It took just one play to get the Broncos right back into the game, and it came courtesy of a player that fittingly played his college football in Arizona.
After the Cardinals took a 10-0 lead, cornerback Omar Bolden stood in his own end zone awaiting a kickoff.
103 yards later, he was in the end zone and the history books.
Bolden’s 103-yard kickoff return for a touchdown was the longest in team history in any game. And it gave the Broncos its first points of the game, pulling the club within three points of the Cardinals, 10-7.