NFL fans wait all year for Championship Sunday. The AFC and NFC title matches feature equally talented squads battling familiar foes with unrivaled intensity. This Sunday will showcase football play of the highest caliber as the consensus four best teams compete for a chance to play one more game in 2014.
It is difficult to imagine two more brilliant and exciting quarterbacks than Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks) and Colin Kaepernick (San Francisco 49ers) or two more effortlessly perfect passers and play-callers than Tom Brady (New England Patriots) and Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos).
This is the 14th career matchup between these two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks. Expect it to live up to their reputations.
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It may be too soon to set the careers of No. 12 and No. 18 against each other, but Luck is fast building his own legacy.
This Sunday, Manning returns to Lucas Oil, the Death Star, for the first time since he put on a Broncos uniform. Manning will play the Colts and have something to prove.
When an NFL quarterbacks throws for over 500 yards, five touchdowns and nearly sets the league's all-time single-game record for passing, he deserves to win. For Tony Romo, however, Sunday's tilt against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos did not end that way.
It was not through a charity act on the part of the Giants that gave me the opportunity to play football again -- I regained my spot on the team through months of hard work.
When the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens take on Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos on Sept. 5th, it will mark 214 days since the last pro football game.
Thomas, Wagner and Hillman are distinctly individual guys. However, none of them exhibit the thoughtless, carefree immaturity usually associated with American males in their 20s.
When I was a sports-obsessed child with a big secret, I would lie awake at night thinking about how cool it would be for one of my beloved Denver Broncos to tell the world that he was just like me. I have been dreaming of an openly gay active athlete in one of the big four team sports for a long time.
In the NBA playoffs both the Houston Rockets and the Brooklyn Nets staved off elimination.
Tim Tebow didn't create this circus, and his livelihood and professional career shouldn't be punished for it.
When the infamous Adam Schefter tweeted on Wednesday that the Broncos were in "serious talks" with then New England Patriot Wes Welker, and that a decision was "expected today," I immediately thought it was a smoke screen.
Underneath all the clichés and apologies, it is hard to argue the Baltimore Ravens would not have lost the game long before overtime without several game-changing assists from the officiating crew.
Like the Broncos' season, the Brady/Manning debate is over. Brady wins; he's playing on Sunday.