Broncos' PAT block-return is best of Week 10

This couldn't have happened two years ago. The Denver Broncos couldn't have designed and perfectly executed a point-after block-and-return to steal two points and a win because, well, the rules didn't allow for it two years ago.

But hell, this is 2016: crazier things have happened.

Jordan Simmons' PAT block and Will Parks' controversial game-winning scoop-and-score topped Week 10's Top "Performance Moments of the Week", presented by Bridgestone.

Denver was one point away from blowing a crucial contest. Locked in a three-way tie in the AFC West heading into Week 10, the Broncos couldn't afford to lose any games against .500 opponents, even if they were out of conference. But there they were, reeling from a last-minute, potentially game-winning touchdown grab from Brandin Cooks in double coverage, faced with the prospect of falling behind in the divison race.

But special teams coach Joe DeCamillis and Simmons had other plans.

As Saints kicker Wil Lutz lined up to attempt the game-winning PAT, Simmons lingered behind the line, waiting to pounce. The rookie timed the New Orleans snap perfectly, leaped over the legally-leveraged center and stood in the way of Lutz's kick. The ball bounced off of Simmons toward the sideline where Parks, another rookie, picked it up and sprinted in the opposite direction.

As traffic around Parks crowded up, he was nearly forced out of bounds -- Saints fans would argue he was, but hey, he wore white shoes for a reason. Parks took the pigskin all the way back to New Orleans' end zone, turning a one-point Saints lead into a two-point Broncos win.

It took a leap of faith, but Denver's PAT gamble paid off big time.

Also on the countdown: Zeke's gone! Zeke's gone! Goodbye, Zeke! ... Eric Berry's cross-field pick-six brings K.C. home. ... Jameis Winstonis a savant.

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