Monday, October 22, 2007


The Broncos improved to 3-3 for the season on Sunday night, beating the beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-28 at INVESCO Field. The win moved the Broncos into a second-place tie in the AFC West with the Chargers, each a half-game behind the Chiefs.
Jay Cutler threw for 248 yards and three touchdowns, one each to Cecil Sapp, Tony Scheffler and Brandon Stokley. Travis Henry rushed for 51 yards, while Brandon Marshall led the Denver receivers with six catches for 77 yards.
Domonique Foxworth recorded 10 tackles for the Denver defense, while Elvis Dumervil added a pair of sacks. One of Dumervil's sacks resulted in a fumble which Tim Crowder returned for a 50-yard touchdown. Dre' Bly and D.J. Williams each recorded an interception.

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