Should the Broncos and the New England Patriots meet in the AFC Championship Game, it would truly be one for the ages. Not only will the two top-ranked teams in the AFC be fighting for a Super Bowl bid in Denver, but it will be yet another edition of Brady vs. Manning.
New England quarterback Tom Brady has faced Broncos signal-caller Peyton Manning 14 times, with the most recent meeting coming this season when the Patriots topped the Broncos in Week 12.
Brady seems to be Manning's kryptonite; his Patriots have won 10 of the 14 meetings between the two quarterbacks, including both of the games since Manning has been with the Denver Broncos.
Brady is certainly at his best at home in Gillette Stadium, where he is 7-2 against Manning, yet if the two meet this postseason, the game would be played on Manning's turf in Denver.
All in all, this game would be amazing for NFL fans across the globe, yet the Broncos are hoping to face a less daunting quarterback should they make it to the AFC Championship Game.
Andy Dalton, anybody?