January 12, 2012 by staff
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The pass play that became the Broncos’ winning, 80-yard touchdown on the first play of overtime last weekend against Pittsburgh was a nice element to the Denver game plan.
Only it wasn’t part of the game plan, offensive coordinator Mike McCoy said Wednesday. “We drew that up at halftime,” he said.
The Broncos liked their chances with physical wide receiver Demaryius Thomas going one-on-one against a cornerback, in this case Ike Taylor, McCoy explained.
“It was one of those deals where we were waiting for the right opportunity,” McCoy said. “It’s a feel for the game, like you call every other play; you wait for certain situations.”
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