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Manning has lost 10 playoff games in which Denver was favored.

Brady has lost 8 playoff games total.

 

Patriots are 6 - 1 in games where they throw the ball 80% of the plays.

Rest of the league is 6 - 127 over the last 10 years when throwing the ball 80% of the plays.

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Much will be made about the Brady and Manning game.............it's too bad Manning is a shell of himself, it won't live up to the hype & it sure as hell won't be a battle of QBs

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Much will be made about the Brady and Manning game.............it's too bad Manning is a shell of himself, it won't live up to the hype & it sure as hell won't be a battle of QBs

 

Yep, the real battle will be between the coaching staffs and unless Denver hired Tom Coughlin when no one was looking I don't like their chances.

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Manning has lost 10 playoff games in which Denver was favored.

Brady has lost 8 playoff games total.

 

Patriots are 6 - 1 in games where they throw the ball 80% of the plays.

Rest of the league is 6 - 127 over the last 10 years when throwing the ball 80% of the plays.

Manning hasn't played in 10 playoff games with Denver

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1: Overall draft position in 1998 for Manning, as well as Super Bowl rings (in three tries) thanks to the Colts’ win over the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLI.

  

1: Sales rank of Brady’s jersey sales this season at Dick’s Sporting Goods. Manning ranked No. 12.

 

2: Combined Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year awards with Manning getting the nod for 2013. Brady won the honor in 2005. Both players also won the Comeback of the Year award (Manning-2012; Brady-2009) and manned the stage as host of Saturday Night Live (Manning-2007; Brady-2005).

 

3: Brady’s rank on the NFL’s annual Top 100 list entering the 2015 season, while Manning ranked No. 5 as chosen by NFL players. J.J. Watt and Aaron Rodgers took the first two spots.

 

4: Super Bowl rings for Brady in six appearances in the NFL’s ultimate game. The Pats are gunning for their second back-to-back Super Bowl titles this year—a feat they previously pulled off after the 2003 and 2004 seasons.

 

7: Combined regular season MVP awards with Manning holding a 5-2 edge.

 

9: Combined appearances on Forbes’ annual Celebrity 100 list (Manning leads 5-4).

 

12-13: Manning’s career playoff record.

 

22-8: Brady’s career playoff record. The 22 wins are a record for postseason wins by a QB, six ahead of Joe Montana.

 

38/39: Ages of Brady and Manning, respectively. They are the two oldest starting QBs in the NFL (Matt Hasselbeck, who filled in for the Colts’ Andrew Luck when he was injured this season, is 40).

 

55: Career playoff passing touchdowns for Brady, which is 10 more than Montana. Manning has 38.

 

55: Manning’s single season touchdown passes record set in 2013, which broke Brady’s record of 50 set in 2007.

 

56: Game winning drives during Manning’s career, which is the most all-time. Brady has 48, which ranks third. Dan Marino is sandwiched between the two with 51.

 

89.6: Career playoff passer rating for Brady, 12th highest all-time and a tick ahead of Peyton’s brother Eli. Peyton Manning ranks No. 16 at 88.0. Green Bay Packers’ legend Bart Starr is first. They rank fifth (Manning) and sixth (Brady) for career regular season passing rating. Rodgers is first.

 

199: Overall draft slot for Brady in the 2000 NFL draft.

 

539: Career passing TDs for Manning, who broke the all-time record last season. Brady is tied with Drew Brees for third with 428.

 

606: Broncos point total during the 2013 season, which broke the previous single season record of 589 set by the 2007 Patriots.

 

71,940: Career passing yards for Manning, who broke Brett Favre’s record this year. Brady ranks fifth with 58,028.

 

$1 million: Patriots’ fine for Deflategate, which the team did not appeal (they were also docked two draft picks). Brady appealed his four-game suspension, and it was vacated by a U.S. judge. The NFL is appealing the decision.

 

$8 million: Brady’s earnings between June 2014 and June 2015 with all but $2 million derived from licensing and endorsements like Under Armour and UGG for Men. His wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen earned $44 million over the same period. Brady’s big payday came two years when he got a $30 million signing bonus under his new Patriots’ contract (his base salary moved up to $8 million this season).

 

$14 million: Brady’s salary cap figure this year, which ranked No. 14 among NFL QBs. Manning was No. 6 at $17.5 million. Brees led the way at $23.8 million.

 

$27 million: Earnings from salary, bonuses and endorsements for Manning between June 2014 and June 2015, which ranked No. 32 on Forbes’ list of the world’s highest-paid athletes. Manning is the NFL’s top pitchman earning $12 million a year from partners like Nike NKE +1.72%, Buick, DirecTV, Gatorade , Nationwide Insurance and Papa John’s.

 

$51 million: Brady’s value to the Patriots in 2013, according to this study. Manning was worth a league-high $61.5 million.

 

$163 million: Career earnings (not including endorsements) for Brady, third highest all-time, according to Spotrac.com.

 

$245 million: Career earnings (not including endorsements) for Manning, the most in NFL history. His brother Eli ranks second at $188 million.

 

$1.94 billion: Current value of the Broncos, which ranks No. 11 in the NFL. Pat Bowlen paid $78 million for the team in 1984.

 

$3.2 billion: Current value of the Patriots, second most behind the Dallas Cowboys. Robert Kraft paid $172 million in 1994.

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Heard on EEI today Manning has the 34th worst passing rating of all starting QBs this season.

Cabo

Thats great news for Romo and Geno

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Tom Brady has more touchdown passes this year in Denver than Manning does.

 

A team has never won the league championship with the QB with the worst passer rating.

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Tom Brady has more touchdown passes this year in Denver than Manning does.

 

A team has never won the league championship with the QB with the worst passer rating.

he, Peyton didn't throw one ball towards the ends zone, all to the side lines.

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