AFC Championship Game. The Countdown.

Since I wrote preview of the other game that will reveal one of participants of the Super Bowl 50, I have no other choice than to write a decent AFC Championship Game preview that will go hand in hand with my previous blog entry.
I could just go like Manning-Brady-Manning-Brady but there is still over 40 other lads in each team, each one of them capable of making that one crucial play that might able just turn something obvious into a total mystery.
I feel much better within the AFC realm and considering these two teams I could just carry on making a list of potential game changers, playmakers and on and on but if you, or you, or that fella there under a tree got here and started reading it, I think I am safe no to list the payroll of each team but focus on that one play.
I do really think this game will turn ugly and one of the teams will end up with a sizeable lead but it won’t happen until that play. And it’s definitely not going to be Patriots fumble as they are historically known for taking care of the football (Much content was written about it due to defletegate).
No this AFC Championship Game will turn on its head somewhere around a referee’s mistake, tipped pass or missed field goal type of a thing and it’ll just be a thing many years after the game, people will remember the game for.
With Patriots effective offense and Bronco’s top defense (in yards allowed) it’s going to be a tug of war for a while until things settle and the ugly play happens. Patriots might not finished the season with great defensive numbers but at one point their D was next to Bronco’s.
While Bronco’s offense never really took off this season, one can not discount all the difference makers, hopefully finally meshing properly with coach’s Kubiak game plan and hopefully catching the balls (divisional round was ugly against the Steelers).
And then you got Brady and you got Manning. Both capable of creating magic. Both personas that grasped many people’s lives and thoughts and caused that enormous discussion of who is better quarterback. Well regardless, there will be a better one eventually. Maybe in next 50 years or perhaps in 500, unless mankind finally destroys itself leaving the Earth to healing from all the damage we had done to it, but nothing last forever and there’ll be another quarterback that will surpass Brady and Manning.
And as far as the AFC Championship Game is concerned it is going to be 21-13 to Broncos and that play that people are going be talking about is going to be…
Well I ain’t got a crystal ball here so I won’t say that defensive pass interference that a referee missed in favour of Broncos got the Patriots wound up and left unfocused for enough time for Father Time to take it easy on Peyton just this last time.
Well, we will be in a middle of this particular story in less than 24 hours with the end result leaving us all quite tired and emotionally worn out.
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