Posted November 07, 2012 on
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Peyton Manning had his way in Cincinnati, throwing for three touchdowns in a win. A week later, the Bengals are trying to end their four-game losing streak at home against another Manning.
Eli Manning and the New York Giants (6-3) come to Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday with a chance to extend Cincinnati's losing streak. The Bengals (3-5) have dropped four in a row, three of them at home.
The Broncos rallied for a 31-23 win last Sunday behind Peyton Manning, who improved to 8-0 career against the Bengals. Eli Manning is 1-1 against Cincinnati. It's the second time that a team has hosted the Mannings in back-to-back games. Tennessee did it in 2004, when Eli was a rookie and Peyton was with the Colts. The Titans swept the games.
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