The Broncos overcame a fourth-quarter deficit against the Cincinnati Bengals, with Peyton Manning tossing two late touchdown passess to give Denver a 31-23 win. Manning had thrown two interceptions earlier in the game, both picked off by Terence Newman, going 27-of-35 for 291 yards and three total touchdowns in the game.
The Panthers are finally rebounding from an incredibly disappointing start to the season, beating the Washington Redskins 21-13 on Sunday afternoon. Quarterback Cam Newton was 13-of-23 for 201 yards and a touchdown, as the Panthers created just 330 total yards of offense in the game.
Denver sports the No. 4 passing offense in the NFL and will be a handful for the Panthers' 15th-ranked pass defense. Running back Willis McGahee. who had 66 yards on 23 carries against the Bengals, could find room to run against a Panthers defense that has been allowing 114.4 yards rushing per game.
The Broncos take on the Panthers at 11 a.m. MT on Sunday, Nov. 11, with television coverage on CBS.