Brady takes his Patriots to face old man Manning and the Broncos for the AFC Championship
DENVER — The New England Patriots head to Mile High on Sunday to face the Denver Broncos for the AFC Championship Game.
Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have split their four postseason meetings, but Sunday's game could be the last time we see these two NFL greats on the field together.
Manning will be looking for big catches from Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders. If the Broncos are to have any sort of a chance, they'll need big production from running back C.J. Anderson.
Brady will head into Denver with his favorite receiver, Julian Edelman, back in the lineup. Rob Gronkowski has been unstoppable with eight postseason touchdown catches so far. Gronk has scored in his last four playoff games.
The Patriots have had to stick to the air since leading rusher LeGarrette Blount was lost to a season-ending hip injury in Week 14.
Does Manning have enough left in the tank to take Denver to the Super Bowl 50? Or will Brady and Pats Nation be making a return trip?
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