The Denver Broncos were on the brink of collapse after the Kansas City Chiefs score a touchdown to go up 16-7 with 54 seconds left in the first half. However, Case Keenum found Courtland Sutton deep for a 42-yard gain to give them hope heading into halftime.
The #Broncos with a big gain off play action. Courtland Sutton damn near unguardable on 50-50 throws. #DENvsKC pic.twitter.com/pD17FZmpS6— Joe Rowles (@JoRo_NFL) October 28, 2018
Then Tim Patrick broke free wide open in the end zone to make a game-changing touchdown reception with five seconds remaining in the half to close the Chiefs lead to 16-14 heading into halftime.
WIDE OPEN.— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) October 28, 2018
We you, @tpstreets! #BeatTheChiefs pic.twitter.com/zVFQIDna20
The Chiefs will get the ball first to start the second half, but the Broncos can at least weather that storm some if they come out with a score to open up the third quarter.