As the No. 1 seed in the AFC, the Denver Broncos have home-field advantage throughout the 2013 NFL playoffs, which is bad news for everyone. Quarterback Peyton Manning, in his first season with the Broncos, has 5,389 career postseason passing yards, the third-most in NFL history behind only Brett Favre (5,855) and Pro Football Hall of Famer Joe Montana (5,772).
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“I’m glad I’m the head coach of Peyton Manning, to be quite honest with you,” said Broncos’ head coach John Fox. “He’s a tremendous player. When he became available, he was obviously a guy that we put sights on as I’m sure that a lot of people did that were looking for a quarterback. It’s highly unusual that a guy like that’s on the open market and we feel very blessed that he chose us.”
The Ravens advanced to the Divisional Round with a 24-9 pounding win over the Indianapolis Colts last week. Quarterback Joe Flacco threw for 282 yards and two touchdowns against the Colts and is the on