AFC Championship Highlights: Broncos 26 – Patriots 16

01/19/2014

Patriots Broncos FootballDENVER – Peyton Manning is taking the Denver Broncos back to the Super Bowl thanks to a 26-16 win over New England on Sunday at Sports Authority Field. It’s the franchise’s first trip to the big game since John Elway won the second of back-to-back Super Bowls before retiring 15 years ago.

Manning threw for 400 yards and a pair of touchdown passes as the Broncos built a 23-3 lead early in the fourth quarter. Tom Brady tried to rally the Patriots, but two late touchdowns were just that: too late and too little.

Kevin Harlan and Dan Fouts called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.

(Manning finds Jacob Tamme and Denver leads 10-0)

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(It’s 20-3 on Manning’s TD pass to Demaryius Thomas)

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(The Denver defense sacks Tom Brady on 4th down)

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(Brady hits Julian Edelman to cut the deficit to 23-10)

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(It’s 26-16 after Brady’s TD run)

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(The final call as the Broncos win the game and reach Super Bowl XLVIII)

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(Peyton Manning’s postgame interview with WestwoodOne sideline reporter Tim Ryan)

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(Julius Thomas’s postgame interview with WestwoodOne sideline reporter Tim Ryan)

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(Tom Brady’s postgame interview with WestwoodOne’s Jim Gray)

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(Postgame recap from Kevin Harlan and Dan Fouts)

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