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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 11/5/12

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Broncos Outlast Bengals 31-23
The Broncos improved to 5-3 with a 31-23 victory over the Bengals.

Notebook: Home Run for Holliday
Trindon Holliday provided a spark with the longest play in Broncos history; Von Miller set a career high with three sacks; Third-down success was key for both sides of the ball.

Big Fourth Quarter Lifts Broncos
The Broncos responded to a fourth-quarter deficit with an emphatic finish in Cincinnati.

Denver Broncos Videos

Broncos at Bengals: Fox
Head Coach John Fox talks about Sunday's 31-23 win against the Bengals.

Broncos at Bengals: Manning
Peyton Manning talks about Sunday's 31-23 win over the Bengals.

NFLN: Broncos at Bengals Highlights
The Broncos defeat the Cincinnati Bengals 31-23 at Paul Brown Stadium and take a one-game lead in the AFC West.

Broncos at Bengals: BTV Highlights
Pregame sound and field level highlights from the team's 31-23 win over the Bengals.

Sounds from the Locker Room
Champ Bailey and Von Miller talk about how the Broncos beat the Bengals 31-23 Sunday in Cincinnati.

EXCLUSIVE: Locker Room Celebration
Head Coach John Fox addresses the team immediately after beating the Bengals.

Broncos Fight Off Bengals - ESPN Video - ESPN
Peyton Manning threw three touchdown passes in the Broncos 31-23 win over the Bengals.

Sunday Blitz: Broncos-Bengals Recap - ESPN Video - ESPN
Prim Siripipat and Cris Carter break down the Broncos' 31-23 win over the Bengals

Doug Martin's Four TD Day - ESPN Video - ESPN
Buccaneers rookie RB Doug Martin rushes for four touchdowns and 251 yards as Tampa Bay holds off Oakland for the 42-32 win.

Sunday Blitz: Buccaneers-Raiders Recap - ESPN Video - ESPN
Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Buccaneers' 42-32 win over the Raiders

Denver Broncos Blogs

Peyton Manning throws 3 TDs, Broncos rally past Bengals in Cincinnati - The Denver Post - Mike Klis
For all the reasons the Broncos managed to defeat Cincinnati, 31-23 in an entertaining AFC football game here Sunday, let's focus on the singular factor of quarterback composure. - Manning throws three TDs, remains undefeated vs. Bengals
Another fourth-quarter comeback kept Peyton Manning perfect against Cincinnati.

Broncos win despite Bengals' Newman intercepting Manning - The Denver Post
Bengals cornerbacks had not intercepted a pass this season until Terence Newman picked off Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning twice in the third quarter Sunday.

Mark Kiszla: Broncos' Manning, Bailey not perfect, but still beat Bengals - The Denver Post
We learned two essential things about the Broncos during their 31-23 victory against Cincinnati.

Broncos' Trindon Holliday sets franchise record with 105-yard kickoff return at Cincinnati - The Denver Post - Jeff Legwold
Time does not fly when you're waiting for the fun.

Daugherty: Broncos, not Bengals, steeped in winning - The Denver Post
The words are familiar after awhile. They're as predictable as the birds, taking flight en masse around here.

Von Miller comes through with huge day for Broncos, nets three sacks - The Denver Post
If this keeps up, Broncos linebacker Von Miller may someday be considered for a spot on "Dancing with the Stars."

Broncos' Chris Kuper gets good news-bad news on injured ankle - The Denver Post - Mike Klis
Chris Kuper had that familar look of disgust.

Bummer for Bubba Caldwell | First-and-Orange - Mike Klis
This season has not gone as Andre "Bubba" Caldwell has hoped.

Bests and worsts from Broncos' win over Bengals - The Denver Post
Subtle stuff. It can be the difference. Near the end of the first half, Broncos cornerback Tony Carter kept the clock moving by keeping Bengals wide receiver Brandon Tate inbounds after a completion.

Broncos' Bailey happy to see fierce pass rush from Denver's D - The Denver Post
Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey has always talked about the need for a defense's coverage plans in the secondary to be paired with a nasty pass rush up front.

Division News

Darren McFadden of Oakland Raiders injures leg, ruled out - ESPN
Running back Darren McFadden suffered a high ankle sprain on his first carry of Sunday's 42-32 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,

Doug Martin’s star turn gets Buccaneers to 4-4 | ProFootballTalk
The Raiders were close to running out of running backs. - Martin's record day leads Bucs past Raiders
Rookie Doug Martin rushed for a franchise-record 251 yards and four touchdowns and Ahmad Black intercepted a Carson Palmer pass after Oakland had cut an 18-point deficit to three late in the fourth quarter and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers held on to beat the Raiders 42-32 on Sunday.

Raiders’ Desmond Bryant hospitalized with rapid heartbeat | ProFootballTalk
Raiders defensive tackle Desmond Bryant was taken to the hospital during Sunday’s game because of a rapid heartbeat, but he is expected to be OK.

NFL News

Saints insist Sean Payton will be back in 2013 | ProFootballTalk
ESPN’s Adam Schefter arguably had the Sunday pregame car wash story of the year today, reporting that Saints coach Sean Payton’s contract extension, signed in September 2011, was rejected by the league office at some point within the past year. - Report: League voided Saints' contract with Payton
The NFL voided the contract extension Saints head coach Sean Payton received in September 2011, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Tagliabue hearing will occur on November 13, at the earliest | ProFootballTalk
Last weekend, former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue canceled the bounty appeal hearing set for October 30, with Hurricane Sandy approaching the East Coast.

Miscellaneous Stuff

NFL Week 9: Breaking down the top three plays | National Football Post
Urlacher, Wallace and Doug Martin. Let's check them out. - Insider: Culliver is one of NFL's top cornerbacks
The following quotes are from NFL scouts, coaches and front-office personnel, speaking on the condition of anonymity:

Bud Adams puts entire Titans organization on notice | ProFootballTalk
The Titans won nine of 16 games in 2011. Through nine games in 2012, they’ve already lost six.

NFL morning after: Luck has the Colts on the way to the playoffs | ProFootballTalk
Andrew Luck was supposed to be this good. Just not this soon.

Go Broncos!

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