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Game of the week: Broncos vs. Patriots

Act 16: The Battle for QB Supremacy. Nobody thought about the other guy when Peyton Manning’s 6-foot-5, 230-pound frame trotted onto the grass at Foxboro Stadium Sept. 30, 2001. Manning was a No. 1 overall pick, just 25, the new face of Indianapolis and soon the NFL. Archie’s son was football royalty, an NFL aristocrat. Warming up on the opposite side of the 50 was a sixth...
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New England Patriots: 4 matchups to watch for against the Broncos

The New England Patriots (6-2) have their hands full this Sunday, as the Denver Broncos (6-1) visit Gillette for a 4:25 p.m. showdown that will be aired on CBS. This game will mark the 15th matchup between two of the NFL’s greatest quarterbacks. Three-time super bowl winner Tom Brady takes on the NFL’s leader in Touchdown passes Peyton Manning. Not only is this a big matchup...
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Tom Brady: Facebook Posts Are ‘Fun For The Fans,’ Allow Me To Open Up

Tom Brady is about 10 years late to the Facebook party, but he’s made the wait worth his fans’ while. The New England Patriots quarterback has upped his social media game this season, with brilliant throwback Thursday posts, photoshopped images and celebratory post-game photos. Brady explained the process behind his increased Facebook usage in a conference call with the Denver...
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Brady: Maybe at Manning's age I'll be playing that well

FOXBORO, Mass. — Tom Brady hopes to still be at the top of his game in 497 days. The New England Patriots quarterback, born one year, four months and 1o days later than Peyton Manning, was quick to point out on Wednesday that he’s younger than the Denver Broncos quarterback. Brady’s declaration came one question after a reporter brought up Brady’s age, and followed up with...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Tom Brady posts hilarious Photoshopped pic to wish Boston Celtics good luck (photo)

Tom Brady: NFL’s Player King of Social Media? You better believe it. One of the more surprising off-the-field developments of the NFL season has been how quickly and brilliantly the New England Patriots quarterback has taken to utilizing his official Facebook account to amuse and entertain, not to mention connect with his legions of devoted...Read More The post Tom Brady posts...
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Patriots vs. Broncos: Who will win?

The New England Patriots and Denver Broncos will meet for the 45th time in the regular season on Sunday at Gillette Stadium. The Broncos hold a 25-19 series lead over the Patriots, but the last three regular season games have been won by New England, including last year’s 34-31 overtime win. Last season, the Broncos and Patriots also met in the AFC title game, which Denver won...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Tom Brady In Halloween Spirit: Broncos ‘Put The Nail In The Coffin’ This Year

FOXBORO, Mass. — Tom Brady is in the Halloween spirit as he gets prepared for a frightening Denver Broncos front seven. The New England Patriots quarterback was filled with quips during his news conference on Wednesday, and he threw in some tricks and treats while explaining what makes the Broncos so great. “I think we’re expecting to go out and win. That’s what the expectation...
Via NESN.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Tom Brady a legitimate MVP candidate?

Tom Brady and the Patriots offense started out the season in completely unspectacular fashion. Up until the offensive explosion when Cincinnati came to town in Week 5, Tom Brady had thrown for a mere 791 yards and four touchdowns with two interceptions, which included the shock blowout at the hands of the Chiefs. Fast forward to Week 8, and the Patriots have dusted off a 51-23 win...
Via Patriots Life
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Tom Brady and Gisele: 'We're on to Denver'

“We are on to (insert city name here)” has become a rallying cry for the New England Patriots since Bill Belichick’s infamous news conference following the team’s 41-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Tom Brady is using the meme (the Patriots quarterback undoubtedly has no idea what a “meme” is) as part of his celebratory Facebook posts over the past three weeks following...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss
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