With momentum fully in their favor after a touchdown brought them within two points, the Cleveland Browns got a second huge play from Karlos Dansby against the Denver Broncos. Then Peyton Manning responded.

On the Broncos’ first possession, Dansby intercepted Manning. His second was a game-changer.

With Denver starting to pick up some momentum on offense, Manning threw slightly behind Ronnie Hillman, who bobbled the pass, and Dansby picked the leftovers out of the air and took the ball 35 yards for a go-ahead touchdown.

Cleveland failed to convert a two-point conversion, putting the Browns ahead 20-16.

But Manning bounced back with a huge play on the very first snap after the pick-six, a 75-yard touchdown pass that hit Emmanuel Sanders in stride to help Denver regain the lead.