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Denver Broncos score a ton of points to overcome sluggish first half - Horse Tracks

Von Miller and Wesley Woodyard led the Orange Crush back to respectability in Week 8, helping the Denver Broncos enter the Bye Week with a near perfect 7-1 record. Hopefully, Peyton Manning can get healthy on the other side of the Bye...
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Denver scores 38 unanswered in 45-21 win - Mile High Report
The 2013 Denver Broncos played their worst five minutes of football in the middle of the Redskins game Sunday. Then the fireworks started.

Broncos News & Blogs

Broncos and Washington turn blowout into circus of turnovers - Denver Post
No, in fact, the quarterbacks were not color blind. It might have seemed that way Sunday afternoon in Denver, when the distinction between an electric orange jersey and a white one apparently ceased to exist.

Von Miller out of NFL doghouse and into the sack column for Broncos - Denver Post
With the game in the balance Sunday, fourth quarter, Washington had just moved for a first down when Miller, the Broncos' pass-rushing strongside linebacker, flew past left tackle Trent Williams.

Broncos rally past Washington as Peyton Manning buries 3 INTs with 4 TDs - Denver Post
Bring on the dropping temperatures and drop down the snow. The Broncos are ready for tough outdoor conditions, where the manliest of football men run the ball, the defense gets mean and Peyton Manning can save his arm.

Peyton’s Take: Broncos vs. Redskins |
Read Peyton Manning's take on Denver's Week 8 win vs. Washington.

Running Backs Combine for 100 Yards |
The running back corps went over 100 yards on the ground with a touchdown in addition to being a threat in the passing game.

Peyton Manning's late surge lifts Denver to 45-21 win -
The Denver Broncos fell behind Washington, 21-7, in the second half of Sunday's Week 8 game, but Peyton Manning and company stormed back, scoring 38 unanswered points and coming away with a 45-21 victory.

Broncos kickoff splits the uprights -
And no, you don't get three points for that. Just a touchback. Pretty sweet kick, though. We knew Matt Prater had it in him.

Broncos beat down Redskins in fourth quarter for win | Cover 32
The Denver Broncos came out and looked to win decisively Sunday and did just that. While it was a slow start to the game, as the men in orange and blue scored only seven points in the first half and then put up 38 points in the second half.

Three Fourth-Down Conversions Help Denver Broncos Beat Washington Redskins 45-21 - Predominantly Orange
John Fox may have more grey hair now than any ex-U.S. President, but the Denver Broncos pulled off a thrilling 45-21 win over the Washington Redskins to put them at 7-1 heading into the bye.

Gut Reaction: Week 8 - Denver vs. Washington - It's All Over, Fat Man!
The Broncos bumped, pushed, and otherwise beat the hell out of Robert Griffin on their way to a 45-21 victory. Sacks don’t tell the story, although they did get to Griffin three times.

Broncos Media

Manning on Week 8 Win |
Peyton Manning talks to the press after Sunday's win over Washington.

Fox: 'Our Best Defensive Outing' |
Head Coach John Fox talks to the media following the Broncos 45-21 victory over the Redskins.

Locker Room Celebration |
Exclusive access inside the Broncos locker room following Sunday's win over Washington.

Week 8: Peyton Manning highlights - NFL Videos
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning threw for 354 yards and 4 TD's in the team's 45-21 victory over the Washington Redskins.

Broncos postgame press conference - NFL Videos
Broncos react following game with Redskins

Week 8: Washington Redskins vs. Denver Broncos highlights - NFL Videos
Mike Shanahan's return to Sports Authority Field at Mile High was spoiled as the Denver Broncos took down the Washington Redskins 45-21 in Week 8.

AFC West Rival Roundup

Browns vs. Chiefs: Andy Reid proud of 'grind it out' win for KC - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs had a close call at home, but moved to 8-0 with a 23-17 win over the Browns.

Kansas City Chiefs 23, Cleveland Browns 17: Ugly but good enough - Arrowhead Pride
Kansas City looked awful at times, and great at times. More importantly, it found a way to stay undefeated

Terrelle Pryor, teammates react to his 93-yard touchdown run - Silver And Black Pride
The big subject of the Raiders big win over the Steelers today is Terrelle Pryor's electric, record-setting 93-yard run on the first play from scrimmage. You can read all about the play and see the GIF by going here.

Raiders defense wins day despite offensive record low second half vs Steelers - Silver And Black Pride
The term "tail of two halves" likes to be thrown around from time to time when a team's first and second halves completely differ from one another. That statement could probably be used to describe the Raiders offense a few times this season.

NFL News & Blogs

Dez Bryant unhappy with Tony Romo in sideline spat -
Dez Bryant was livid that Tony Romo wasn't targeting him in the Dallas Cowboys' 31-30 loss to the Detroit Lions. After all, Bryant had just two catches (including a ridiculous touchdown) for 22 yards through three quarters Sunday. (Dez = #douche)

Cardinals demolish Falcons, Atlanta's disappointing season continues -
The Arizona Cardinals dealt yet another blow to the Atlanta Falcons, blowing them out, 27-13, at home. Arizona improves to 4-4 on the season, while the Falcons fall to 2-5.

Trent Richardson and 400 carries
In 75 carries with the Colts, Richardson is averaging just 3.0 yards per carry. Even though I find yards per carry overrated, there is a certain baseline level of production needed for every running back, and 3.0 falls well short of that number. For his career, Richardson now has 1,283 yards on 373 yards, a 3.44 YPC average.

Calvin Johnson Nearly Breaks NFL Receiving Record in Thrilling Win vs. Cowboys | Bleacher Report
Calvin Johnson's machine-like production from the wide receiver spot has fittingly earned him the moniker "Megatron," and he added to his legend in Week 8 by nearly breaking the NFL's all-time single-game receiving record against the Dallas Cowboys in a winning cause. (Megatron = #stud)

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