Right now this Denver Broncos team sit at the top of their respected conference at 10-2.
They’re coming off another huge win against their division rival Kansas City Chiefs. This AFC West division has definitely gotten stronger this season as both of these teams are at the top of the conference.
Sunday’s battle between the teams were to determine who would currently hold the number one spot. Now the Broncos will be battling to lock up the number one seed, home field advantage and a first round bye.
With the Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots playing some great football this year, Denvers’ starters may not get the final game off. Which means Peyton Manning’s ankle will be under a lot of stress.
Manning has been dealing with an ankle problem over the last couple of weeks. In each of these weeks, he’s missed a Wednesday practice but has been in no danger of missing a game.
Today was no different as he missed a Wednesday’s practice yet again, but participated in some walk through’s, according to Mike Klis on Twitter.
Peyton Manning not practicing. He did walkthrough
— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) December 4, 2013
He’s currently on pace to having the biggest season of his career as he’s nearing the single season touchdown record with four games left to play.
Peyton threw for five touchdowns against the Kansas City Chiefs defense, so how many will he be able to throw against the Tennessee Titans?