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Peyton Manning failed to get his Denver Broncos a win over the Baltimore Ravens in double overtime. Manning didn’t have his best game and he threw 3 interceptions that helped the Ravens pull off the win. Manning didn’t get much help from his Broncos defense. The Broncos put 35 points on the scoreboard, normally you would think that would produce a win. The problem was the Broncos defense allowed the Ravens to put 35 points on the board to send the game into overtime. Manning and his Broncos offense didn’t do much to put this game away. Manning took to the middle of the field staring down another NFL legend Ray Lewis for the coin toss to start the overtime. The Ravens lost the toss and the Broncos would give the ball to the Ravens to start the first overtime period. Denver could put this one away in the first overtime period. Manning just couldn’t play the way he did throughout the 2012 season, he failed to make the big play to extend the life of the Broncos. The Broncos got a win wi...
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(Courtesy of Bleacher Report)