Broncos 37, Chiefs 34

-- Jason Elam kicked a 25-yard field goal with 12 minutes 3 seconds left in overtime today as the Denver Broncos rallied from a two-touchdown deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 37-34.

Elam's game-winner, set up by a 25-yard pass interference penalty against cornerback Eric Warfield, came four plays after Keith Burns blocked Dan Stryzinski's punt and Dwayne Carswell recovered at the Kansas City 32.

Shannon Sharpe set an NFL record for tight ends and an overall franchise record with 214 yards receiving and caught two second-half touchdown passes for Denver (5-2), which beat the Chiefs (3-4) at Arrowhead Stadium for the first time since 1998.

Broncos quarterback Brian Griese completed 30 of 50 passes for 376 yards. He was 20 of 33 for 278 yards after halftime. Elam kicked three field goals.

Priest Holmes ran for 113 yards and three touchdowns. Chiefs place kicker Morten Andersen became the NFL's career field goal leader.

Denver's Mike Anderson forced overtime with 21 seconds left in regulation, scoring on a two-yard run after Andersen missed a 43-yard try with 4:37 remaining.

With first-half field goals of 41 and 32 yards, Andersen moved past Minnesota's Gary Anderson as the NFL's career leader, 479-478.