It’s hard to find fault in a 29-10 victory in which the only points the (previously undefeated) opposition scored came on the heels of some questionable penalty calls by the officials – still that is the task for this week’s “Studs and Duds,” a Broncos-Packers edition.

But it’s even harder to narrow things down to only three “Studs” in what was by all accounts one of the best Broncos performances in recent memory. Sure, Peyton Manning didn’t have a touchdown pass for the third time on the season. But for the first time all year he connected regularly with his tight ends and on crossing routes, to the tune of 340 yards on the night.

Believe it or not, things went so well for the Denver Broncos on Sunday night against Packers, a group had ranked as its No. 2 team in the country heading into Week 8, that even a 21-for-29 for 340 yard performance by Manning was enough to land him a spot on our studs list. In fact, he didn’t even make our honorable mention this week.

So who rose to the occasion more than Manning? And whose little faults are we going to pick apart this week? Read on, Broncos Country…