Peyton Manning put up the stats, but he didn’t get the win vs. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. — As they have many-times before, the Patriots beat their opponent in impressive fashion.
— It was the running-game that ignited a usually 99%.9 quarterback reliant team in the Patriots, thanks to Steven Ridley, who ran for a now new career high 151 yards rushing on 21 carries, and a touchdown. It may have been the final time for the two quarterbacks to go head-to-head against each-other, as Sunday’s game proved to be another hard-fought battle in the Manning/Brady Rivalry, which has been grand in every-way.
— Manning found himself in a familiar situation on Sunday, as he almost led his Denver Broncos back to a comeback victory in the fourth-quarter, but as so many times, as anyone can remember, Coach Bill Belicheck’s X’s and O’s beat out the opponent, this time though it was with the running-game, and Tom Brady did do his part in the game, beating Peyton Manning once again, as he has had the upper-hand in this epic rivalry between him and (Manning).
— It’s always been Manning, who has been able to put impressive numbers, but at times, coming up short, such as some match-ups vs. Brady in year’s past, it’s all about those X’s and O’s, that’s why New England has had the success they have had, and why Tom Brady has had the upper-hand in an epic rivalry vs. Manning.
Thomas Brunt is an aspiring sports-writer