Broncos vs. Bengals: Best Games of All Time

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Dec 6, 2015; San Diego, CA, USA; Denver Broncos general manager John Elway walks onto the field during the second half of the game against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Denver won 17-3. Mandatory Credit: Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

#4- November 27th, 1994

The Broncos and Bengals met at Mile High for a late season matchup. While both teams would unfortunately miss the postseason, the two tangled for quite an interesting game that featured hard nose defense.

The game featured five field goals and only two touchdowns. The Bengals defense only allowed about 250 total yards, but the Broncos defense forced four turnovers. And those turnovers would provide to be a big part in this win.

The teams started off with three field goals. Two by Jason Elam and one by Doug Pelfrey. With a 6-3 lead, John Elway led the team down the field and Anthony Miller would be the recipient of the only touchdown of the game for the Broncos.

Looking to extend their lead, the Broncos forced a Jeff Blake strip sack on the very next play. That would lead to another Elam field goal to extend the lead to 15-3. The Broncos looked well on their way to a win.

However, the Bengals outscored the Broncos in the second half. The team from the Queen City would shut them out in the final two frames and managed to get ten points. After an exchange in punts in the fourth quarter, the Bengals had a shot to win the game with under one minute to go in the game.

However, the Bengals would lose that chance as the Broncos forced their fourth turnover of the game, stripping Harold Green of the football and the Broncos would recover. It was game, set, and match as the Broncos held on for the 15-13 victory.

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