The Denver Broncos are in a good place right now for a variety of reasons.

First of all, being 3-0 after a pretty tough schedule to start the year is huge. Yes, talk all you want about the records of the Ravens, Chiefs and Lions, but if Peyton Manning won’t apologize for those wins than neither should you.

Second, they’re getting contributions from a ton of different guys. Each week someone different is making a huge play. Each week it feels like a new star is born. Each week there’s a different guys jersey you want to go buy.

That’s what made today’s Power Rankings so tough. Originally, this was going to be the team’s 10 best players, but narrowing it past 12 was nearly impossible. Still, we probably left some very worthy guys off.

With that in mind, here’s our best stab at Power Ranking the Denver Broncos 12 best players so far in 2015:

12. Brandon McManus – The Broncos kicker remains perfect on the season, hitting all six of his field goals and all eight of his extra points

11. Chris Harris Jr. – He has an interception to his name, but the reality is Harris Jr. just hasn’t had the ball thrown his way much — a sign of a great player

10. Demaryius Thomas – Thomas has had two monster moments; the fourth quarter drive in KC and the fourth down play in Detroit. Still, drops are a big concern

9. Brandon Marshall – Marshall’s signature moment was the strip of Jamaal Charles at Arrowhead; he also leads the team in tackles with 24

8. Von Miller – Miller’s stats haven’t been great so far, but Pro Football Focus backs up the fact he’s in the backfield disrupting things all the time

7. Bradley Roby – Roby’s scoop and score in Kansas City as well as his physics-defying interception in Detroit were both awesome — he’s a special kid