It's one of the biggest and most long-running rivalries in the NFL: Manning vs Brady. The New England Patriots travel to Sports Authority Field at Mile High to face the Denver Broncos to win the AFC and trip to Superbowl 50.
While both teams ended the season with a 12-4 record, their playoffs record tells a very different story. Tom Brady is 22-8 in the NFL Playoffs, a league record, and is the only QB to lead his team to six Super Bowls, winning four of them so far. Although Peyton Manning's playoff record is below .500, 12-13, Manning and Brady have split the four times they've faced each other in post season play. This is the 17th time they'll be playing each other and this is widely regarded as Manning's last year. It's all or nothing for one Hall of Fame QB, and on the other side of the field, another Hall of Fame QB looks to set one more record with a 5th Superbowl ring.
Kick off is at 12:05!