AFC Power Rankings Week 11: Bengals stay at No. 2 despite loss (MNF update)

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Denver Broncos. 4. player. 45. <p>Perhaps no other team in the NFL has seen their stock fall as quickly as the Broncos. Eight days ago, they were sitting pretty at 7-0 and preparing for Andrew Luck and the Colts, but now, they are losers of two straight and are fielding arguably the worst starting quarterback in the league. Whatever enjoyment Peyton Manning had from breaking the all-time yardage record on Sunday was evaporated by completing just five of 20 passes and throwing four interceptions.</p> <p>And the Denver defense that had been instilling fear in opponents across the league? Well, they just let the Kansas City Chiefs’ mediocre offensive attack get the best of them. The Broncos had better work the kinks out next week against the Bears, or else the Patriots will make short work of them on November 29<sup>th</sup>.</p>. AFC West. 7-2

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