There is now growing optimism around the Denver Broncos following their key 23-13 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 2.

As was the case last week, Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has garnered much of the early post-game headlines following a standout performance in this game. The veteran quarterback had his way against the Jaguars secondary, as he recorded 328 passing yards and two passing touchdowns to go along with a formidable 125.6 passer rating.

Nine different Broncos players caught a pass from Bridgewater in the game, including tight end Noah Fant, who hauled in a 14-yard receiving touchdown that opened up a double-digit lead for Denver.

Broncos wideout Jerry Jeudy, who is currently on the injured reserve list due to an ankle injury, was hyped about his team’s statement road win.

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In Jeudy’s absence, several receivers were called upon to step up against the Jaguars. From Courtland Sutton to Tim Patrick, Denver’s wide receiver unit sure put out for one much-needed showing on the road.

The Broncos will now have a golden opportunity to open up the season with a 3-0 record, as they are set to host the 0-2 New York Jets next week in what will be their home opener.

Denver is now suddenly emerging as a dark horse team to watch in the AFC.