BRONCOS AT BENGALS:
BRONCOS BEAT BENGALS 31-23: A pair of Peyton Manning fourth-quarter touchdown passes helped Denver defeat Cincinnati 31-23 at Paul Brown Stadium.
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BRONCOS AT BENGALS PREVIEW: Watch NFL Films’ preview of today’s game and read DenverBroncos.com’s breakdown to get ready for kickoff.
BRONCOS ON TWITTER: Follow the action on Twitter, as well, via the Broncos’ official gameday account. @BroncosGameday will keep fans updated with live, in-game updates throughout tonight’s matchup. To chime in with your tweets, use #DENvsCIN.
NFL GAMEPASS: For international Broncos fans located outside the United States and Mexico, watch tonight’s game live and in HD with NFL GamePass.
BRONCOS MOBILE APP: For those of you who follow the action on your smartphone, there’s a free official Broncos mobile app. On your smartphone, visit BroncosMobile.com to download it.
BRONCOS TV: ON SITE: PAUL BROWN STADIUM: Check out this week’s episode of Broncos TV: On Site as Chris Hall and Gray Caldwell preview this afternoon’s showdown between the Broncos and Bengals.
BRONCOS ON INSTAGRAM: The Broncos have joined Instagram. Follow the team’s account, DenverBroncos, for exclusive, behind-the-scenes photos from Dove Valley, road trips and gameday.
PREGAME PHOTO GALLERY: Take a look at photos from pregame as the Broncos get ready to take on the Bengals.
INACTIVES: The Broncos and Bengals have announced the players who will be inactive for today’s contest.
BRONCOS WIN TOSS, DEFER: After winning the coin toss, the Broncos chose to defer to the second half, starting the game on defense. Click here for a list of the captains and starters.
BRONCOS STRIKE FIRST WITH FIELD GOAL: Denver has a 3-0 lead after a 12-play, 55-yard drive set up a 43-yard field goal by kicker Matt Prater.
BENGALS EVEN SCORE AT 3-3: On a drive highlighted by a long pass from quarterback Andy Dalton to wide receiver A.J. Green, the Bengals moved into position for a game-tying 28-yard field goal by kicker Mike Nugent.
BRONCOS GO UP 10-3: Denver now leads 10-3 after an 80-yard scoring drive culminating in a 13-yard touchdown strike from quarterback Peyton Manning to wide receiver Eric Decker.
MISSED FIELD GOAL KEEPS IT 10-3:Cincinnati moved into position for a field goal just before halftime, but was unable to convert.
FIRST HALF AUDIO HIGHLIGHTS: Click here to listen to audio highlights from the first half.
HOLLIDAY GIVES DENVER 14-POINT LEAD:Wide receiver Trindon Holliday returned the opening kickoff of the second half 105 yards for a record-breaking touchdown.
CINCINNATI MAKES IT 17-10: Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton found wide receiver A.J. Green for a 10-yard touchdown that capped a 6-play, 80-yard drive that makes it a one-possession game.
INJURY UPDATE: Tight end Jacob Tamme has injured his left elbow and his return is probable.
DRIVE ENDS WITH INTERCEPTION: A promising 74-yard drive by Denver that penetrated the Bengals’ 10-yard line ended in an interception by Cincinnati cornerback Terence Newman.
BENGALS CUT LEAD TO 17-13: With a 49-yard field goal by kicker Mike Nugent, Cincinnati now trails by just four points.
BENGALS TAKE 20-17 LEAD: After an interception, the Bengals took advantage of good field position with a 27-yard touchdown drive culminating in a 2-yard TD run by BenJarvus Green-Ellis.
BRONCOS REGAIN LEAD: Denver is back in front after an 80-yard scoring march that ended with quarterback Peyton Manning finding tight end Joel Dreessen open in the end zone for the 1-yard, go-ahead score.
PICK SETS UP SECOND STRAIGHT BRONCOS TD: After an interception by cornerback Champ Bailey, quarterback Peyton Manning and the offense took over in Bengals territory and stretched the lead to 11 points on a short TD pass to wide receiver Eric Decker.
BENGALS PULL WITHIN 31-23: Quarterback Andy Dalton led the Bengals down the field for a last-minute field goal to cut the lead to 8 points.
Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, Gameday Coverage, Week 9