I don't think Denver will get dominated because I think their defense will keep them in it, but I don't see how Denver puts up enough points to win the game. I look at their offense and other than DT and Sanders nobody scares me, and I don't see how Peyton gets them the ball. Manning is 2nd in the NFL in INT's on the year despite playing 6 games less than the leader(Bortles) who is only one INT higher than him. That doesn't bode particularly well when playing a team that leads the NFL in Interceptions as well as Fumble recovery. As for Denver running the ball, I certainly could see CJ Anderson having a decent day, but I think Carolina's front 7 is being severely overlooked. Carolina had 3 pro-bowlers in the front 7 and has 2 more(Star Lotulelei and Charles Johnson) who are among the best at their position when healthy, which they both currently are. While Denver's run defense is good, they're going up against the number 2 running team in the league. I think for Denver to win the game they'll have to do 3 things, stop the run(against a team that has rushed for over 100 yards in 31 straight games), win the takeaway battle(Carolina is plus 20 on the year in takeaways, while Denver is minus 4), and make a game changing D/ST play. Whether it be a pick 6, scoop and score, kick/punt return for a TD or even getting a big return deep into Carolina territory, Denver needs 1 maybe even 2 of these to win in my opinion. I think I'll go Carolina 23-13.