The Denver Broncos (6-5) pulled out a last minute victory over the San Diego Chargers for a 16-13 overtime victory on Sunday. That win has moved the Broncos above .500 for the first time since the team was 8-7 on Dec. 27, 2009. The victory also marked the team going undefeated on the road against the division. Unfortunately, those home losses to the Raiders and Chargers can't be re-done. The Chiefs visit Denver on Jan. 1.
With the victory, the Broncos maintained second place in the AFC West. The division-leading Oakland Raiders defeated the Jay Cutler-less Chicago Bears, 25-20, on the strength of six field goals by Sebastian Janikowski. Caleb Hanie threw three interceptions for the Bears.
The Kansas City Chiefs scored three field goals in a 13-9 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football. Tyler Palko threw three interceptions. Kyle Orton is expected to take over the quarterback position for Sunday's game against the Bears.
AFC West Standings
(updated 11.27.2011 at 11:26 PM EST)
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