In a dazzling display that left football fans cheering, rookie wide receiver Marvin Mims Jr. has clinched the title of AFC Special Teams Player of the Week, and the NFL didn't waste a second in letting us know about it.\r\n\r\nREAD: Green Giant\u00ae Discovers Friendsgiving Frenzy: Almost Half of Americans Ready to Party sans Turkey\r\n\r\nMims' Marvelous Moves\r\nMims strutted his stuff on the field, showcasing moves that even had seasoned players nodding in approval. Picture this: a 17-yard punt return, a 31-yard kick return, and a 27-yard punt return. It's like he was playing a game of "how far can I run without breaking a sweat?" Spoiler alert: he aced it.\r\nSpecial Teams Renaissance: Mims and the Broncos\r\nEach time Mims danced with the ball, magic happened. The Broncos initiated two touchdown drives, starting from the Denver 48-yard line and the 46-yard line, respectively. If you're wondering how significant that is, just ask Coach Sean Payton, who couldn't help but express his admiration for Mims' impact. "It was significant," he declared, adding a touch of football wisdom: "When you play on their end of the field, mistakes hit harder for them and look less obvious for us."\r\nTouchdown Drives Ignited by Mims\r\nMims isn't just another player in the lineup; he's making Broncos history. He's the first rookie since Justin Simmons in 2016 to snag the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week title. Joining the ranks of Simmons, Mims becomes one of the elite Broncos to earn this honor in the current season.\r\n\r\nThe Oklahoma sensation now shares the stage with notable Denver returners like Diontae Spencer, Trindon Holliday, Eddie Royal, and Glenn Martinez. They've all had their moment of glory, and now Mims is having his.\r\nRookie History: Mims Joins Elite Club\r\nWith Mims at the helm as the go-to returner, the Broncos are rocking the league charts. They're sitting pretty at the top for both kickoff return (33.6) and punt return (20.7) averages. It's like they've discovered the secret sauce for running back kicks and punts.\r\n\r\nMims isn't just about style points; he's got the stats to back it up. Six kickoff returns breaking the 20-yard mark, and eight out of nine punt returns racking up at least 11 yards. If this were a video game, Mims would be leveling up like a pro.\r\nDenver Dominance: Mims' Contribution\r\nHere's the kicker (no pun intended): Mims' punt return average of 20.7 yards would have him sitting on the throne as the NFL's punt return king\u2014if only he had a couple more attempts under his belt. Just nine returns in, and he's tantalizingly close to claiming the top spot.\r\nStatistical Brilliance: Mims' Numbers Game\r\nLet's not forget the special mention of Punter Corliss Waitman back in 2022. He was the last Bronco to snatch the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week crown before Mims came charging onto the scene. It seems the Broncos have a knack for producing standout special teams players.\r\n\r\nSo, here's to you, Marvin Mims Jr., for electrifying the field, making history, and bringing the special back to special teams. May your kicks be long, your returns be dazzling, and your touchdown drives be plentiful. Cheers to the man of the hour!