Broncos route Browns 27-6

By: AP/11 Sports
By: AP/11 Sports

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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  • by Lola E. Location: CA on Sep 21, 2009 at 01:39 AM
    Congratulation to the team. If they continue playing like that in the entire season, they might be able to win in the championship. Some of them might even be picked in MNF. Speaking of MNF, people are looking for the Monday Night Football scores, as there was a two for one on Monday Night Football on Monday, September 14th, 2009 – as it was the first MNF for the season. Here are the Monday Night Football scores for you: The Buffalo Bills were pipped at the death by the New England Patriots, 24 – 25, and the San Diego Chargers fought back at the end to defeat the Oakland Raiders 24 – 20. Two 4th quarter comebacks made for dramatic games, as the Bills started strong and the Raiders punched holes in the Charger's defense with a punishing running game, but both were beaten at the death of the games. Hopefully you didn't put big installment loans on the Bills or Raiders, or the Monday Night Football scores might be bad news
  • by XimenaC Location: LA on Sep 21, 2009 at 01:33 AM
    Flu shots are going to be in high demand this year, especially since this whole swine flu business began. Once again, the ability of the private market, through charity, has made it's ability to act quicker than government known again, as several companies are offering free flu shots, or a discount on them, to the uninsured and/or unemployed – Walgreens and CVS, the online pharmacy company, will be offering about $3 million worth of free shots. Rite Aid and Wal Mart are following suit. The shots offered will not counter the H1N1 virus. It's good to know someone is willing to offer free flu shots to those who otherwise would need installment loans to get one.
  • by john Location: briargate on Sep 20, 2009 at 05:40 PM
    The Broncos are surprising us, that's great. Your writer needs to learn that route is a road, sometimes a pass route is football terminology, and a rout is a significant victory. Thanks
  • by chris stroud Location: ordway co on Sep 20, 2009 at 05:18 PM
    it was a good game the d came out and really showed the coach what he wanted and the fans what we pay for and what we love to see.
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