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Peyton Manning-Tom Brady, 49ers-Seahawks a fitting final four | The MMQB
They say the NFL is an unpredictable league, but you didn't have to go too far out on a limb in August to see the 49ers and Seahawks, and Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, left alone at the top playing for a Super Bowl.

Broncos News

Tom Brady, Peyton Manning to face off for 15th time since 2001 -
The New England Patriots and Denver Broncos will face off in the AFC Championship, as familiar foes Tom Brady and Peyton Manning battle for another Super Bowl ring.

Peyton Manning and Julius Thomas form an unlikely duo for Broncos | The MMQB
A future Hall of Fame quarterback and a neophyte tight end connected not once, but twice to put the Broncos in the AFC Championship Game. Just don’t expect Peyton to start taking it easy on (bleeping) Julius anytime soon.

Harris Injury Latest Test for Broncos D |
The Broncos, especially on defense, have responded well to injury this season and the loss of Chris Harris Jr. is the latest test.

Fitting Challenge for a Championship Game |
Sunday's rematch with the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game presents a tough challenge that Broncos players said they are looking forward to.

How Penalties Shaped the Broncos Divisional Playoff Victory | Bronco Planet
Going into the Broncos-Chargers Divisional Playoff game yesterday, questions abounded whether the NFL had cursed the Denver Broncos by naming referee Clete Blakeman’s crew as the officials for the contest. Especially after said crew botched a call in the Patriots-Panthers contest in Week 11 and then refused to explain it.

Broncos Dispatch Chargers and Advance to AFC Championship Game - Predominantly Orange
The Denver Broncos just ripped a big monkey off their back.

Will losing Harris be the straw that breaks the Broncos' back? - Predominantly Orange
The Denver Broncos were humiliating the San Diego Chargers on Sunday as the sun set to the west, the wind blew from the east.

Broncos Media

BTV Daily: Defense Loses Another Starter |
Chris Harris Jr. is out for the year and another example if what the Denver defense has faced all season.

Locker Room: Time to Finish |
Both offensive and defensive players talk about the need to finish games strong.

Decker on Patriots Rematch |
Eric Decker talks to the press Monday at Dove Valley.

Manning: 'We want to keep it going' - NFL Videos
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning praises the team's hard-fought victory against the San Diego Chargers and its ability to overcome an abundance of obstacles during the season.

Denver Broncos head coach John Fox addresses secondary issues - NFL Videos
Denver Broncos head coach John Fox talks about the issues in the secondary and addresses the possible players that could step up for cornerback Chris Harris, who tore his ACL in the divisional game.

Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning: Who has the edge this time? - NFL Videos
Jeff Garcia, Eric Davis and LaVar Arrington debate which quarterback has the edge as Tom Brady and Peyton Manning face off for the 15th time.

Should the Denver Broncos be worried? - NFL Videos
The Denver Broncos escaped with a 24-17 win over the San Diego Chargers, but should they be concerned about next week's matchup with the New England Patriots? Find out.

Can the Broncos defense stop Patriots quarterback Tom Brady? - NFL Videos
Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin and Deion Sanders discuss how the Denver Broncos defense should defend New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in their rematch during the AFC Championship Game.

NFL Related News

Winners, losers and what happens next -
There are three games left, and they should be the season's best with old foes and new rivals vying for a Super Bowl bid. Jason Chilton previews the Conference Championships, and has a look at what happens next for the four teams that lost this weekend.

Patriots Finally Catch a Healthy Break - Pats Pulpit
Let me clarify this from the gun: No, it's never a good thing to see players getting injured. No, the Patriots are not the healthier team. But yes, the Patriots have the Broncos in a very positive position as far as personnel match-ups are concerned.

Fonzie Gets an "A" - Pats Pulpit
Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard hasn't been having a perfect season. He started the year off playing well when the defense still had all of its pieces, but his production dropped and dropped once the players started dropping and dropping.

The Division Round Gives Us The Championship Round We Want | Football Perspective
By all accounts, this was an underwhelming quartet of games played on The Best Weekend in Football. Last year, the division round gave us an incredible Russell Wilson comeback where the Seahawks scored three fourth quarter touchdowns before falling short against the Falcons and the Peyton Manning-Joe Flacco-Rahim Moore classic.

ReFo: Colts @ Patriots, Divisional Round |
It wasn’t long ago that Indianapolis vs New England in the postseason meant Manning vs Brady. Now there’s a new sheriff in town, but unfortunately for the Colts, it was their old adversary who came out on top once again.

Ken Whisenhunt hired as Tennessee Titans head coach -
The Chargers offensive coordinator and former Cardinals head coach is headed to Tennessee to take over the Titans.

Blake Bortles, Johnny Manziel crack the top 10 -
31. Denver Broncos - Lamarcus Joyner, Cornerback, Florida State: The Broncos are thin in the secondary, and that's shown late in the season.

Monday Morning MD | National Football Post
Concussions continue to appear at the forefront of NFL news, so I’d like to take this opportunity to clear up three fallacies. First, concussions don’t occur solely from helmet to helmet hits.

5 up, 5 down for Sunday | National Football Post
San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick didn’t need to steal counterpart Cam Newton’s celebration to make the point that he really might be Superman.

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