Tim Tebow had the ball with the chance to give the Denver Broncos the lead with under a minute left in the game but Kansas City's Brandon Carr intercepted a Tebow desperation pass to secure the 7-3 victory.
Neither team could muster a lot of offense with most of the Chiefs' 281 yards coming in the first quarter. Dexter McCluster put the Chiefs on top early with a 21 yard run that capped off a 90 yard drive and gave Kansas City a 7-0 lead.
Denver's only points were set up by a Chiefs miscue when Javier Arenas muffed a Broncos punt to set Tim Tebow and company up with a short field. However, the Chiefs defense held strong and the Broncos settled for a Matt Prater field goal.
Former Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton finished 15 of 29 for 180 yards in the game. McCluster rushed for 61 yards while Dwayne Bowe hauled in six catches for 93 yards before suffering an injury right before the half.
Tim Tebow struggled throughout the game finishing just 6 of 22 for 60 yards and the game-clinching interception. Tebow also lost a fumble to stop a Broncos drive. Willis McGahee was the bright spot for the Denver offense piling up 145 yards in a losing effort.