Peyton Manning isn't the only player the Denver Broncos brought in to make things happen.
Von Miller got the call from Denver, too, and the second-year linebacker is becoming as big of a headache for Broncos opponents as Manning is.
On a day Manning threw three more touchdown passes, Miller added three sacks and two forced fumbles to his tally to make it a miserable afternoon for Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers in a 30-23 win on Sunday.
The Broncos (7-3) stretched their lead in the AFC West to three games, and Rivers was all but conceding the division.
''They're not losing four of six, I can guarantee you that,'' said the quarterback, whose team fell to 4-6.
Not if the Denver defense keeps playing this way.
And especially not if Manning stays on the pace he's enjoying in his first season in the Mile High City. He won his 148th regular-season game to tie Hall of Famer John Elway for second on the all-time list for starting quarterbacks. He's 38 behind Brett Favre.