DENVER (AP) - On a day that was all about Broncos history, this
might ring a bell: a 98-yard, fourth-quarter drive to save the game
and get a city thinking Super Bowl.
Kyle Orton moved Denver from its 2 to the end zone to tie it
Sunday. Then Matt Prater kicked a 41-yard field goal in overtime
for a 20-17 victory over New England that made rookie Broncos coach
Josh McDaniels a winner over his old boss, Bill Belichick.
On a day when they wore mustard-yellow jerseys and vertically
striped socks to celebrate their 50th anniversary, the Broncos
improved to 5-0 for the first time since 1998 - the last time they
went to the Super Bowl.
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