It wasn't a banner day for the passing game by either the Denver Broncos or the Kansas City Chiefs, but Eric Decker made the most of what he was able to get from Tim Tebow. When all was said and done, Decker was targeted by Tebow three times and had just one reception. But that reception was a 56-yard touchdown catch within the final seven minutes of the game, putting the Broncos up, 17-7.
Entering Week 10, Decker had experienced the ups-and-downs of a sophomore season. He broke out against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 2 with five receptions for 133 yards and two touchdowns. He had solid outings after that, but bottomed with two receptions for negative-four yards against the San Diego Chargers. With the trade of Brandon Lloyd at the deadline, Decker has established himself as the Broncos' starting wide receiver.