Broncos vs. Bengals: Best Games of All Time

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Sep 27, 2014; London, UNITED KINGDOM; Andre Reed (left) Terrell Davis (center) and Rod Woodson at NFL Fan Forum at the Cafe Royal Hotel in advance of the International Series game between the Miami Dolphins and the Oakland Raiders. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

#3- November 1st, 1998

The Denver Broncos were on the road to repeat as Super Bowl Champions in 1998. Halfway through the season, they tangled with the Bengals. Despite Cincinnati’s forgettable season that year, they proved to be the first real threat to the Broncos undefeated season.

In fact, the Bengals jumped out to a 12-6 lead at half time when the Broncos offense failed to score in the end zone and had to settle for field goals.

In the second half, the Broncos would turn up the heat and finally get into the end zone. In fact, they would find nothing but the end zone in the second half. But the Bengals did too. And with each passing minute, it appeared that the undefeated season was hanging in the balance.

The man who rushed for over 2,000 yards in 1998 would prove to be the difference maker. Terrell Davis’ five yard touchdown run with just about a minute left in the game gave the Broncos a huge 33-26 victory over the Bengals.

The Bengals have a knack for playing the Broncos tough, but the Broncos were able to keep their undefeated season alive for the time being.

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