The Internet truly is a wondrous place, especially when something like this is made within a day of the Denver Broncos miraculous play to beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday Night Football.
You can thank 1015 KROCK for this incredible video meme of how that game really ended.
The Broncos played the villains in this meme, so may the Empire strike back all the way through to Super Bowl 50 victory.
Enjoy this day of football knowing the Broncos are already 2-0!
Broncos Newsreel: Denver defeats Kansas City
A newsreel look back at the Broncos vs Chiefs game highlights.
Next-Day Notebook: Turning defeat into victory
The Broncos played a gritty game on Thursday night to come out victorious in Kansas City.
Broncos-Chiefs: Aqib Talib on a roll - Pro Football Focus
Here are the top takeaways and highest-graded players from the Chiefs-Broncos game
Broncos' new scheme and o-line hurting run game - Pro Football Focus
The overwhelming emotion emanating from the Broncos at the end of Thursday night’s game was a mixture of joy and relief. They had travelled to perhaps their key rival, and in a game they should have lost, came away with a "W."
Clutch Encounters: DEN-KC - Football Outsiders
So does it take Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs to give us a compelling Thursday night contest? Last night's game was ugly and memorable, which might also be the way we describe Peyton Manning's 2015 season in the future.
Brandon Marshall says Broncos' goal is to lead NFL in turnovers - Denver Post
The seeds were planted in the spring for all to see. The Broncos began offseason practices with a defensive pursuit drill. Thirty yards down field, nose tackle Sylvester Williams lumbered toward the ball carrier.
Will Broncos' Defensive Dominance Take Pressure off Manning? | Bleacher Report
The Denver Broncos are 2-0 to start the 2015 season. They started the season with an important win in the conference over the Baltimore Ravens, and in Week 2, the Broncos came back for a huge win in the division over the Kansas City Chiefs.
New hybrid offense helps Peyton Manning silence critcs | Predominantly Orange
Gary Kubiak said it well to the team after the team’s 31-24 win against the Kansas City Chiefs when he was presenting Peyton Manning with one of the two game balls.
Study shows alarming rate of CTE among deceased NFL players - SBNation.com
Out of 91 former NFL players studied, 87 -- or 96 percent -- had CTE.
The NFL has a double standard for defensive players - SBNation.com
The league says it's focused on player safety, but that seems mostly reserved for offensive players.
Can the Bills buffalo their way to the playoffs? - SBNation.com
Rex Ryan said when he was hired this spring that he wanted to build a bully in Buffalo. If Sunday's game against the Colts was any indication, he meant that statement wholeheartedly.