The Denver Broncos and Dallas Cowboys combined for 920 yards passing and 99 total points.
This is truely Peyton Manning's magical season. He even ran for a touchdown for the first time in five years.
After pulling off the old hidden-ball trick on a touchdown run Sunday against Dallas, the Broncos quarterback pulled off his 39th fourth-quarter comeback in the Broncos 51-48 win.
In a wild second half, Dallas quarterback Tony Romo made his one big mistake of the game: an interception at the Dallas 24-yard line with the game tied at 48 and 1:57 left in the game. Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan intercepted the second-down pass intended for tight end Gavin Escobar.
Tony Romo finished with a Dallas Cowboys record 506 yards passing (25-of-36) with five touchdown passes and the one costly interception. It was the most passing yards ever given up by a Denver defense.
Manning completed 33-of-42 passes for 414 yards with four TDs and had his first interception of season.