- Bill Williamson, ESPN Staff Writer
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DENVER -- Kansas City linebacker Derrick Johnson tied an NFL record with his second interception return for a touchdown Sunday.
Both of Johnson's returns have come in the second half. Kansas City is leading Denver 37-24 with eight minutes to go, and Denver’s playoff hopes are in major jeopardy.
There have been several outstanding individual performances in this game. In addition to Johnson’s feat, Kansas City running back Jamaal Charles has 197 yards on 23 carries. Denver's Jabar Gaffney has 12 catches for 187 yards.