Football fans around the world probably remember what happened the last time Peyton Manning took on Drew Brees. The game happened to be a pretty big one, Super Bowl XLIV. The game ended with Brees and the New Orleans Saints raising the Lombardi Trophy. Mr. Manning has a new team, and is looking for a little revenge Sunday night as his Broncos take on the Saints in Denver. Who will win this game?

The Saints got off to a slow start this season starting 0-4, but New Orleans' offense has been clicking, with New Orleans totaling 66 points in its back-to-back wins. Brees has thrown for a combined eight touchdowns in those games, extending his NFL record for consecutive games with at least one TD pass to 49.

Denver may need a better start to keep up with the high-powered Saints. The Broncos have generated just 42 first-half points this season, instead largely relying on a plus-73 scoring differential in the fourth quarter, the second-highest in NFL history for a team's first six games.

On a good note for Broncos fans, Brees' teams have lost all four of his games in Denver, including a 34-32 defeat when the Saints visited four years ago.