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Manning, Broncos Rolling Through AFC West

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The Broncos haven't been in such a comfortable position since, oh, 1998 — when they last won the Super Bowl.

Oh, the race is not mathematically over, but it's realistically and logically over.

The Broncos' ill-at-ease 30-23 victory over the Chargers was a three-fer.

And the Chiefs and the Raiders lost, as usual.

So the Broncos' insurmountable lead in the AFC West can be considered four games — with six to go. They definitely will win three, and probably four or five.

 

 

 

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