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Staff reports Updated: November 5, 2012 at 12:00 am
Staff reports Updated: November 5, 2012 at 12:00 am • Published: November 5, 2012

Other highlights from Denver's 31-23 win over Cincinnati on Sunday: - Trindon Holliday's kickoff return was the longest allowed by Cincinnati. - Broncos RG Chris Kuper hurt his left ankle late in the third quarter and had to be helped off the field. Fox said X-rays were negative, but more...

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Other highlights from Denver's 31-23 win over Cincinnati on Sunday:

- Trindon Holliday's kickoff return was the longest allowed by Cincinnati.

- Broncos RG Chris Kuper hurt his left ankle late in the third quarter and had to be helped off the field. Fox said X-rays were negative, but more tests were needed.

- Eric Decker became the fifth Bronco to catch a TD pass in five straight games.

- Bengals first-round pick Dre Kirkpatrick was active for the first time and made his debut on the punt team. He hadn't played because of a knee injury during the summer.

Green had a TD catch for the seventh straight game, the third-longest streak in team history.

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