Manning v. Brady rematch for AFC Title

Manning v. Brady rematch for AFC Title

The game in Denver on January 24 will be the 17th meeting between two of the NFL's most accomplished quarterbacks.

Roethlisberger who reportedly played through a sprained AC joint and possibly some torn ligaments in his right throwing shoulder in Sunday's 23-16 AFC Divisional Playoff loss to the Broncos.

A successful two-point conversion and one more field goal sealed the win. The Panthers appeared to be crushing the Seahawks and went into halftime with a 31-0 lead, but the National Football League doesn't do 60-0 games. Emmanuel Sanders had five catches for 85 yards, and Anderson ran 15 times for 72 yards. "We've had ups and downs. We needed to hang in there and keep battling". We're relentless in there. "We just didn't come up big". That was Denver coach Gary Kubiak's take, anyway.

Brady has four Super Bowl wins in six appearances while Manning has one win in three trips to the NFL's championship game.

"If you haven't been in a situation like this all season, then when it happens, you start thinking of the wrong things", Roby said. I'm thinking of a fourth down we don't make.

Denver is 10-3 in games decided by seven points or fewer. Against Baltimore. That was a dogfight, a grinder; it went down to the last drive.

"It's a big football game, and he's played in a lot of them", McDaniels said.

Peyton Manning squares off with rival Tom Brady for the 17th time next week at the AFC Championship Game in Denver.

"Our defense has been outstanding all season". "Then they tried to hurry us up, but we've just got to make the tackle". Of course not. After all, they beat Pittsburgh earlier in the year when most of their best players were healthy.

Daniels called this latest nail-biter "a microcosm of our season". "But I think kind of like tonight, we stayed patient". In 2009, a playoff-bound Patriots team also lost to a Broncos team that would finish 8-8. "He didn't fool anybody", Talib said after the game, according to "Being in the same profession for all these years and at different events, we've developed a good friendship. So, let's get it".

The Steelers led for much of the game, but the Broncos took the lead after recovering a Fitzgerald Toussaint fumble in the fourth quarter. Tight end Rob Gronkowski caught two scores and wide receiver Julian Edelman played for the first time in almost two months, catching 10 passes for 100 yards.

Notes: S/PR Omar Bolden (knee) is out for the playoffs....

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