The Denver Broncos and the Las Vegas Raiders are the only 2-0 teams in the AFC.
The hapless New York Jets aren't about to come into Denver and ruin that, let alone hang by 10 points. The Broncos have a gimme here, knowing the Raiders have their hands full with the Miami Dolphins in Vegas.
The Zach Wilson project hasn't formulated that well, yet. The Jets have the 26th-ranked offense (294.0 yards per game), while checking in at 22 with their rushing game (98.5), and dead last at No. 32 in passing (195.5). It's no wonder after two weeks the Jets rank 31st with their scoring offense (10.0 points per game).
Denver, on the other hand, has the seventh-best overall offense (409.0 yards per game), ranks fifth in rushing (130.5), 11th in passing (278.5) and is tied for 13th in scoring offense (25.0 points per game).
None of that will bode well for the Jets' deense, even though it ranks in the upper half of the league in the appropriate categories. Personally, I think the Broncos will offer much more than the Panthers and Patriots did in the first two weeks.
When you consider you have a guy like Teddy Bridgewater, who can hurt you with his legs, but who has attempted more throws over 20 yards than any other quarterback, it'll be tough for the Jets to transition and make adjustments on the road and in Denver. Especially since the vertical choices Bridgewater has made, has also allowed the Broncos to run the ball efficiently.
The only obstacle in this one is the Broncos looking past the Jets, and onto the Baltimore Ravens in Week 4. Fortunately for the Broncos, that game is in Denver.
The focus will be on on another double-digit win, as the Broncos won at the Giants by 14 and at Jacksonville by 10.
For the home opener, expect a big win.