Denver Broncos wide receiver Trindon Holliday (11) looks back as he out runs the New York Giants special teams on an 81 yard punt return for a touchdown during the fourth quarter September 15, 2013 MetLife Stadium. (Photo by John Leyba/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Are you looking for a Broncos hero from Sunday's game against the Giants? Good luck picking one: There are simply too many players to choose from.
Denver quarterback Peyton Manning is, of course, first in line. Two more touchdowns Sunday to give him nine in two games. Nine TDs and NO interceptions. That latter stat is the key, just ask brother Eli. The younger Manning now has thrown seven picks in two games - a big reason why the G-men are 0-fer.
Where was the running game against Baltimore? The Broncos found it in New York, actually New Jersey, thanks to a guy who grew up here.
Knowshon Moreno rushed for 93 yards and scored twice, equally his highest scoring output ever. Moreno hasn't made that many trips to the zone since his rookie year in 2009.
Defense ... How about four interceptions by four Broncos. The Denver D kept it close until the offense started clicking.
Last but not least: special teams. You want a spark? Trindon Holliday is your guy. An 81-yard punt return to the end zone for the fastest man around.
So why are the Broncos 2-0?
Option E, all of the above.
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