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Denver Broncos

Stadium: Sports Authority Field | Coach: John Fox
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense4th109.5 (16th)290.1 (4th)
Defense3rd80.6 (2nd)231.7 (12th)

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Sun, December 28, 4:25 PM EST
Sports Authority Field
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Oakland Raiders
at
Denver Broncos

Schedule

Sun Sep 7
W 31 - 24IND
Recap
Sun Sep 14
W 24 - 17KC
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Sun Sep 21
L 26 - 20at SEA
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Sun Oct 5
W 41 - 20ARI
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Sun Oct 12
W 31 - 17at NYJ
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Sun Oct 19
W 42 - 17SF
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Thu Oct 23
W 35 - 21SD
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Sun Nov 2
L 43 - 21at NE
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Sun Nov 9
W 41 - 17at OAK
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Sun Nov 16
L 22 - 7at STL
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Sun Nov 23
W 39 - 36MIA
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Sun Nov 30
W 29 - 16at KC
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Sun Dec 7
W 24 - 17BUF
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Sun Dec 14
W 22 - 10at SD
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Mon Dec 22
L 37 - 28at CIN
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Sun Dec 28
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Standings

AFC
West
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Denver11-4-05-0-0
San Diego9-6-02-3-0
Kansas City8-7-02-3-0
Oakland3-12-01-4-0
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Broncos list 20 players on final injury report
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

The Broncos have ruled out linebacker Brandon Marshall (foot) for Sunday's regular season finale against Oakland. Defensive back T.J. Ward (neck), tackle Paul Cornick (toe) and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (hip) were deemed questionable, while 16 players were deemed probable.

Those included running back C.J. Anderson (ankle), linebacker Lamin Barrows (illness), safety David Bruton Jr. (calf), tackle Ryan Clady (thigh), tackle Chris Clark (back), running back Ronnie Hillman (foot), Peyton Manning (thigh), center Will Montgomery (knee), center Manny Ramirez (illness), tight end Jacob Tamme (foot), wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (ankle, hip), tight end Julius Thomas (ankle), running back Juwan Thompson (hip, knee), defensive tackle Mitch Unrein (illness), cornerback Kayvon Webster (shoulder) and defensive end Derek Wolfe (knee).

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Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders limited by hip injury
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Broncos wideout Emmanuel Sanders was limited in practice for the second straight day Thursday due to a hip injury, reports the Denver Post. He's fully expected to start Sunday's game against the Raiders.

Denver, which will clinch a first-round bye with a victory, is a two-touchdown favorite.

Playing with Peyton Manning, Sanders has set career highs with 95 catches for 1,331 yards and nine touchdowns. He caught five balls for 67 yards and two scores in the Week 10 win at Oakland.

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Broncos RB Ronnie Hillman practices in full Wednesday
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Broncos running back Ronnie Hillman was able to practice in full Wednesday for the first time since suffering a left foot injury on Nov. 9, ESPN.com reports.

"We've had a chance to watch him all week, participate and he's obviously further ahead than he was this time a week ago," head coach John Fox said after Wednesday's practice. "And the fact we're on grass, not on Astroturf, lot of variables, but I like what I see."

Hillman has been able to practice in a limited fashion during the last two weeks but hasn't been active on gameday since the injury occured. The Broncos are a 14-point favorite at home against the Raiders in Week 17.

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Peyton Manning giving 'no thought' to retirement
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, who looked his age in throwing four interceptions Monday, said Wednesday he's given "no thought" to retiring at season's end, reports the Denver Post. "I plan on being back if the Broncos want me," he said. "I am enjoying playing."

Manning, 38, just made his 14th Pro Bowl despite his recent slump. He's thrown for 4,454 yards and 39 touchdowns with 15 interceptions and a lost fumble. Manning is scheduled to earn $19 million each of the next two seasons.

Denver is a 14-point home favorite over the Raiders on Sunday.

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Broncos list LB T.J. Ward day to day with neck strain
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Broncos coach John Fox told reporters Tuesday that strong safety T.J. Ward is day to day with a neck strain, per the Denver Post. Ward was knocked out of Monday's game against Cincinnati in the fourth quarter with the injury. MRI and X-rays came back negative, revealing no significant, season-ending damage.

His status remains uncertain for Sunday's regular season finale against the Raiders.

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