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Denver Broncos: Statistical Leaders at the Midseason Point

November 11th, 2012 at 12:01 AM
By DJ Siddiqi

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With the Denver Broncos approaching their Week 10 game at Carolina, the Broncos have officially played half of their regular season slate. The Broncos stand at a record of 5-3, leading the AFC West division while currently leading their division by one game over the second place San Diego Chargers. The Broncos have had their up-and-downs thus far in this short season, but are currently riding a three game winning streak on the heels of effective play by Peyton Manning and the defense.

Let's take a look at Denver's statistical leaders through the midway point of the season:


Peyton Manning – 203/292, 69.5%, 2404 yards, 8.2 yards per attempt, 20 touchdowns, six interceptions, 108.6 QB Rating


Willis McGahee – 146 carries, 620 yards, 4.2 yards a carry, four touchdowns


Demaryius Thomas – 45 receptions, 756 yards, four touchdowns

Eric Decker – 46 receptions, 583 yards, seven touchdowns


Wesley Woodyard – 46 tackles, 29 assisted, 3.0 sacks, 1 FF


Chris Harris and Wesley Woodyard – Two interceptions each


Von Miller – 9.0 Sacks

Kick Returning

Omar Bolden – 14 returns, 270 yards, 19.3 yards per return

Punt Returning

Jim Leonhard – 12 returns, 82 yards, 6.8 yards a return

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