The Broncos defeated the Browns on Sunday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High by a score of 34-12. It was their 10th straight win, tying the second-longest win streak in franchise history.
The win improved the team to 12-3.
Quarterback Peyton Manning topped the 300-yard passing mark and threw for three passing touchdowns on the day and wideout Demaryius Thomas topped the 100-yard receiving mark and scored one touchdown.
Manning was 30-of-43 on the game for 339 yards with three touchdowns, an interception and a passer rating of 106.6
Thomas tied a career-high with nine catches for 102 yards and a touchdown. Wideout Eric Decker scored two touchdowns of his own, adding six catches for 65 yards.
The Broncos scored the first touchdown of the game on the opening possession, which took them less than three minutes to find the end zone. The Browns responded with a field goal on their first possession, but the Broncos then added another touchdown on their next possession to make it 14-3.
Denver added another 20 points in the second half – one touchdown from each Decker and Thomas.
Also in the second half, linebacker Von Miller broke the Broncos single-season sack record. He entered the game with 16, recorded a half-sack and then got another one to break the old record of 17, which was set by defensive end Elvis Dumervil.
Denver takes on the Kansas City Chiefs next Sunday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in the regular season finale.