Week 17 of the 2013 NFL season was like a daytime soap opera. The Jets and Rex Ryan were "bold" in a 20-7 victory over the Miami Dolphins, while Peyton Manning and the Broncos were certainty "beautiful" in a masterful 34-14 win over the Raiders. The Cleveland Browns lacked the necessary "Passion(s)" after a solid start to 2013 and gave their head coach the pink slip. After a heart-breaking loss to the Bengals, the Ravens realized there won't be a Super Bowl "Dynasty" after all. Key performances from Aaron Rodgers and Philip Rivers helped the Packers and Chargers find their "Guiding Light" into postseason play.Away from all the winners and losers pondering the next "Days of" their football lives, NFL legend Tony Gonzalez also called it a career. He now begins his life in "Another World"- one that doesn't revolve around the gridiron.Here's What Else We Learned:Broncos Highest Scoring Team in NFL History: Behind Peyton Manning's record-setting 5, 477-yards and 55 TD passes, the Broncos coasted to a 13-3 record to claim the top spot in the AFC and a first round bye. Even with a sometimes suspect defense, Denver is a...