New England Patriots and Denver Broncos have built champions - Horse Tracks

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SB Nation 2014 NFL Playoff Coverage

How the Broncos, Patriots built winning teams -
It's more than just a pair of future Hall of Fame QBs making the Broncos and Patriots great. Jason Chilton digs into the roster building process for the two teams playing in the AFC Championship.

AFC Championship News

Q&A with USA TODAY Sports reporter Lindsay Jones - Extra Points -
Lindsay Jones was gracious enough to answer some questions for us about the Denver Broncos, a team she covered for 4 1/2 years while at the Denver Post until October 2012.

Champ Bailey back to do whatever it takes in AFC Championship Game | USA Today
Champ Bailey has seen hundreds of teammates signed and cut, and two head coaches fired in the eight long years since he was last in this situation.

Broncos don't want (recent) history lesson - ESPN
Even as two teams that won 12 and 13 games in the regular season fell all over themselves to try to be the underdog this week -- even John Elway offered that "no one thought" the Broncos would "get by" San Diego to even get this far -- the topic of the Denver Broncos' Nov. 24 trip to Foxborough, Mass., has come up more than once in recent days.

Breaking Down the Patriots Defense |
Independent analyst Andrew Mason examines the Patriots defense, including the play of rookie linebacker Jamie Collins.

Breaking Down the Patriots Offense |
Independent analyst Andrew Mason examines the Patriots offense, including the threat of play-action passing.

Five to Watch: 5. Chandler Jones |
Independent analyst Andrew Mason Independent analyst Andrew Mason continues his look at five key players in Sunday's AFC Championship Game with Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones.

Broncos Groups on Facebook | Bronco Planet
Broncos Country spans a greater area than the Rocky Mountain region. As we travel through this life, sometimes our path takes us far out of our comfort zone and into (other NFL teams) enemy territory, or even halfway around the planet.

Championship Game Preview: New England at Denver | Football Perspective
Someone needs to say it. I know, I know, it’s Manning/Brady XV. But someone needs to remind people that Peyton Manning threw 30 more touchdown passes than Tom Brady in 2013. He threw for over 1,000 more yards.

NFL Related News

Mind-blowing stats for Championship Sunday |
How will Colin Kaepernick's performance against Seattle compare to the rest of his season? Find out with these 10 mind-blowing stats for Championship Sunday.

Report: Adrian Peterson to visit groin specialist -
Adrian Peterson will reportedly meet with a specialist regarding his injured groin. The Minnesota Vikings running back will find out whether or not he will need surgery.

Where does Seattle go without Percy Harvin? -
Following a week of waiting, the Seahawks finally received final word on Percy Harvin, but the news probably wasn't what they were hoping for heading into the NFC Championship game.

The sound and the fury | National Football Post
CenturyLink Field has been a house of horrors for the 49ers in recent years. Credit the 12th Man for some of those problems.

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