LOS ANGELES, Oct. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A year ago the Broncos were coming off a playoff run in which they pulled off an upset win over the Steelers in the wild card game. It's now 2013, and Denver is among the most dominant teams in the AFC with Peyton Manning at the helm. The 37-year-old is off to a spectacular start, as the 16-year veteran has passed for 1,884 yards, 20 touchdowns, and just 5 interceptions. Denver leads the NFL in points scored, total yards and passing yards per contest.
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Baltimore is back on track, and heads in to week 6 riding high off a 23-20 win over the Dolphins. QB Joe Flacco continues to struggle and will need to limit his turnovers if the Ravens expect to have a shot at repeating as champions.
Are the Chiefs for real? Kansas City heads in to their match-up with the division rival Raiders undefeated at 5-0, and tied with the Broncos in the west. Defense has been the primary reason for the team's success, as they have given up only 58 points in five games, and overall are the top ranked defense in the NFL.
Last season New England came up short in the championship to the Ravens. The Patriots entered 2013 eager to get back to the conference game, and have another shot to advance to the Super Bowl. In the game of the day the Patriots will take on the 5-0 New Orleans Saints from Gillette Stadium.
The Seahawks continue to prove last year was no fluke, as they will host the Tennessee Titans from Seattle. Second year QB Russell Wilson has been solid and kept his turnovers to a minimum. The 24-year-old through 5 games has thrown for 997 yards, 8 touchdowns and just 8 interceptions. View streaming NFL games and enjoy live NFL streaming in High Quality.