Peyton Manning barks orders like a general and carves up defenses like a surgeon, but at heart he is a master craftsmen who makes the ultimate use of the tools around him.
Running backs and receivers instantly improve under his tutelage, as evidenced by the vast offensive progression in Denver during Manning's first year under center. Two of the prime recipients of his Hall Of Fame largesse were his big wide receivers, Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker.
Numbers 87 & 88 each clock in at 6'3" and pulled down precision passes from Peyton throughout the 2012 seasons as they gelled with the newly-arrived QB. The tandem became so proficient that they needed a nickname and gave themselves one
: Black & Decker (Thomas was the only African-American amongst the Bronco's top 5 pass-catchers that season). It not only fits their complexion and surnames, but aptly represents them as dependable implements for John Elway as he rebuilds the Mile High legacy.
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