Chiefs Vs. Broncos Score: Denver, KC Tied At 0 After Ryan Succop Missed FG

The Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs might not score many points in Sunday's regular season finale based on the first several drives of the game. The score is tied at seven after Ryan Succop missed a 44-yard field goal attempt. On the left hashmark, Succop had the ball go slightly left of the left upright, giving the ball to the Broncos at the 34-yard line.

The Broncos were conservative in play calling on the opening drive, running three straight running plays (one being an option). On the second drive, Tim Tebow took the hand off and gave the ball to Willis McGahee. But it turned into a flea flicker that Tebow couldn't do anything with, running to the sidelines an throwing it out of bounds. The team wound up punting.

For more on this Week 17 game, visit Broncos blog Mile High Report and Chiefs blog Arrowhead Pride. Be sure to check out SB Nation NFL for more news and notes around the league.

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