksonville Jaguars really are.
Alex Smith is still winning in red. He's just doing it for the Chiefs these days.
The older Manning is 3-0 in the NFL against his sibling, with the other two victories coming when Peyton was with the Colts.
Weird things happen in Week 1, which is essentially an extension of the preseason. And like the preseason, what happens in Week 1 is rarely indicative of what will happen as the regular season progresses.
After three punts to start things off, Manning threw a record-tying seven touchdown passes, something no one had done in 44 years.
John Elway the executive is about to find out if he's as good at bouncing back as John Elway the quarterback was.
Peyton Manning tied two NFL records Thursday night with five touchdown passes against the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.
Then he waved his hands to warn his teammates to stay away from the ball when it bounced.
"We need guys to grow up and play the way they need to," receiver Wes Welker said Sunday night after the game. "I have no doubt we are going to do that."