The Broncos conclude their 2007 season with a 7-9 record following their 22-19 overtime victory at home against Minnesota. Denver’s 7-9 record ended its club-record tying seven-year streak of posting at least a .500 winning percentage. Kicker Jason Elam’s 30-yard field goal in overtime proves to be the game winner, making him the NFL’s first kicker since the 1970 NFL merger to convert four game-winning walk-off field goals in the same year. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall totals his third 10-catch game (114 yds., 1 TD) in the last four weeks and finishes the year with the third-most receptions (102) by a second-year player in NFL history while posting the second and third-best respective single-season outputs for catches and receiving yards (1,325) by a Bronco in club annals. Selvin Young becomes the first undrafted player ever to lead Denver in rushing, posting the third-most rushing yards (729) by an undrafted rookie in NFL history.