GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — The Denver Broncos snapped their 10 game losing streak when leading after the first half today after surviving a Green Bay Packers comeback.

After three straight field goals from the Broncos, Russell Wilson was finally able to add a touchdown to Courtland Sutton giving Denver a 13 point lead at the half.

The Packers weren’t ready to roll over yet, as they compiled two scores of their own. The second of which was a Jordan Love miracle side-arm pass that tipped off the fingers of Romeo Doubs into the hands of Jayden Reed.

A field goal by Green Bay gave them the 17-16 lead in the 4th quarter, but have no fear because Will Lutz is here. The kicker nailed a season long 56 yard field goal to give the Broncos a 19-17 lead. The Packers had plenty of time on the clock to score, but their luck ran out as Jordan Love threw an interception to PJ Locke that effectively iced the game for the Pack.

The Denver Broncos will host the Kansas City Chiefs in an interdivisional rivalry on Sunday, October 29th, that the Orange and Blue haven’t won since 2015.