Of the 3 touchdown passes for Manning, 2 of them went to Julius Thomas. Thomas now has 9 touchdowns through the first 5 games, which is the most ever by a tight end through 5 games. Thomas could be on his way to breaking Randy Moss's all-time record for touchdown catches at 23.
On the Jets' side, things are still not looking good. After being pulled last week, Geno Smith did throw 2 touchdowns early to keep the Jets in it. But it was later that Smith looked lost, and ended up throwing a pick-six that sealed the win for the Broncos. Not only are the Jets struggling offensively, but defensively they have been unable to make any plays. They have just 3 takeaways in the past 6 games, and have now lost 5 straight.
Things are not looking good for the Jets on the injury report either, as it is believed that Dee Milliner tore his ACL during Sunday's game. The injury occurred during a field goal attempt in the first quarter, and Milliner will miss the rest of the season.
The Broncos are now 4-1 with today's victory, and will host the 49ers on NBC's Sunday Night Football next week. With the loss, the Jet's fall to 1-5 after winning their first game of the season. They look to snap their 5 game losing streak this Thursday when they visit division rival New England Patriots.