BRONCOS AT RAVENS:
BRONCOS BEAT RAVENS 34-17: Denver won its ninth straight game with a 34-17 victory at M&T Bank Stadium.
Stay tuned to DenverBroncos.com for continued coverage on the win.
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 #DENvsBAL.
1-ON-1 WITH ESPN’S TOM JACKSON: Take a look at DenverBroncos.com’s talk with former Broncos linebacker and ESPN analyst Tom Jackson.
ELWAY JOINS NFL NETWORK’S TOTAL ACCESS: Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway sat down for an interview on the NFL Network’s Total Access.
VOTE FOR BRONCOS FOR PRO BOWL: Fans have one day left to vote their favorite players for this year’s Pro Bowl. Click here to vote.
BRONCOS AT RAVENS PREVIEWS: Fans can prepare for kickoff by watching the NFL Films preview and reading the breakdown by DenverBroncos.com, complete with important matchups and the key to victory. For a look at some notable stats and figures entering today’s game, take a look at What to Watch For.
NFL GAMEPASS: For international Broncos fans located outside the United States and Mexico, watch today’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 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.
LISTEN LIVE: Listen to the live AM 850 KOA broadcast of the game featuring Dave Logan on play-by-play, Ed McCaffrey on color commentary and Alan Roach reporting from the sideline.
BRONCOS TV ON SITE: M&T BANK STADIUM: Watch Week 15′s installment of Broncos TV On Site, as Chris Hall and Gray Caldwell preview the game from the field.
PREGAME PHOTO GALLERY: View photos from on the field and around M&T Bank Stadium, where the Broncos will battle the Raiders.
INACTIVES: Click here for the list of players who will be inactive for today’s contest.
BRONCOS AT RAVENS: COIN TOSS: The Ravens won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
BRONCOS AT RAVENS: STARTERS: Take a look at the Broncos’ starting lineups.
BRONCOS STRIKE FIRST: After taking over their own 47-yard line thanks to a fumble recovery by the defense, Denver moved 44 yards in 11 plays for a 27-yard field goal and a 3-0 lead.
RUN GAME KEYS TD DRIVE: With Knowshon Moreno and the running game leading the way, the Broncos marched 78 yards for a touchdown that made it 10-0.
HARRIS MAKES IT 17-0: A 98-yard interception return for a touchdown by cornerback Chris Harris turned what looked like a scoring opportunity for Baltimore into a huge play that extended Denver’s lead.
RAVENS CUT INTO LEAD: Taking advantage of good field position after a long kickoff return by wide receiver Jacoby Jones, the Ravens got their first points of the afternoon on a 45-yard field goal by kicker Justin Tucker.
BACK-TO-BACK SCORES STRETCH BRONCOS’ LEAD TO 31-3: With a pair of quick-strike scoring drives, Denver has padded its lead to 28 points.
RAVENS TRIM DEFICIT TO 21 POINTS: Baltimore cut into the Broncos’ lead with a 31-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Joe Flacco to tight end Dennis Pitta.
BRONCOS PLAY KEEP-AWAY, ADD FIELD GOAL: Denver ran 9:59 off the clock with 14 handoffs on a 15-play drive that ended in a 36-yard Matt Prater field goal.
PITTA BRINGS BALTIMORE WITHIN 17: A 61-yard touchdown reception by Baltimore tight end Dennis Pitta brought the score to 34-17, Broncos.
Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Gameday Coverage, Week 15