BRONCOS AT FALCONS:
BRONCOS FALL TO FALCONS, 27-21: Denver was able to cut into a 20-point first half deficit against the Atlanta Falcons, but ultimately came up six points short.
Below are the blogs from tonight’s action.
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.
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 TV: ON SITE: Click here to watch Broncos TV On Site: Georgia Dome, featuring Chris Hall and Gray Caldwell. Each week, they come to you live from field level to break down the Broncos’ matchup.
PREGAME PHOTOS: View photos from the pregame action as the Broncos arrive in Atlanta and prepare to take on the Falcons on Monday Night Football.
TONIGHT’S INACTIVES: Click here for a list of the players that will not suit up tonight.
BRONCOS WIN TOSS: The Broncos won the toss and elected to receive. Click here for a list of Denver’s captains and starters.
FALCONS STRIKE FIRST: Michael Turner’s 1-yard touchdown run put the Falcons ahead early in the first quarter.
FALCONS EXTEND LEAD WITH FIELD GOAL: The Broncos defense held Atlanta to a field goal after the Falcons took over in Denver territory.
DEFENSE HOLDS AFTER THIRD INTERCEPTION: The Denver defense forced a Falcons’ three-and-out following a third Peyton Manning interception.
MORENO FUMBLES, FIRST QUARTER ENDS: The Falcons begin the third quarter with the ball and a 10-0 lead following a fourth Broncos turnover.
FALCONS ADD TO LEAD: Atlanta converted on a 42-yard field goal to extend its lead to 13-0.
FALCONS LEAD 20-0: A 73-yard touchdown drive put the Falcons ahead 20-0 late in the second quarter.
BRONCOS ON THE BOARD: Peyton Manning hit Demaryius Thomas for a touchdown in the final seconds of the first half. Watch the play here.
MANNING PASSES ELWAY ON ALL-TIME PASS ATTEMPTS LIST: A strong second quarter helped Peyton Manning make a bit of history.
FALCONS EXTEND LEAD: Roddy White’s third-quarter touchdown grab makes it 27-7 in favor of Atlanta.
INJURY UPDATE: Linebacker Joe Mays left the field in the third quarter. Click here for his status.
TOUCHDOWN BRINGS BRONCOS CLOSER: An 88-yard drive that culminated with a Willis McGahee touchdown run narrowed the deficit for the Broncos.
BRONCOS WITHIN ONE SCORE: Willis McGahee’s second touchdown of the game brought the Broncos to within one score.
Tags: Atlanta Falcons, Gameday Coverage, Week 2