Both Patriots Nation and Broncos Country are looking forward to Brady/Manning XV. The rest of the planet will probably enjoy the game, too.
Even though the New England Patriots have already clinched the AFC East title, they need a victory against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday to clinch a first-round bye in the 2013 AFC playoffs.
This rematch of the last two AFC Championship Games will go far in determining the playoff fates of both teams.
The New England Patriots are on the verge of winning another AFC East championship, but the Miami Dolphins won’t make that an easy task.
The Cleveland Browns currently don’t know who will start at quarterback against the New England Patriots, but it really doesn’t matter.
The New England Patriots have a reputation for playing their best football in December. Beginning with their December 1 meeting against a struggling Houston Texans team, the Patriots will get an opportunity to re-enforce that reputation.
No one thought the Carolina Panthers were a serious Super Bowl contender when they started the 2013 season losing three of their first four games, but thanks to a five-game winning streak, they are now one of the hottest teams in the league.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are struggling this season, but don’t expect them to be pushovers when they come to Foxboro to face the New England Patriots on Sunday.
The New England Patriots look to remain in first place in the AFC East when they host the 3-3 Miami Dolphins at Gillette Stadium Sunday. New England won’t face another division opponent until they meet the Dolphins again in Miami on Dec. 15.
For their first rematch of the 2013 NFL season, the New England Patriots will go on the road Sunday to face the New York Jets. Their first matchup was a tremendous defensive struggle, so this game will provide a measuring stick for the progress of New England’s fledgling offense.