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The 4-3 Denver Broncos may be playing the best football right now but their record does not reflect it. At 3-4, the Cincinnati Bengals are spiraling downward and descending in the AFC North. A win for the Broncos will help create a larger distance in their AFC West lead and a win for the Bengals will keep them in pace with the Steelers and Ravens.So what is likely to take place at Paul Brown Stadium?Earlier this week, Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis called out quarterback Andy Dalton for lacking as a leader and failing to rally the troops on a consistent basis. Averaging 257 passing yards per game, Dalton will try to respond to his coach's criticism but will ultimately cost his team the game by trying to "do too much" and committing costly turnovers. As a result of his coach's pressure, racking up 300 passing yards in a high pass-attempt count, Dalton will throw three INTs, all leading to points for the Broncos and burying the Bengals in a deep hole.With that sa...
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We’re starting a new weekly series, Between the Numbers (BTN), evaluating where some of Denver’s biggest stars stand in comparison to the rest of the NFL. Today, we’ll look at WR Demaryius Thomas.
Thomas is averaging 97.0 receiving yards per game heading into Week 9 of the season, which ranks second in the NFL. Here’s a look at how the stacks up against the rest of the...
Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker is congratulated by center Dan Koppen (67) after Decker scored on a 13-yard pass reception in the first half of an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Michael Keating)
Sometimes, it’s not about necessarily outplaying your opponent. Sometimes, it’s about keeping your composure...
One of the interesting match-ups I will be watching on Sunday is that of Champ Bailey and AJ Green. In he match-up of the Broncos and the Bengals last season, Champ was out and had to watch as AJ racked up 124 yds and a TD on his Broncos.
In an article today in the Denver post, Champ talks about AJ and how he thinks he is one of the best receivers in the league.
Peyton Manning overcame a pair of interceptions by throwing three touchdown passes Sunday, rallying Denver to a 31-23 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Trindon Holliday also returned a kickoff a Broncos-record 105 yards for a touchdown.
Manning improved to 8-0 career against Cincinnati (3-5), which has lost four in a row for the first time in two years. This win didn't come...
In today’s game against the Bengals, Trindon Hollidy took back the second half kickoff 105 yards for a score.
Holliday was picked up by the Broncos after being released by the Texans. He returned three kicks for touchdowns in the preseason. The return was the longest in Denver Broncos history.
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(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated.) By ARNIE STAPLETON AP Pro Football Writer Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis isn't the only one haunted by the ''Immaculate Deflection.''
So is Brandon Stokley, who caught the batted ball and raced 87 yards for the score with 11 seconds left, giving Denver an improbable 12-7 win at Cincinnati in 2009.
With the Bengals (3...