DENVER — Denver wide receiver Eric Decker caught his second touchdown pass of the game from Peyton Manning and the eight-yard score extended the Broncos’ lead over the Cleveland Browns to 21-6 with 4:33 remaining in the third quarter of play from Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
The Broncos faced a first-and-goal from the eight-yard line after an illegal formation penalty, and Manning found Decker on the left side of the field. The receiver then fought his way through a pair of Browns defenders for the score.
With the scoring pass, Manning now has 72 career games with at least three passing touchdowns, which ties him for first all-time with former NFL quarterback, Brett Favre.
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