ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- Yes, there were a few flaws among all those touchdowns.
Because they're facing a short work week, the Broncos will only receive a small "corrections reel" that details mistakes they made in their latest runaway win over Oakland.
And really, that's probably all they'll need.
Denver's 37-21 victory over the Raiders was yet another near-flawless performance from Peyton Manning and an offense that essentially only gets stopped when it stops itself.
That happened in a few instances Monday night, giving Manning and coach John Fox just enough material to remind themselves there's always work to be done.
"It's still only Game 3," Fox said Tuesday. "We're not even a quarter of the way into the season. I hope we do a lot of improving."
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