The Denver Broncos pushed their NFL-high winning streak to 10 games by blowing out the Cleveland Browns 34-12 with outstanding offense and demonstrative defense.
The Browns are bad, but their rookies Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson can play.
Denver put up 17 points in each half and led throughout to eventually win 34-17 over the Ravens. It was the Broncos first win in Baltimore since 1983 when they were still the Colts, and the first over the Ravens in Maryland.
Wesley Woodyard and Chris Kuper, two valuable starters for the Denver Broncos, could both be sidelined when their team takes on the Ravens in Baltimore this Sunday afternoon.
This week’s game presents a tough test for the Broncos, against the 9-4 Ravens in Baltimore, where Denver has never won. Wesley Woodyard and Chris Kuper returned to practice Wednesday, though, each were limited participants.
Thanks to their extraordinary eight-game winning streak, the Denver Broncos actually have a chance to land the AFC’s No. 1 seed. They’ll need some help from the teams ahead of them, though.
While the Broncos are off this Sunday following their win over the Raiders Thursday, fans can pull for the Houston Texans and Washington Redskins.
As the Broncos get ready to play a good Buccaneers team this Sunday, Robert Ayers was absent while Manny Ramirez and Brandon Stokley were each limited in practice Wednesday.
Trindon Holliday may be the smallest player in the history of the Denver Broncos, but his team-longest 105-yard touchdown return Sunday helped the team win the game.
Starting corner Tracy Porter will miss his third straight game Sunday, but all other Broncos are listed as probable for the game in Cincinnati, while the Bengals will be missing two of their own.