They did it!! The Broncos beat the Pittsburgh Steelers and will host the AFC Championship Game on Sunday at Mile High Stadium! What an exciting Sunday it was. I never doubted it for a minute...okay I was scared the whole game. That was a close one and they will need a better offensive effort to beat the Patriots.
They did it! The Denver Broncos are AFC Western Division Champions and have won home field throughout the playoffs. What an amazing turn of events yesterday. The Broncos could have slipped to a five seed but with the win over San Diego and the Patriots shocking loss to Miami we are set for home cooking for the entire Super Bowl run.
The Denver Broncos are gearing up to take on the San Diego Chargers at home on Sunday and for the first time ever in his 18-year NFL football career, Peyton Manning will be serving as the backup quarterback.
After a first half where the Broncos looked like they not only didn't belong as the #1 seed, but also not in the playoffs, Denver put together a memorable second half and overtime en route to a 20-17 victory of the Bengals last night.
It definitely has been a wild and crazy year for our beloved Denver Broncos. The team went into training camp with Peyton Manning as the starting quarterback but with questions on if this would be his last season.
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