Despite his team's long losing streak, Bills safety George Wilson had a good feeling about ending the skid against Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos.
Jairus Byrd and Spencer Johnson returned Tebow interceptions for touchdowns on consecutive plays from scrimmage in the fourth quarter to seal Buffalo's 40-14 rout of the Broncos on Saturday. The Bills snapped a seven-game slide and stalled the Broncos in their bid to secure their first playoff berth since 2005.
Tebow finished with a career-worst four interceptions as the Broncos (8-7) lost their second in a row and fell into a tie with Oakland for first place in the AFC West. The Broncos close the season at home against Kansas City next week, while Oakland hosts San Diego.
The Bills, meanwhile, will close out their 12th consecutive season without a postseason berth next week at New England.
''We've been well overdue for a big game as a team,'' Wilson said. ''To come out with the offense, defense, and special teams all hitting on all...