The Denver Broncos won their seventh straight game on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the longest current winning streak in the NFL, and clinched the AFC West championship for the second year in a row.
And once again it was Manning leading the offensive attack and Von Miller leading the defense, but this time Miller intercepted a pass and ran 26 yards into the end zone for his first career touchdown and added more reasoning for his being on the shortlist for NFL defensive player of the year.
It was a stunner of a play in an explosive 21-point third quarter for the Broncos and arguably was the nail in the coffin for the Buccaneers, but despite that, Miller -- only in his second season -- says there's still room for improvement. "I still feel like I have a long way to go," said Miller, according to The Denver Post. "I feel like I have taken some steps and some strides. But I know that if I keep working with my teammates, we are all capable of getting a lot better."
Watch Miller's first-ever pick-6 above.
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