I agree with the article....this team is getting better as the season goes along and is playing with some swagger, which I like.
If one of the 3 units has an off day and isn't hitting on all cylinders, the other 2 units have been stepping up and taking care of business.
A sign of a good team is one that might be a little off (like the offense yesterday), but still has the ability to go out and finish teams off.
The key now for John Fox is to keep them from getting big heads and keep them hungry and motivated. I'm not worried about that on the offensive side of the ball, as Peyton Manning will keep them focused and in line, but the defense needs to keep playing with a chip on their shoulder and a nasty demeanor.