Denver Broncos vs. San Diego Chargers Recap
October 23, 2014
Peyton manning threw for 3 touchdowns as the Denver Broncos defeated the San Diego chargers 35-21 at mile high stadium in Denver. Manning threw for 286 yards, and his three touchdowns were all to Emmanuel sanders. With the win, the Broncos are now 6-1, while division rival San Diego moves to 5-3. Manning now has 513 touchdowns; he recently eclipsed Brett Favre's all time touchdown record. Sanders was the star, as he caught 11 receptions and over 100 yards. For San Diego, Antonio gates caught five receptions for 54 yards and two touchdowns. With his receptions, he became san diego's all time leading receiver in terms of yards. San Diego had entered the game as the 2nd best team in terms of third down conversions, but the Denver defense held them to 4 conversions on 10 opportunities.
Denver Broncos vs. San Francisco 49ers Recap
October 19, 2014
What a historic day, October 19, 2014 will one of the most remembered days in NFL history; the day that Peyton Manning broke Brett Farve's touchdown passing record with a little over 3 Minutes left in the second quarter with 8 yard pass to Demaryius Thomas which was one of Thomas's 2 touchdown catches of the night. In his usual form Manning had another stellar performance going 22-26 on pass attempts throwing over 300 yards all while tossing 3 touchdowns and no interceptions. The 49'ers who by no means are a push over just did not seam to have an answer for Manning and the Broncos defense; Kaepernick who was pressured for most of the day threw 24 completions on 39 attempts, one TD and one Interception for 263 Yards. The Broncos defense kept the pressure on the 49'ers quarterback and sacked him six times with half of the sacks coming from DeMarcus Ware alone. Looks like the Broncos wanted to make sure there Quarterback not only had a record breaking night but also got the win to go along with his performance.
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New York Jets vs. Denver Broncos Recap
October 12, 2014
Coming into the game, the Jets were struggling on a four game losing streak, and the Broncos were coming off a great game against one of the best defenses in the league. At the start of the game, it was close and at the end of the first quarter it was 7-3 Jets. By half time, the Broncos were up 17-7. From then on, the Broncos held the lead behind the arm of Peyton Manning and running back Ronnie Hillman who had 237 yards passing and 100 yards rushing, respectively. Overall, the Broncos out gained the Jets in total yards 359 to 204.