Broncos Look To End Losing Streak Versus Tom Brady, Best QB At Home

October 29, 2014 12:00 PM

Broncos Look To End Losing Streak Versus Tom Brady, Best QB At Home
By Rich Kurtzman

" Tom Brady versus Peyton Manning XVI.

Whenever the two top quarterbacks of this generation get together, it’s must-see TV. The last match-up was won by Manning, though that was inside Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium in the AFC Championship Game. This week’s contest takes place in New England’s Gillette Stadium, the same place the Broncos were beaten in overtime last season during the regular season.

Denver fans will recall the whirling wind which seemed to stifle both quarterbacks’ abilities to pass with precision, the same winds which caught the ball in the air on the overtime punt which bounced off Tony Carter and into a Patriots player’s hands.

Gillette has been razor sharp, cutting through the Broncos every time they come to town since 2006. Denver is 0-4 in New England since 2006, which is when they won their last game there. Jake Plummer was the quarterback and Mike Shanahan the head coach. It seems like a lifetime ago, now. It’s not just that the Broncos always get beat in New England, it’s usually not even close. Save last year’s three-point loss, Denver’s average loss when traveling to play the Patriots is by 30 points "

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