DENVER -- If you thought Sunday was a huge day for the Broncos' Demaryius Thomas -- 226 yards, two touchdowns, the most productive receiving day in Denver Broncos history -- that's nothing.
It was an even bigger day for one of his biggest fans, who just happened to be in the right place at the right time during the game.
After one of his touchdowns, Thomas made Cassidy Davis' entire football season. She was in the stands in the end zone, wearing Thomas' number 88 jersey.
"I think he actually saw me just screaming at the top of my lungs wearing his jersey and I think that also guided his eyes to be able to run right up toward us," she said.
The camera followed Thomas as he celebrated the touchdown and Davis was one of the fans hugging him in jubilation.
What you can't see in the photo is her number 88 jersey. Thomas just happens to be her favorite player.
Talk about getting up close and personal.
"Never had anything like that happen to me in my whole life," Davis said. "So I'll remember it for a long time."
The only bad thing thing about his leap: The beer bath that came with it and was seen by everyone watching the game.
"One girl had a full beer and I don't think she even realized that Demaryius was gonna' come jump on us so she didn't even have time to put her beer down," Davis said. "Her beer is above her head because she's trying to hug him, and I end up getting completely doused with a whole cup but it was well worth it."
That leap and her proximity to it landed Davis on the front page of the Denver Post Monday. It had all of her friends talking.
"Afterward my phone blew up, I had a million people Facebooking and texting me, 'Oh my gosh I just saw you on TV how was that beer in your face,'" Davis said. "It was more about the beer than the fact that I actually got to hug D.T."
The real highlight came Monday when D.T. himself posted the picture on social media.
The beer and Davis basking in the glow of her favorite Bronco right there for everyone to see.
One more thing. Davis wouldn't have even been at the game, had it not been for a friend who normally goes but couldn't.
She got to go instead.