Chiefs cornerback Brandon Carr intercepted Tim Tebow’s desperation heave on fourth down to seal the 7-3 victory for Kansas City.
Kyle Orton took a knee to run out the final seconds of the game. Denver’s record drops to 8-8 on the season after the loss.
The Broncos turned in a strong rushing performance, finishing with 216 rushing yards for the game, but weren’t able to move the ball through the air as time wound down.
Willis McGahee paced the team with 145 rushing yards, the fourth-highest total of his career and second highest of the season.
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