Bills Vs. Broncos Final Score: Willis McGahee, Brady Quinn Lead Denver To 24-10 Victory Over Buffalo

The Denver Broncos had their preseason game against the Buffalo Bills wrapped up at the end of the second quarter. At halftime, the Broncos led the Bills, 14-3. In the second quarter, Willis McGahee had two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving. He caught a 20-yard screen pass to set up the rushing touchdown and grabbed a 13-yard touchdown pass from Kyle Orton.

Orton went 10-of-13 for 135 yards before he left at the two-minute warning. Brady Quinn entered the game and wound up throwing an interception in the waning seconds of the half. But he recovered in the second half and connected with Britt Davis for a 24-yard touchdown pass later in the third quarter. He finished the night with 10 completions in 16 attempts.

Tim Tebow played late in the fourth quarter, connected on one of two passes and had a seven-yard rush.

On defense, the Broncos were solid in the first half, but Perrish Cox was beat in the fourth quarter for a touchdown. Tyler Thigpen connected with Felton Huggins for a 13-yard touchdown. Von Miller and Marcell Dareus each picked up a sack.

The Broncos (1-1) host the Seattle Seahawks next week. The Bills (0-2) head back to Buffalo for a game with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

For more on the Broncos, check out Mile High Report.

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