A late interception by Andre’ Goodman set the Broncos up deep in Vikings territory with the game tied late in the fourth quarter, and from there kicker Matt Prater did the rest.
Prater drilled a 23-yard fied goal as time expired to give Denver a 35-32 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
It was another comeback victory for the Broncos who trailed 15-7 at halftime. Tim Tebow connected with Demaryius Thomas for two touchdowns in the second half and Willis McGahee scored from 24 yards out to cut the Vikings lead to two in midway through the fourth quarter. Tebow then ran into the end zone to convert the 2-point try and tie the game.
The Vikings and Broncos then exchanged field goals before Goodman came up with the late interception to set up the victory.
The Broncos (7-5) are now tied for first-place in the AFC West with the win and Oakland’s loss today in Miami.
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