It's no secret that there is little optimism about this game, despite Chad Henne getting the start.
The biggest bright spot-as expected-is Justin Blackmon's return.
The second year receiver did not waste any time in his return. He caught a touchdown pass on his first drive of the season.
It is hard to ignore such a high point spread, as well as Peyton Manning's performance in last week's win over Dallas.
Gus Bradley will rely on Justin Blackmon, as well as the defender with the same last name: cornerback Will Blackmon.
He has taken advantage of QB mistakes made by Andrew Luck and Sam Bradford. While Manning is on a level above the rest, he and the two rookie safeties will give it their best shot.
Despite some players not practicing, one can imagine that preparing for this game has been a tough task.
The Denver Broncos will win this game. The key to this game the demeanor that we see on the Jaguars' sideline.
Everything is going against the Jags. But keep an eye on the players and coaches to see if they stay poised despite the score.