Denver Broncos: Statistical leaders at the midseason point

With the Denver Broncos approaching their Week 10 game at Carolina, the Broncos have officially played half of their regular season slate. The Broncos stand at a record of 5-3, leading the AFC West division while currently leading their division by one game over the second place San Diego Chargers. The Broncos have had their up-and-downs thus far in this short season, but are currently riding a three game winning streak on the heels of effective play by Peyton Manning and the defense.

Let's take a look at Denver's statistical leaders through the midway point of the season:

Passing

Peyton Manning – 203/292, 69.5%, 2404 yards, 8.2 yards per attempt, 20 touchdowns, six interceptions, 108.6 QB Rating

Rushing

Willis McGahee – 146 carries, 620 yards, 4.2 yards a carry, four touchdowns

Receiving

Demaryius Thomas – 45 receptions, 756 yards, four touchdowns

Eric Decker – 46 receptions, 583 yards, seven touchdowns

Tackles

Wesley Woodyard – 46 tackles, 29 assisted, 3.0 sacks, 1 FF

Interceptions

Chris Harris and Wesley Woodyard – Two interceptions each

Sacks

Von Miller – 9.0 Sacks

Kick Returning

Omar Bolden – 14 returns, 270 yards, 19.3 yards per return

Punt Returning

Jim Leonhard – 12 returns, 82 yards, 6.8 yards a return

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