DENVER (AP) - The Denver Broncos keep losing players, but
finally found a way to win at home. Jay Cutler guided the Broncos on a tiebreaking 95-yard touchdown drive early in the fourth quarter and Denver's defense stuffed Kansas City quarterback Tyler Thigpen on fourth-and-goal to rally past the Chiefs 24-17 on Sunday.
The Broncos (8-5) snapped a three-game skid at home and put
themselves on the cusp of ending a three-year playoff drought. They
lead second-place San Diego by three games in the middling AFC
Cutler completed 32 of 40 passes for 286 yards and two
touchdowns, both of them to Brandon Marshall, including a 6-yarder
for the winner early in the fourth quarter.