AFC Power Rankings Week 12: Chargers hit rock bottom

14 of 16

Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

8-2. Denver Broncos. 3. player. 45. <p>It’s not clear if the Brock Osweiler era has officially begun in Denver, but his train of support is certainly gaining steam. The 6-foot-7 Arizona State product was a smart 20-of-27 passing with 250 yards, two touchdowns and no picks in his first career start, an effort which lifted the Broncos to their to their first victory in three weeks.</p> <p>Picking up the slack in the receiving corps left by a concussed Emmanuel Sanders was Demaryius Thomas, who threw his young quarterback a line with that 48-yard catch and run touchdown. Osweiler wasn’t the only young player who made his first major impact for the Broncos on Sunday, as Cody Latimer caught his first career touchdown pass.</p> <p>Now, the Broncos must gear-up for an all-important encounter with the undefeated New England Patriots.</p>. AFC West

Next: 2. Cincinnati Bengals