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SB Nation 2014 NFL Playoff Coverage

New England Patriots
Sun., January 19, 2014 - 1:00 PM MT
Denver Broncos




255.4 (10th) Pass Off. 340.2 (1st)
129.1 (9th) Rush Off. 117.1 (15th)
239.0 (18th) Pass Def. 254.4 (27th)
134.1 (30th) Rush Def. 101.6 (7th)
13-4 Mile High Stadium, Denver, Colorado 14-3
2nd Seed Spread: Broncos -5.5 1st Seed
MHR Scout: Patriots Offense Patriots Defense7 Keys to the Game5 QuestionsHorse Tracks

ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL!? If so, here comes the AFC Championship Game!

Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos are taking the field against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots right now. You will be watching NFL history today. Enjoy it. Win or lose, know that the Broncos have given it all!

On paper, the Broncos should win this game handily, but never count on any of that when two future first ballot Hall of Fame quarterbacks are facing each other. This could end up being a wild one, but rest easy Broncos Country. The Patriots don't have The Four Horsemen. At the end of the day, they will face the Apocalypse of those four horsemen.

At least there is no more watching homers like Willie McGinest talking up his former team or other pundits talking about how great Tom Brady is and how terrible Peyton Manning is in the playoffs. The past is the past. The future is now. Tom Brady has never faced a more powerful opponent in the playoffs than these Denver Broncos.

Broncos 38, Patriots 24.

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