Denver Broncos Beat Pittsburgh Steelers, Sets Up Brady VS Manning For The 17th Time
The Denver Broncos win their 10th close game against the Pittsburgh Steelers 23-16, setting up Peyton Manning vs Tom Brady for the 17th time.
They tied with the 1978 Houston Oilers for the most wins by seven points or fewer. This team doesn’t give up in close games and part of that is being in these situations along with making plays from both sides of the ball.
”That is how it’s been all year,” said C.J. Anderson, who punched it in from the 1 according to Fox Sports. ”We’ve had ups and downs. We’ve struggled, but we keep on battling. Throughout the season we’ve learned that it’s going to take four quarters to beat teams. We’re relentless in there. We fight, we grind, we just keep pushing.”
They are a grind out team, which was displayed throughout the season. All of the quarterback questions with starting either Manning or Brock Osweiler was answered before the game started. Head coach Gary Kubiak playing the style of football he wanted to do. A good running game, a quarterback making plays and a great defense. Manning isn’t the same quarterback due to injuries. He does however has his intelligence still even at an advance age. It’s going to take a team effort to beat Brady in Denver to make the Super Bowl.
”Each game, key defensive players stepped it up, but you have to be a good team to win these playoff games and you have to win as a team,” said Peyton Manning according to Fox Sports.