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Broncos turn out the Browns’ lights

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Elvis Dumervil and the Broncos delivered a knockout blow to Brandon Weeden and the Cleveland Browns 34-12 on Sunday in Denver. Von Miller broke Dumervil’s single-season sack record for the Broncos with 1½ on the day for 17½ on the season, and in the process of Miller’s half-sack that ended up with Dumervil on top of the Browns’ rookie, the two combined to knock Weeden from the game.
Cleveland Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson carried nine times for 53 yards and showed flashes of brilliance, but the Broncos’ defense clamped down on the Browns’ offense and allowed just 12 points.
Eric Decker caught six balls for 65 yards and a pair of spikes Sunday in a 34-12 victory over the Denver Broncos. His two touchdown catches added to his team-high total, Nos. 10 and 11 this season.
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With his 53 yards, Browns’ rookie RB Trent Richardson has 950, surpassing Jim Brown for the franchise rookie record. ... Denver’s 10-game win streak matches the second longest in franchise history, tying the 1984 team with John Elway at quarterback. ... Broncos’ QB Peyton Manning passed Elway and Jake Plummer for second-most yards passing in a season for the Broncos. Manning needs 172 to break Jay Cutler’s record.

Broncos turn out the Browns’ lights

Elvis Dumervil and the Broncos delivered a knockout blow to Brandon Weeden and the Cleveland Browns 34-12 on Sunday in Denver. Von Miller broke Dumervil’s single-season sack record for the Broncos with 1½ on the day for 17½ on the season, and in the process of Miller’s half-sack that ended up with Dumervil on top of the Browns’ rookie, the two combined to knock Weeden from the game.
Cleveland Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson carried nine times for 53 yards and showed flashes of brilliance, but the Broncos’ defense clamped down on the Browns’ offense and allowed just 12 points.
Eric Decker caught six balls for 65 yards and a pair of spikes Sunday in a 34-12 victory over the Denver Broncos. His two touchdown catches added to his team-high total, Nos. 10 and 11 this season.
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