VIDEO: Denver RB Willis McGahee 60-Yard Touchdown

Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris intercepted Carson Palmer at the end of the third quarter to set up a game-tying touchdown from the Broncos' offense. After returning the pick for 15 yards, Denver had the ball on their own 40-yard line. On the second play of the ensuing drive, running back Willis McGahee broke through the middle for a 60-yard touchdown run. Check out the video of the play:

McGahee's touchdown knotted the score at 24 points apiece. It also made McGahee the Broncos' leading rusher in the game, for now. He has 119 yards on 17 carries halfway through the fourth quarter. 

This is the fourth game this season  that McGahee has topped the 100-yard mark for rushing, including a week 2 win over the Bengals. 

Quarterback Tim Tebow is close to topping the 100-yard mark himself. He has 91 yards on 10 carries with approximately eight minutes left to play. Denver would really like to get a win over a division rival. 

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