Originally written on BroncoTalk  |  Last updated 1/11/13
We know. Denver’s Peyton Manning is 9-10 in the postseason, 1-3 following a bye and 0-3 in sub-40 degree playoff games. But here’s a positive number:  Peyton is 2-0 in playoff games involving the Denver Broncos (as was pointed out by Mike Birtwistle in the comments). When the Broncos are on the field, Manning has won by scores of 41-10 (2003) and 49-24 (2004).  Saturday will mark Manning’s first playoff appearance since 2010, and his first as Denver’s starting quarterback. Since 1999, Manning is 6-4 at home in postseason play.  The Broncos will host the Ravens tomorrow at 2:35 MT in the divisional round of the playoffs on CBS.
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