The Denver Broncos have roared to life out of halftime and are somehow in a dogfight in the Black Hole against the Oakland Raiders. On Denver's first drive, Tebow found Dante Rosario for 18 yards, scrambled for 19 more, then hit Eddie Royal on a semi-rollout for 26 yards to bring the Broncos within seven.
Back came Oakland, as Carson Palmer engineered an 80 yard drive, finding Michael Bush, Marcel Reece and Jacoby Ford twice (once on a spectacular catch for a touchdown) to put Oakland back up ten. But Denver came right back when Tebow found Demaryius Thomas for 29 yards and scrambled for twelve more to set up a Matt Prater field goal to bring Denver within seven. After Carson Palmer was intercepted over the middle by Chris Harris, Willis McGahee took the next offensive snap and cut back past the left guard for a 60 yard score to tie things up in Oakland.
This AFC West showdown is up for grabs as we progress into the fourth quarter in Oakland. Both quarterbacks have had their ups and downs, but it's all evened out for what's looking like an epic showdown in the Bay Area.
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