Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has not been thrilled to get questions about his struggles in cold weather.
It'll be a while before he fields any more.
The official temperature for kickoff in Denver was 18 degrees, and it dipped after that as the sun set behind the mountains. And Manning looked like he was playing in the middle of summer.
Manning set a Broncos record with 39 completions, and had 397 yards and four touchdowns as Denver beat Tennessee 51-28. The Broncos had never scored more than 50 points in a game before this season. They've scored at least 50 points three times this season, the first NFL team to do that since the 1969 Vikings.
The Broncos have scored a team-record 515 points, and the NFL record of 589 points by the 2007 Patriots is well within reach with three games to go. Some of Denver's remaining three games might be in cold weather, but Manning put to rest the myth that he can't play in the cold.
Manning was great, even without slot receiver WesRead More »from Peyton Manning really struggles in the cold, throws for only 397 yards and four touchdowns