There was one team ready to move onto the AFC Championship Game Sunday night, and it wasn’t the Denver Broncos. The Indianapolis Colts out-preformed the Broncos in every aspect of the game and won the playoff contest 24-13.
When Colts owner Jim Irsay scans the field Sunday, he’ll see in the Denver Broncos the kind of team he admittedly couldn’t surround Peyton Manning with nearly enough during their 14 years together in Indianapolis.
Top tackler Brandon Marshall is expected to return to the lineup for Sunday’s playoff game against Indianapolis (12-5) after missing the last 2 1/2 games with a sprained right foot.
Bradley Roby could have been preparing for the national title game right now. Instead, the Denver Broncos rookie cornerback is bracing to be picked on by Andrew Luck.
To Andrew Luck and Chuck Pagano, studying Denver’s secondary this week must have seemed like watching the Pro Bowl announcements.
If the Denver Broncos assume they’ll face the same Indianapolis Colts they topped in the season opener, they’re both right and wrong.
The Broncos provided plenty of highlight-reel plays en route to 12 wins this season. Here are the five best.
The physical scar serves as Rahim Moore’s motivation. So, too, the emotional one.
The Indianapolis Colts took care of the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday afternoon, meaning a matchup between Peyton Manning’s Denver Broncos and his former team.
As the dandy dozen prepare for the playoffs, here’s a look at the signature strength of each team along with their most worrisome weakness.