The Denver Broncos didn't need a miracle finish to beat the Cleveland Browns -- just a strong defense that has gone from deplorable to dominant.
Pass-rusher Elvis Dumervil tied a franchise record with four sacks and linebacker Andra Davis had 10 tackles against his old team in leading Denver to a 27-6 win Sunday.
The Broncos, who beat Cincinnati last week on Brandon Stokley's 87-yard touchdown catch with 11 seconds left, are 2-0 under new coach Josh McDaniels, who worked with Browns coach Eric Mangini in New England.
Mangini's new team is 0-2.
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