Denver Broncos shock Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football

Broncos kicker Wil Lutz made good on his do-over field-goal attempt, much like Denver has done in rebounding from one of its most embarrassing defeats in franchise history.

The Broncos (4-5) have won three straight and four of six since a 70-20 loss at Miami.

And they came out of their bye week carrying over the momentum of a 24-9 victory over Kansas City, which ended a 16-game skid against their AFC West rival.

The Bills (5-5) continue to sink out of the playoff picture, having dropped four of six.

Forget defending their AFC East title for a fourth consecutive season, the Bills are suddenly in jeopardy of missing the playoffs altogether for the first time since 2018.

The clock might also be ticking on offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey's tenure after the Bills failed to score 26 or more points for a sixth straight game.

Coach Sean McDermott had few answers on what's required to turn around a team whose offense is sputtering and defense held up for the most part despite missing five starters to injury.

McDermott called the too many men penalty to be "inexcusable," because it's a situation the team practices at least two or three times a week.

Lutz made four field goals and Javonte Williams scored on a 3-yard run.