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Broncos vs. Panthers: Denver wins fourth straight, tops Carolina, 36-14

Peyton Manning led the Denver Broncos to their fourth straight win on Sunday, as the Broncos topped the Carolina Panthers, 36-14.

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McGahee sets career high in fumbles

Willis McGahee has already set career highs in fumbles and fumbles lost in 2012, and isn't pointing the finger at anybody but himself.


Manning talks about tying Marino with 420 TDs

Peyton Manning tied Dan Marino for second place atop the career passing touchdown leaderboard on Sunday, and spoke about what it means to be mentioned alongside the Hall of Fame quarterback.


Von Miller will 'never run out of sack dances'

Von Miller was one of the top players in a dominant showing for the Broncos defense on Sunday, coming complete with his own 'Superman' sack dance.


Broncos vs. Panthers: 'Orange Crush' returns?

After a superb showing by the defense against the Carolina Panthers, the Broncos defense might once again be an 'Orange Crush.'


Elvis Dumervil's shoulder MRI set for Monday

Denver Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil left Sunday's victory over the Carolina Panthers with a strained left shoulder. He will have an MRI on Monday.


Broncos win fourth straight, top Panthers 36-14

The Denver Broncos notched their fourth straight win on Sunday, defeating the Carolina Panthers, 36-14.


Tony Carter pick-six adds to Broncos lead

The Denver Broncos added to their lead in the third quarter, and this time, it was the defense getting in on the act. A 40-yard interception return by Tony Carter pushed the Broncos lead to 24-7, a 17-point lead that would hold as the quarter came to a close.

Carter picked off Carolina quarterback Cam Newton on the right boundary and immediately took it down the sideline for the score. He was never touched as he cruised in for the easy touchdown. It was his second pick of the season, but he got a huge assist from the pass rush put on by Von Miller. Denver has been putting constant pressure on Newton all day, and it was Miller once again who was right in the face of the Panthers QB. Miller burst through the middle of the line, forcing Newton to spin around to avoid the rush. He went to his left, and as he launched the pass off-balance, Miller dove at his legs and brought him down. The pressure and subsequent scramble undoubtedly took something off the pass and Carter was right there on the other end.

The pick-six came right on the heels of a turnover by Peyton Manning. The Broncos offense has not been particularly sharp so far, but 14 points from the defense and special teams has them in control as the game moves to the fourth quarter.


Holliday houses it again, Broncos lead 17-7

The Denver Broncos lead the Carolina Panthers, 17-7, after one half in Charlotte. The Broncos reeled off 17 unanswered points to take the lead into the locker room, as all three phases contributed once again with Denver going for its fourth straight win.

The Broncos broke the 7-7 tie just seconds into the second quarter. For the second straight week, it was return man Trindon Holliday making the difference on special teams. Holliday took a 76-yard punt from Brad Nortman to the house for the 14-7 lead. The former LSU track star now has three returns for touchdowns this season. Last week, he opened the second half in Cincinnati with a 105-yard kick return, where he was never touched. This time, he had to do a little more dodging and weaving on his way to the end zone. He tip toed down the right sideline, narrowly beating the angle taken by the Panthers punter.

But there was some controversy over whether the touchdown should have counted, as replays showed Holliday dropping the ball at, or before, he crossed the plane. All touchdowns are automatically reviewed, but the officials did not overturn the score. Here's a gif of him hitting the goal line. You decide:



Manning marches Broncos on TD drive to pull even

After one quarter in Charlotte, the Panthers and Broncos are knotted in a 7-7 tie. The Broncos offense went three-and-out on their first possession and picked up just 15 yards on their second drive before punting it away again. The Carolina offense controlled time of possession at the start of the game, but Manning and the Broncos offense finally got rolling on their last possession of the quarter.

Manning went over the top to a streaking Demaryius Thomas down the middle of the field for a big 32-yard gain that moved the offense into the red zone. Two plays later, the Broncos completely fooled the Carolina defense and Manning hit Brandon Stokely for a 10-yard touchdown. Denver sent three wide receivers out to the right, and Manning immediately left the pocket on a designed rollout to that side. Stokely sneakily moved back across the field to his left and was wide open as the entire Carolina defense rolled with Manning. The Denver QB dropped it right in and Stokeley scampered in for the score.

The touchdown brought the game even, as the Panthers struck first halfway through the opening quarter when Cam Newton hit Greg Olsen on a throwback pass to the left flat. Olsen was wide open and easily converted the four-yard touchdown on a completely uncovered left side of the field. Olsen and Newton did most of the work on the drive, with the Panthers' tight end hauling in catches of 16 and 26 yards before the touchdown.


Chris Kuper among Broncos inactives on Sunday

Eric Decker and Willis McGahee are both active for the Denver Broncos on Sunday. Chris Kuper will sit out.


Broncos vs. Panthers: Game time and TV schedule

The Denver Broncos travel to take on a Carolina Panthers team that is much better than the record may indicate.


Broncos injuries: Chris Kuper, Tracy Porter out

Denver will be without starting guard Chris Kuper and cornerback Tracy Porter.


Tracy Porter still held out of Broncos practice

Denver cornerback recovering from symptoms stemming from an August seizure


Broncos' top 3 WRs banged up

All three of the Broncos' top pass-catchers are listed on the team's initial Week 10 injury report. The good news is that two of them were full participants in Wednesday's practice.

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