NFL Scores Week 16: Broncos Vs. Bills, Tim Tebow Tosses 4 Interceptions In Loss

Tim Tebow is picked off four times and the Bills score two defensive touchdowns in a 40-14 win over the Broncos.

Tim Tebow tossed four interceptions and the Buffalo Bills (6-9) scored in almost every possible way in a 40-14 win over the Denver Broncos (8-7) on Saturday. It was the second straight loss for Tebow and the Broncos, who head into the final game of the season with the same record as the Oakland Raiders.

The day started out well enough for the Broncos. Tebow led them on a long drive that ended with a 1-yard touchdown run. It all seemed to be going the Broncos way after Dave Rayner missed his first two field goal attempts. But the Bills recovered and eventually built a 17-6 lead. Although Tebow would pull the Broncos to within 17-13 on a touchdown pass, that was as close as they'd get.

Three Rayner field goals were followed by a pair of defensive touchdowns off Tebow interceptions that put the game away. The Bills had also scored on a Leodis McKelvin punt return. In fact the only offensive touchdown the Bills scored was a 4-yard run by CJ Spiller, who rushed for 111 yards in the game.

For complete stats on the game, check out SB Nation's box score. For a local angle, check out Bills blog Buffalo Rumblings and Broncos blog Mile High Report.

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