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2014 Team Preview: Denver Broncos

Andrew M. Laird

Andrew M. Laird

Andrew M. Laird is the Senior Soccer Editor for RotoWire, as well as a fantasy football and college basketball contributor.

STATE OF THE FRANCHISE

There was no question that the 2013 Broncos were only going to go as far as Peyton Manning took them. Sure, there was plenty of talent all over the field in Denver, but if Manning didn't perform, the Broncos weren't going to succeed. So what happened? Manning set the NFL single-season record for passing yards (5,477), while also setting a new record with 55 passing touchdowns. The dynamic offense led by Manning took the Broncos to the Super Bowl, where they were surprisingly manhandled by the Seahawks.

As can happen with title-contending teams, the Broncos lost a few major pieces from last season's squad in free agency. Wideout Eric Decker signed with the Jets, while last year's leading rusher Knowshon Moreno took his talents to South Beach. Montee Ball is expected to shoulder the rushing load now that Moreno is gone, but the void left by Decker will be a tough one to fill. The team signed former Steeler Emma

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