Monday, November 10, 2008

More on the game:

I have way less time than I've wanted the last couple weeks. So via
"After a few weeks where things didn't go the Broncos' way, Denver pulled out a gutsy comeback victory in Cleveland on Thursday night, 34-30.
After trailing 23-10 in the third quarter, the Denver offense came alive, scoring 17 straight points to take the lead. Then after Cleveland retook the lead with just under five minutes remaining in the contest,
Jay Cutler found Brandon Marshall in the back left corner of the endzone for the 11-yard go-ahead score.
Cutler threw for 447 yards, including a 93-yard score to
Eddie Royal and the winning touchdown to Marshall with just over a minute left in the game.
The defense held up as well, stepping up at key moments throughout the game.
Dre' Bly forced a fumble in the fourth quarter, and after the Broncos took the lead late in the game, the defense made a big stop on fourth-and-one to seal it.
The win puts the Broncos at 5-4, alone in first place in the AFC West, a game and a half ahead of the second place San Diego Chargers. The team now has 10 days to prepare for its next opponent: the Atlanta Falcons."

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