You could hear the excitement in his voice.
It’s safe to say fans of the Denver Broncos had the same reaction as Demaryius Thomas when they think about the prospects this week. How good can this offense be if the offense eliminates the turnovers?
As Andrew Mason pointed out in his question to the Broncos receiver on Friday’s 1st & 10 @ 10 on Orange and Blue 760, the offense still put up 470 yards, 324 in the air and 146 on the ground. If Case Keenum gets rid of his interceptions, watch out.
“Man, I don’t even know what the word is for it,” Thomas said after a few seconds of chuckling. “I know we did some great things, and we continue to build to do some great things. If we didn’t turn the ball this past week, you never know what the score could have been, or what the game could have been. I felt as a group, as a team, from watching film, we went out and played great ball. We were physical and I think we took over the game, despite those turnovers.
“If we can go out and do that each week, especially on the offensive side of the ball, we can be a dangerous team.”
What is the ceiling for the Broncos offense without the turnovers?
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Not that much of a difference