DENVER (WUSA) -- In a wild, double overtime game, the Baltimore Ravens stun the Denver Broncos 38-35 in Mile-High stadium.
The Broncos jumped on the Baltimore Ravens in frigid temps, in the first and the 3rd quarters on Saturday.
It was a 90-yard punt return by Trindon Holliday after a short opening drive by the Ravens. Then Holliday returned the kick-off to start the 3rd quarter for 104 yards for another TD.
The Ravens answered the Broncos with a long TD of their own in the first quarter.
Torrey Smith caught a 59-yard reception for a touchdown after speeding past Champ Bailey's coverage.
The Ravens CB Corey Graham then picked off Peyton Manning, for a pick-6.
Peyton Manning then led the Broncos down the field on some superb passes. He threw a TD to veteran receiver, Brandon Stokely, to tie the game up at 14-14.
It didn't take Manning much longer to take the lead in the game. He threw a touchdown to running back Moreno, to make the score 21-14.
The Ravens then tied the game with :36 left in the half, when Torrey Smith caught his second TD pass from 32 yards away.
The Broncos broke that tie to start the 2nd half with that 104 yard kick-off return.
The Ravens battled back after a couple of controversial calls by the referees. They broke the goal line and tied it up with a Ray Rice touchdown close to the end of the 3rd quarter.
The game continued to take twists and turns. The Broncos took the lead 35-28 until :31 seconds to go, when the Ravens scored an amazing 70-yard TD to Jacoby Jones from Joe Flacco.
The Ravens beat the Broncos in double overtime with a field goal, 38-35.