Dec 22, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; A general view of a Denver Broncos helmet on the sidelines at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals won 37-28. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
#3- Jason Elam kicks Denver to Victory
Midway through the 2002 season, the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs played a game for the ages. However, it did not go Denver’s way at first. It was in fact a see-saw battle that seemed like it would go Kansas City’s way.
With Kansas City leading 13-6 at the half, the ultimate struggle began. The teams exchanged touchdowns throughout the entire third quarter. The quarter ended with a 27-20 Kansas City lead. Then Priest Holmes put the Chiefs up by two touchdowns early in the fourth. It seemed as if Kansas City was on their way to victory.
However, the Broncos turned the tables and scored just about two minutes later to make it a one possession game. The Brian Griese to Shannon Sharpe connection made it 34-27 with still a lot of time in the fourth quarter left.
Mike Anderson would then stun the Kansas City crowd, as he would score from two yards out to tie the game with just 21 seconds left in regulation. Arrowhead most likely was silenced at this stage.
The Broncos wasted no time in the extra session as Jason Elam converted a 25 yard field goal to win the game for the Broncos 37-34.
This game will most likely be remembered for Shannon Sharpe’s performance. He accumulated 214 yards receiving on 12 receptions, including a 82 yard touchdown.
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