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The Denver Broncos welcome in the New York Jets to the Mile High City for a Thursday night affair at Sports Authority Field.  The Broncos have won three of their last four games since making the switch to quarterback Tim Tebow [[ TEE-boh ]].  Denver has won back-to-back road games against divisional opponents to improve to 4-and-5 and get back in the AFC West race.  The Broncos beat the Chiefs, 17-10, in Kansas City this past Sunday despite Tebow completing just 2-of-8 passes.  Denver rushed 55 times for 244 yards in the win.  It's the second straight primetime matchup for the Jets, who lost 37-16 at home to the Patriots on "Sunday Night Football."  It snapped a three-game winning streak for New York, which is tied with Buffalo for second in the AFC East at 5-and-4.  The Jets came away with a 24-20 victory over the Broncos last season in Denver.

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