2014 Outlook: The reigning fantasy points champion lost Eric Decker, arguably the Broncos' most productive wideout, to free agency. But don't shed a tear for Manning, who still has two dominant receivers in Demaryius Thomas and tight end Julius Thomas, as well as superb dink-and-dunk receivers in free-agent acquisition Emmanuel Sanders and Wes Welker (once he returns from his four-game suspension). Don't expect him to repeat last year's record-breaking season, especially since he is 38 and has four matchups against the tough NFC West. But even if Manning takes a step back, he has a very good shot at defending his fantasy points title.
2014 Outlook: Osweiler showed off his cannon arm at Arizona State, where he threw 57 completions of 20-plus yards in 2011 (sixth most in the FBS). The question is whether he'll ever get a chance to do the same before Peyton Manning retires. Manning's career-long durability has been incredible; outside of missing the entire 2011 season, he has started every game since 1998. But if he were to go down, we think this offense would have enough talent to operate at a B-level with Osweiler under center. He's a solid option in dynasty leagues.