Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos had all the momentum midway through the second quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers. But the Steelers rose up in the red zone and got a stop that may well help them stay in the game in Denver.
After Ben Roethlisberger's interception that set up the Broncos deep in Pittsburgh territory and a roughing the passer penalty on James Harrison, the Broncos had a first and goal, but failed to make anything happen, instead settling for a 20-yard field goal from Matt Prater that extended their lead to 17-6.
Denver's 17 points have all come in the second quarter, over a stretch of just 5:58 of game clock.
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