Bears, Broncos Getting TDs from Everywhere
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) – It’s a big boost and a back-breaker rolled into one, the touchdown that comes while the offense is catching its breath on the sideline.
Trindon Holliday’s 76-yard punt return for a score – which came a week after his 105-yard kickoff return for a touchdown at Cincinnati – and Tony Carter’s 40-yard interception return marked the 10th and 11th TDs from Denver’s defense or special teams since 2011.
While the Broncos’ 11 non-offensive TDs over the last season-and-a-half leads the AFC, their output pales in comparison to the Bears’ 18 such scores over the last two seasons, including eight so far this year.
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