In the final regular season game of 2013, the Broncos offense set a league record for points in a season with 606, breaking the old record of 589 held by the 2007 Patriots. The team also wrapped up the #1 overall seed and homefield advantage throughout the playoffs.

Peyton Manning extended his passing touchdown record to 55 and passed Drew Brees for the passing yardage mark by just three feet for a total of 5,477 yards. Manning's records represent the best statistical season for a quarterback in NFL history.

The Broncos hold records for the most points in a season, the most passing touchdowns in a season and passing yardage in a season, but are they the best team in the NFL? They'll get their first shot at proving that on Sunday, January 12th at 2:40pm when they host the AFC divisional round game against either the Indianapolis Colts, Kansas City Chiefs or San Diego Chargers - three teams that the Broncos have already seen this season.