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– When the Broncos needed it most, Russell Wilson delivered.
Peak.
With the chances of a potential playoff spot wavering.
The football world is watching.
Wilson engineered a fourth-quarter touchdown to take the lead, followed by a last-minute rushing drive down the field to help the Broncos get past Buffalo, 24-22, on Monday night.
Key factor in victory: A 28-yard defensive pass interference penalty by Taron Johnson on Jerry Jeudy downfield on third-and-10.
Denver kicker Wil Lutz made a long shot at 36m to bring in the final goal.
But even that comes with drama.
He missed a 41-yard attempt, but Buffalo had 12 men on the field and the veteran kicker was successful in the second half.
Denver has won three straight, the last two coming against perennial conference powers Kansas City and Buffalo.
Welcome to the AFC playoff race, Broncos Country.
Wilson and the Broncos’ offense was dormant throughout the third quarter before finding its rhythm in the fourth.
Rookie Marvin Mims Jr.
had a 29-yard return, then Wilson ran for a touchdown over seven minutes that resulted in a wide-open touchdown pass to Javonte Williams.
However, the key plays came on third-down conversions on third-and-11 and consecutive third-and-7s after Denver was 0-for-10 on third-and-6 or more.
But to top it off, the Broncos missed out on an extra point for the second time on the evening.
Before that, Wil Lutz hit the left post.
In the fourth inning, pinch hitter and fielder Riley Dixon hit Mitch Fraboni and the game was lost.
Result: leads 21-15 instead of seven points with a score of 5:.
06.
At that moment, Josh Allen and the Bills drove down the field and took the lead at quarterback with 1:.
55 remaining.
It almost ruined an initially excellent performance by the Broncos defense.
Nickel Ja’Quan McMillian stopped James Cook on the first snap of the game, then tore the ball away and took it for himself.
On Buffalo’s second drive, a Josh Allen fastball jumped out of the hands of catcher Gabe Davis and into the waiting arms of Justin Simmons, ending a scoring threat.
Then, in the corner, Fabian Moreau kicked Denver’s third shot of the first half.
All three came on to supplement the players who were not on the field at the end of the Broncos defense earlier in the season.
McMillian and Moreau did not play and Simmons missed two games with injury.
The only real problem for Denver: The Broncos started at the Buffalo 28 and 25 after McMillian’s fumble recovery and Moreau’s interception and won by just six points.
However, the game went on to be an epic turnaround for Vance Joseph’s defense.
Since the second quarter of Week 8 against Kansas City, the Broncos have recorded eight fumbles on 14 defensive possessions.
The second half then opened with Joseph’s group again coming to the rescue.
Denver’s offense started with one

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