ARLINGTON, Texas — Denver wide receiver Wes Welker said there are benefits to tight games like the Broncos' 51-48 win over the Dallas Cowboys Sunday afternoon at AT&T Stadium.
“You want to have these type of games, especially in the regular season to make sure you have that toughness,” Welker said. “(It's good to see) guys have the heart to fight on and understand that you can come from behind and win games in the fourth quarter.”
Denver overcame 14-0 and 17-7 deficits to take a 35-20 lead on Welker's 2-yard touchdown reception midway through the third quarter. But Tony Romo and the Cowboys battled back to take a 48-41 lead midway through the fourth quarter.
The Broncos scored the final 10 points, scoring the game-winning points on the final play, a 28-yard Matt Prater field goal, to remain one of three undefeated teams.
Welker, the Heritage Hall product who signed with the Broncos in the offseason, is one of many options in a dynamic offense led by future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning. Through five games, Denver is averaging 44.8 points and roughly 490 yards.
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