Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas tied a career high with nine catches and topped the 100-yard mark for the sixth game of the season on Sunday.
The Broncos won their 10th straight game to match the second-longest win streak in franchise history with their 34-12 win against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
Linebacker Von Miller finished Sunday’s win with 1.5 sacks to increase his season total to a Broncos-record 17.5.
During the Broncos’ last nine games, opponents have converted just 21-of-112 third-down attempts (18.8 pct.). That figure is best in the NFL with the next closest team, the New York Jets, nearly 10 percentage points behind (31-of-113, 27.4 pct.).
Wide receiver Eric Decker caught a pair of touchdowns against Cleveland to give him 11 on the season and 19 over the past two years. That total ties the Broncos’ record for receiving scores in a two-year span. Decker’s 11 touchdowns are tied for third-most in the league this year.
Tight end Jacob Tamme’s 36-yard catch in the second quarter and 33-yard catch in the third represent the two longest plays of his career.
Tight end Joel Dreessen established a new single-season career high with his 37th catch of the season in Sunday’s win.
Quarterback Peyton Manning threw for three scores against the Browns to tie Brett Favre for the most games with at least three touchdown passes in NFL history.
Sunday’s win vs. Cleveland marked the 99th overall career win as a head coach for John Fox.
Running back Knowshon Moreno finished with 127 yards from scrimmage (78 rushing / 49 receiving), topping the 100-scrimmage-yard mark for the fourth time in his five starts this season.
The Broncos have outscored opponents by 144 points in the second half this year to represent the second-highest figure since the 1970 NFL merger, and the best since Green Bay (+170) in 1996. Denver owns a 282-138 advantage in the second half this season.