As everyone expected, the Broncos are really, really good. As no one expected, Peyton Manning had perhaps the greatest single-game performance by a quarterback in NFL history. Is that hyperbole? No, really: 27-of-42, 462 yards, SEVEN TDs. No picks, either.
Also, read this:
Peyton Manning is one passing TD away from matching the 2012 Chiefs.— sir broosk (@celebrityhottub) September 6, 2013
This game angers me. Let's be honest, the hope for the Chiefs in the AFC West this year is Manning not playing for some reason. If he's in there he's obviously as good as he ever was, just as he demonstrated last season. And if he's in there the Chiefs probably can't compete at that level over a 16-game season.
My anger level right now is about a 6. High enough to acknowledge that the Broncos are probably as good as we thought they were, but also low enough to recognize that it's just one game.
After watching this game, please share with us your anger level.
@ArrowheadPride What's to be angry about? We knew the Broncos were the class of the division. This doesn't change a thing for the Chiefs.— Jeff Croft (@jcroft) September 6, 2013
@ArrowheadPride I'm still not impressed...— CMD (@cmd3382) September 6, 2013
@ArrowheadPride 1.. im thinking we gotta figure something out quick!— robert russell (@robrussell155) September 6, 2013
@ArrowheadPride not angry. Kind of mesmerizing at how scary good they are. But we all knew they'd be scary good...so kind of expected.— Colton (@KarrottFC) September 6, 2013