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Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning throws 2nd TD at home

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Denver Broncos quarterback now has his second touchdown pass of his season at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium. Both of the touchdowns have come to Owen Daniels.

Daniels caught a 21-yard reception, as he was wide-open and the Patriots had a misread on defense. He then ran into the end zone and following Brandon McManus’ extra point, the Broncos led 7-0.

The Patriots safety split the field and left the middle of the field open. One of the Patriots linebackers — either Jamie Collins or Rob Ninkovich made an error in judgment on the play.

It was Manning’s first touchdown at home since October 4th against the Minnesota Vikings. He hit Daniels for a one-yard touchdown on that play.

In addition, it was Manning’s first touchdown since November 8th. He missed several weeks with a foot injury — which he’s still reportedly playing through.

He had two touchdowns against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on November 8th. In what could be his finale game there, he also had two interceptions.


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