The mayors of Boston and Denver just announced a friendly wager on the AFC Championship.
Bill Belichick and Tom Brady’s legacies are already sealed, it can only go up from here. The outcome of Sunday’s game will not matter. However that’s not the case for Peyton Manning.
The team that can turn their redzone opportunities into touchdowns – rather than field goals – will be the victor on Sunday, according to Bert Breer of the NFL Network.
Could Sunday afternoon really be the final chapter to the Brady/Manning saga? Jim Nantz says yes.
Both Patriots Nation and Broncos Country are looking forward to Brady/Manning XV. The rest of the planet will probably enjoy the game, too.
The Patriots are operating on offense with a good mix of running and passing – but is it championship caliber?
98.5 The Sports Hub’s Patriots play-by-play man Bob Socci thought Jamie Collins played “fantastic” on Saturday night, and spoke to Toucher & Rich Monday morning about the rookie linebacker’s emergence.
Mike Flynn gives all the credit in the world to the offensive line for the Patriots backfield combining for 6 touchdowns on Saturday, and he thinks Denver’s defense can be exploited that way too.
Peyton Manning set a multitude of NFL records this season, but one may be taken away by the NFL. The league and their official statisticians are currently reviewing a play that could mean a loss of one record.
Hats off to the 2013 Denver Broncos and their record setting offense, but the 2007 Patriots were just a little bit better according to Adam Jones and Jermaine Wiggins.