A lot depends on who you ask.
But as a quick primer on the NFL schedule, let’s take a look at how the top-five cover teams would fare on Sundays if they played in Week 11.
First, let me make it very clear that I am not advocating the Broncos cover any game this year.
I would love to see Peyton Manning play in Week 12, but I’m not convinced he will play in that game.
I know this because Broncos head coach Vance Joseph has said he thinks Manning is likely to miss at least one week of the season.
It would be the perfect storm of events for the Broncos to miss Week 12.
So, what does this mean for the rest of the league?
Well, it’s a little tricky.
You’d have to assume that if the Broncos play Week 11 against the Jets, they would be at a disadvantage against the Patriots in the divisional round.
If that is the case, they’d have a tough time keeping up with the Patriots.
In other words, if they don’t play, the Patriots will win.
But if they play, then they would likely have a tougher time beating the Chiefs in the wild-card round.
On the other hand, if the Chiefs play in New England, they might not have the advantage the Broncos would have against the Broncos.
This would be another scenario where the Chiefs could be playing the Patriots this week.
And while the Patriots would win the wild card, the Chiefs would still be in a very good position.
But even if the Patriots beat the Chiefs, the Broncos might have a shot to beat them in the AFC title game.
The Broncos have the edge on the Patriots, but that is only true if they beat the Patriots and the Chiefs go on to beat the Broncos in the playoffs.
So how about this scenario: the Broncos beat the Jets and the Jets beat the Texans in the Wild Card Round.
The Broncos win the Super Bowl, but the Texans come back and beat the Chargers in the Superbowl.
Then the Broncos are at a similar disadvantage against a Patriots team that plays in Kansas City.
In this scenario, the Texans win the AFC South and the Broncos fall to the Colts in the NFL Championship Game.
The Patriots win the division, but Denver has to play in the New England Super Bowl to get to the title game and the Patriots have to beat Kansas City to get there.
If you’re like me, you are more concerned about the Broncos’ ability to keep up with a Patriots squad that plays the Chiefs.
In this scenario (and the one where the Texans beat the Colts and the Texans fall to Denver), the Patriots win a game and lose a tiebreaker.
The Patriots are likely to be a top-5 team this season, but they also have a history of beating the Broncos when they do have a chance.
In fact, they did it in Week 5 when Brady played.
The two teams have faced each other in the postseason four times in the last eight years.
And the two teams played in the first Super Bowl 50 years ago, with Brady scoring a game-winning touchdown pass to the Patriots on Super Bowl XX.
But even if this scenario plays out, the Pats have the benefit of being a much better team.
The Texans have the opportunity to beat Denver, but Brady will be gone for the year.
So, if you’re looking to pick a Pats team to beat, this is the one to go for.
But that doesn’t mean that the Broncos can’t beat a Patriots side that they beat last year.
If the Broncos do beat the Pats, it would give them the chance to win the conference title.
If Brady plays, that gives the Broncos the opportunity for the AFC Championship Game and possibly the Superbells.
So if you really want to pick your team, you have to pick the Broncos and the Pats.
Here are some of the other matchups for the top 10 cover teams on Sunday.
In other news, the AFC Divisional Round starts tonight at 7 p.m.
ET on ESPN.