KUSA - Denver Broncos make a single-game franchise record with 52 points to win the game over the Philadelphia Eagles.
That isn't the only broken record in the game, where the Eagles ended with 20 points on the board. Broncos Quarterback Peyton Manning breaks NFL 4-game TD record: http://on9news.tv/1bUg51S.
Below are highlights from each period of the game and the game day chat where the Broncos roll to a 4 - 0 start: http://on9news.tv/1fBeReG.
4th period update:
Broncos win the game 52 - 20. Backup Quarterback Brock Osweiler took the field during the 4th period after the Broncos scored 49 points. Under his lead the Broncos scored another three points with a field goal by Kicker Matt Prater.
Prater's field goal, making the score 52 - 13, creates a single-game franchise record for points. Broncos haven't have 50 points on the board in a game since 1963, according to Denver Broncos on Twitter.
3rd period update:
Broncos top 40 points at the end of the 3rd period with a score of 42 to 13. QB Peyton Manning continues to break NFL records and has best start in NFL since Milt Plum in 1960 with 16 passing touchdowns and zero interceptions!
2nd period update:
Broncos lead 21 to 13.
First half stats: Eagles 271 yards, Broncos 211; Manning 13-18, 169 yards; Vick 10-16 170 (39 yards 7 carries); Eagles 101 yard rush, Broncos 48.
1st period update:
Broncos lead 14 to 3. Wide Receiver Trindon Holliday ran 105 yards making a touchdown on a kick return. He has a total of six returns for touchdowns as a Bronco.
Stats: Eagles 145 yards, Broncos 69 (one possession); Manning 4-6 59 yards; Vick 4-7 56 yards and 40 yards on six carries.
Hit REPLAY to check out the updates and fan reaction as they happened during the game.
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Fans: show off your view of the Broncos Game
Show off how experience and watch the Broncos games on your social media accounts. Use the hashtag #BroncosView then check out http://tagboard.com/BroncosView. Tagboard collects public posts from Twitter, Vine, Instagram, Google+ and Facebook that use the tag #BroncosView.
9NEWS BRONCOS SOCIAL APP
Whether you're looking for the Denver Broncos schedule, party ideas, sports analysis, or even virtual gifts the 9NEWS Broncos social app has it.
The app finds relevant social conversation from sports experts, Broncos players and staff and fans to cut down on the clutter of constant Tweets and comments. Broncos fans can read through the Tweets and send their own Tweets using the hashtag #GoBroncos right from the app, leave a comment through Facebook and check-in and comment on GetGlue.
The app is available for computers, mobile devices and Facebook.
Laptops and desktop computers: http://on9news.tv/BroncosChat
Mobile app: http://a.pgtb.me/tV2xTg
Facebook app: http://on9news.tv/16uX28q
Fans can also send virtual gifts to their friends and family through a Facebook feature included in the app. The virtual gifts include Broncos Facebook cover photos, team schedule, party ideas and fan photos.
Here's an explanation on how to send a virtual gift:
- Select a gift
- If you're not already logged into Facebook, you will be prompted to log in to your account to access this feature.
- Where prompted, enter the name of a friend to whom you'd like to send the gift.
- When your friend is selected, click the "Send Gift" button.
- If you're on a mobile device or on Facebook, the virtual gift will appear in a popup box where you can type a message to your friend. When finished with your message, click "Share." Your gift will appear on your friend's Facebook wall.
- When sending the virtual gifts on your computer or laptop, the gift will appear lower on the app. Click here to see a screen shot of this: http://on9news.tv/13GJ7xu.
- Once the gift has sent you have the option to send another gift or close the gift store.
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