The Broncos leave Cincinnati with a 31-23 victory against the Bengals after another strong fourth quarter.
Denver jumped out to a 10-3 first-half lead with a 13-yard touchdown connection from quarterback Peyton Manning to wide receiver Eric Decker.
With the touchdown, Decker became the fifth player in team history to catch a touchdown in five straight games.
Wide receiver Trindon Holliday put the Broncos up 17-3 with a 105-yard kick return touchdown to open the second half, but the Bengals rallied to score the next 17 points and take a 20-17 lead early in the fourth quarter.
But from there, it was all Denver as the Broncos scored the next 14 points of the game on touchdown passes to tight end Joel Dreessen and Eric Decker.
Manning finished with 27-of-35 passing for 291 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions.
The Denver defense put forth a five-sack effort led by linebacker Von Miller who had three of them.
Cornerback Champ Bailey made his first interception of the season and tied former Bronco Mike Harden for the fifth-most interceptions in team history with 33.