The Broncos can lock up the AFC West with a win this week or a Chargers loss. Personally, I would like to see the Broncos win the title vs. backing into it. Playing conditions this week in Denver are expected to be in the 20’s. Snow is in the forcast on Saturday, but that shouldn’t be an issue for either the Bills or the Broncos. One issue for the Bills is who will be starting at QB, Gibram Hamdan or J.P. Loseman? If it’s Hamdan I wouldn’t expect a whole lot of passing yards even against the Broncos Defense. But now we find out that Trent Edwards will start. I think he's the best bet for the Bills. He may be a little rusty in the first half but I would expect to see him turn it on in the 2nd half. Lee Evans and Josh Reed should get the majority of the 150-200 yards. Marshawn Lynch should get 17-20 touches this week but I don’t expect him the break 100-yards. More likely to see Lynch in the 70-85 yard range. When the Bills get to the Red Zone, Lynch will likely be their best option to score.
For the Broncos, I expect Jay Cutler to pass for 220-250 yards with 1-2 TD and an INT. Brandon Marshall and Eddie Royal will get most of the looks with the majority of the yards going to Brandon. Tatum Bell, Selvin Young, and P.J. Pope will all split carries this week and total around 120 yards. Tatum, Selvin, and Brandon should be the favorites to score once the Broncos hit the Red Zone. It is time for Pro Bowler's Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler to step it up a notch.
Final score: Broncos 24 Bills 17