Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos will enter CenturyLink Field with a perfect 2-0 record and with revenge on their minds.

They have spent significant dollars in free agency to upgrade a defense that surrendered 27 of the Seattle Seahawks’ 43 points in the Super Bowl. Injured players such as Ryan Clady and Von Miller have returned to the fold.

The superficial assumption would be that Denver is a much better team than the one Seattle walloped in February.

Dig a little deeper, and there are legitimate questions about whether the improvements the Broncos targeted in the offseason have actually translated onto the field.

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