ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- Of all the ways Peyton Manning and the Denver offense have dominated over the first two games of the season, this one probably says the most:
Had they not scored at all in the first half of either game, they would still be tied with Green Bay for the league lead in points.
The Broncos followed their opening-night victory over the Super Bowl champion Ravens with an equally impressive victory over the champs from the year before, the New York Giants. They broke the 40-point mark for the second straight week -- a feat accomplished by this franchise only once, in 1976, a year before they made their first Super Bowl.
Of Denver's 90 points so far, 66 of them have come in the second half.