The gameplan was clearly to rush a minimum of players and force Peyton to maintain consistent drives to score. We held up alright with Talib in there, things degraded when he was taken out. But this was an all time great offense, with ALL of its weapons healthy, playing at home in conditions so perfect they should be forecasted by saying "A Manning is coming this Sunday". Anyone who expected much less than 26 points allowed was rockin' the ganja. Where they failed was in producing turnovers to spark an offense that, in turn, did them NO favors by failing to sustain drives or score points to put pressure on Denver's O.