The Patriots made it look easy in advancing to their sixth Super Bowl of the Belichick/Brady era.
All is not lost, fans of the Orange & Blue. Denver lost a November game at New England in 2013, just like they did on Sunday. Then, remember, they came back and won the AFC title.
Peyton Manning admittedly stunk up Gillette Stadium. If that’s the case, he wasn’t alone. “I think we all stunk,” coach John Fox said Monday after the Denver Broncos’ 43-21 loss at New England.
The New England Patriots took it to the Denver Broncos in their game Sunday. It wasn’t just what the Pats did, though, it was what the Broncos were unable to do, too, that was so bad.
Peyton Manning threw for 438 yards, but most of those came after the Patriots rolled to a 20-point halftime lead on their way to a surprisingly lopsided win over the favored Broncos.
Tom Brady outdueled Peyton Manning in leading the New England Patriots past the Denver Broncos 43-21 Sunday in Massachusetts.
The New England Patriots are well known for their creativity with the mandated injury report by the league. This week, however, with few injuries and a strong team, there was no need for New England to play games with the injury report, while Denver’s side took longer than usual to come out.
Peyton Manning stuffed the football into his helmet and handed it to an equipment man for safekeeping. The connection: Flawless, as usual.
When answering a question last week about whether he could still enjoy the playoffs given his previous postseason disappointments, Peyton Manning dropped in a phrase that “the light is at the end of the tunnel for me, no question.”