Jason Elam's 39 yard field goal five-ten into overtime lifted Denver to a 9-to-6 win over Kansas City.
Denver's defense hasn't allowed a touchdown in the first two weeks, but the 1-and-1 Broncos once again struggled on offense until overtime, when Jake Plummer hit Javon Walker for 24 yards to set up Elam's third field goal.
Damon Huard filled-in for an injured Trent Green and completed 17 of 23 passes for 133 yards in his first start in nearly six seasons, and Larry Johnson gained 126 yards rushing and 41 receiving, but it wasn't enough to keep the Chiefs from falling to 0-and-2.
Plummer, who had four turnovers at St. Louis in the season opener, was a mediocre 16-of-30 for 173 yards and an interception.
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