Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer
It was overshadowed some by the Broncos' two-minute drive on offense to win the game Sunday -- a 20-19 victory over the Oakland Raiders -- but outside linebacker Shaquil Barrett's block of a Raiders' extra point in the second quarter turned out to be the difference. “(Special treams) coach (Tom McMahon) called in the play and it was for me to swim and come around free. The guys inside, (Derek) Wolfe, and I think Philly (safety Will Parks) outside, they got the eyes of the tackle, the tight end and the guard. I swam, and I was free,'' Barrett said. At the time the Raiders' touchdown, with the blocked extra point, had given Oakland a 12-0 lead at halftime. Broncos quarterback Case Keenum said: "Who knew that would be huge? It is incredible. It's little plays like that. You never know in this league.''