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This will be the sixth straight start of Osweiler while Peyton Manning continues rehab a torn planter fascia in his left foot.

By SI Wire
December 23, 2015

Brock Osweiler will remain the starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos when they play the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday, the team announced Wednesday.

The game will mark Osweiler’s sixth straight start while Peyton Manning continues rehab a torn planter fascia in his left foot. Manning has not played since Nov. 15.

Manning returned to practice last week, but sat out of Friday’s practice due to soreness in his foot. He was ruled out for last Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Osweiler is 3–2 as a starter since taking over for Manning. In six appearances this season, the quarterback has thrown for 1,436 yards, eight touchdowns and four interceptions

Headed into Monday’s game the Broncos are 10–4, while the Bengals are 11–3.

- Xandria James

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