ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- The Denver Broncos shrug off double-digit deficits like Peyton Manning dismisses his cold-weather critics: with a proverbial body slam.
Four times this season the Broncos (11-2) have dug themselves an early hole against a lesser opponent and four times they've climbed right out thanks mostly to a turbo-charged offense that's putting up points at a record pace.
They'd like to put the colossal comeback on hiatus, however.
"Certainly the more situations you can face early in the season to get you ready for games late in the season I think it's an advantage," Manning said Tuesday.
"I think we'd like not to, you know, be down by double digits, get off to a better start on both sides of the ball, special teams. It would be a good time to start that this week."
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