(Eds: With AP Photos.) By ARNIE STAPLETON AP Pro Football Writer Tim Tebow might be engineering all these comebacks for the Denver Broncos. It's Matt Prater who's sealing them.
Prater always considered himself an icy-veined kicker whose heartbeat stayed steady whatever pressure he was under. This year, he's getting the chance to prove it - time and again.
Prater's 51-yarder in overtime that sent the Broncos past the stunned Chicago Bears 13-10 on Sunday was his third straight walk-off field goal. It followed his 59-yarder that tied it with 3 seconds left in the fourth quarter.
He and former Indianapolis Colt Mike Vanderjagt are the only kickers in NFL history to have a 50-yard-plus kick to tie a game and then one to win it in overtime. Vanderjagt did it on Nov. 24, 2002, against Denver.
''Those were fabulous clutch kicks, both of them,'' coach John Fox said of Prater on Monday. ''He's done it lately. He was in a little bit of a slump about a month ago and he worked himself out o...