Using a modern twist on a familiar toy, these game highlights brought to digital life with Dave Logan's calls give a different perspective on Sunday's 22-10 road victory against San Diego.
It begins with Connor Barth's second and third field goals to push Denver to a 9-0 lead, just the start of his second five-field goal game with the Broncos this season, which tie the franchise's mark for most field goals in a game.
From there, they get into the action with the back-shoulder fade throw from Peyton Manning to Demaryius Thomas, who shook his defender for the touchdown.
After the Chargers fell behind further after another Barth field goal, Philip Rivers and Co. went on the offensive looking to make up ground through the air late in the game.
But the toys in orange were having none of that, with Aqib Talib stepping in front of his receiver for the interception, followed by a short return before sliding down. And then Rahim Moore got a pick of his own shortly after that to seal the game, leading to the offense kneeling the ball down to end it and to give the Broncos the division title.