The Denver Broncos have dropped two straight games for the first time this season since Tim Tebow took over as the starting quarterback. The Buffalo Bills defeated the Broncos, 40-14.
The Broncos played well for the first couple of minutes at the start of the first and third quarters. Both of those drives resulted in touchdowns by Tebow. He had a one-yard touchdown run on the first one and then found Daniel Fells for a 17-yard touchdown pass on the second. That was all the Broncos could do to find the end zone. Tebow also threw four interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns as pick-sixes.
The offense struggled on converting third down, going 2-of-13. The Bills weren't much better at 2-of-12, but Ryan Fitzpatrick was able to pass for 197 yards and C.J. Spiller picked up 11 yards on 16 carries.
The Broncos now face a do-or-die situation next week when they welcome Kyle Orton and the Kansas City Chiefs to Denver. The Broncos win and they take the AFC West title. It's as simple as that (but it's never that simple to win).
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