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Week Nine brings 16th Brady-Manning matchup


Death, taxes and Peyton Manning facing off against Tom Brady.

Whether Manning has been with the Colts or the Broncos, annual games against Patriots teams quarterbacked by Tom Brady have been all but certainties since 2001 and, assuming everyone’s healthy, 2014 won’t be any different. The Broncos will travel to New England in Week Nine for a late afternoon matchup at Gillette Stadium.

The Broncos won the last game between the two teams last January in the AFC Championship Game as Manning threw for 400 yards and two touchdowns to send the Broncos. Denver wasn’t so lucky in the regular season meeting with New England when they blew a 24-0 halftime lead and lost 34-31 on a Stephen Gostkowski field goal in overtime.

Brady’s teams have won 10 of the 15 previous meetings with Manning’s clubs and most have been entertaining matchups. With Darrelle Revis, DeMarcus Ware added to the rivalry and Aqib Talib switching sides, this year’s has a good chance of measuring up.

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5 Responses to “Week Nine brings 16th Brady-Manning matchup”
  1. DonRSD says: Apr 23, 2014 9:26 PM

    Giants fan here.

    Someone please replay all the matchups an entire weekend.
    The matchup between these QBs are fantastic.

    Thanks NFL!

  2. stoney18 says: Apr 23, 2014 9:35 PM

    The ultimate QB matchup on the schedule! Brady vs. Manning has always been the top seasonal game. Something will have been lost when these two are no longer playing. Can’t wait!

  3. jimr10 says: Apr 23, 2014 9:52 PM

    How is this game always played in Boston?

  4. elrock7 says: Apr 23, 2014 9:54 PM

    Cant figure out why this game is in New England AGAIN!

  5. renbutler says: Apr 23, 2014 11:26 PM

    It’s not Brady vs. Manning. It’s Broncos vs. Patriots. That should be plenty enough to grab one’s attention. Manufactured head-to-head matchups of QBs (who aren’t even on the field at the same time) shouldn’t be needed to promote a team game.

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