Broncos Vs. Dolphins Final Score: TIm Tebow Leads 4th Quarter Comeback In 18-15 Overtime Victory

For the first time in franchise history, the Denver Broncos defeated the Miami Dolphins on the road, 18-15. It took a Matt Prater field goal in overtime to defeat the Dolphins. Prater missed two field goals earlier in the game, but redeemed himself with the game-winning kick.

Tim Tebow played a huge part in the by leading a fourth quarter comeback in the final five minutes. After playing abysmally for the first three and a half quarters, Tebow found Demaryius Thomas and Daniel Fells for touchdown receptions inside the final three games. But Tebow also needed a two-point conversion to tie the game at 15, which he ran into the end zone unimpeded.

On the day, Tebow was 13-of-27 for 161 yards and two touchdown passes. He also had eight carries for 65 yards. Willis McGahee had just 76 yards on 18 carries, leaving the game late with a hand injury.

Matthew Willis and Fells had key receptions of 42 yards and 31 yards, respectively, to set up the touchdowns.

The 2-4 Broncos return home for a contest with the Detroit Lions at Mile High. Tim Tebow is certainly looking for another exciting game.

For more on the Broncos head over to Mile High Report. For more on the Dolphins, check out The Phinsider. Follow the rest of Week 7 at SB Nation NFL.

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