Bengals-Broncos series history



Series history for the Bengals and Broncos, who meet at 1 p.m., Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.

• Denver leads 20-9

• The most recent meeting was Dec. 28, 2015, in Denver, when the Broncos overcame a 14-0 deficit to win 20-17 in overtime.

• Denver has won five of the last six and 14 of 17.

• The Bengals are 7-7 as the home team.

• Corey Dillon set the Bengals franchise record —and, at the time, the NFL record — for rushing yards in a game with 278 against the Broncos on Oct. 22, 2000.

• The Bengals record for most sacks allowed came in a game against Denver on Oct. 19, 1969, when the Broncos dropped Sam Wyche 10 times.


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