By Dan Leach

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New England Patriots at Denver Broncos 4:35 p.m. Sunday, CBS (PATS- 3)

Peyton V Brady….one last time. All eyes will be on the Mile high City on Sunday afternoon. This New England team has had its share of scary moments this year, one of them coming at Denver earlier when their undefeated season was ended at the hands of then Broncos QB Brock Osweiler.

Now it seems like the Pats, playing in their fifth straight AFC title game, are ready to get back to the Super Bowl yet again, and give Terrific Tom Brady a chance to win his record-tying fifth SB for a quarterback.

Standing in his way is his nemesis; Peyton Manning.  Even though Brady has dominated the rivalry with 11 wins to Manning’s 5, it still is Peyton Manning, one of the best ever to lace them up behind center . The Denver D has been super solid all season long and will keep them in this game, but it is going to come down to just how good Brady has been this year and having a healthy Rob Gronkowski back only makes him that much tougher.

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Look for this game to go back and forth and to have moments that many fans of Brady and Manning will remember for a long time, but in the end the Pats just have too much on both sides of the ball and for Darth Hoodie to out coach Gary Kubiak in the games biggest moments.

While this may be the last time we see these two all-time greats go head-to-head with this much on the line, they will definitely go out with a bang at Mile High!

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