Peyton Manning threw three touchdowns as Denver beat Oakland

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Peyton Manning: Threw three touchdown passes on Sunday as Denver crushed Oakland

Peyton Manning: Threw three touchdown passes on Sunday as Denver crushed Oakland

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Peyton Manning led Denver to three third-quarter touchdowns Sunday in a one-sided 37-6 rout over the Oakland Raiders.

The former Indianapolis Colt finished with 338 yards, three touchdown passes and no interceptions.

Willis McGahee finished with 112 yards rushing for the Broncos for his 32nd career 100-yard game, the most of any active player.

Joel Dreessen opened the scoring with a 22-yard reception before two field goals by Sebastian Janikowski sandwiched Matt Prater's 21-yard effort.

The Broncos cut loose in the third quarter with Manning picking out Eric Decker and Lance Ball, while McGahee also scored a close-range touchdown.

Prater added two more field goals in the fourth quarter to add the icing on a sweet cake for the 2-2 Broncos. The Raiders dropped to 1-3 on the season.

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