Broncos Lose No-Offense Game To Colts 12-9 In OT

Stephon Gilmore batted away Russell Wilson’s pass to Courtland Sutton in the end zone on fourth-and-1 from the 5 to give the Indianapolis Colts a 12-9 overtime victory over the Denver Broncos on Thursday night.

Gilmore also intercepted Wilson’s pass with 2:13 left in the fourth quarter to help set up Chase McLauglin’s tying field goal at the end of regulation.

McLauglin connected from 47 yards 4:10 into overtime to give the Colts (2-2-1) their first lead in the first game in NFL history that pitted quarterbacks with at least four Pro Bowl appearances each, but zero touchdowns.

The Broncos (2-3) decided against a tying chip-shot field goal by Brandon McManus, and Wilson lined up in the shotgun next to running back Melvin Gordon, then threw incomplete over the middle.