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ProFootballTalk: Which AFC East team will knock off the Patriots?

The ProFootballTalk crew debates which AFC East team has the best chance of knocking off the New England Patriots next season.

Fox understands Broncos want more

Three consecutive AFC West titles, back-to-back 13-3 finishes and a Super Bowl are certainly cause for pause in a business where getting any of that done is difficult at best. But the Denver Broncos didn’t re-up head coach John Fox because that was enough. Show More Summary

How Auburn Has Used Transfer System to Build an SEC Power

Auburn is the reigning champion of the Southeastern Conference—widely considered the best football league in the world besides the AFC and NFC of the NFL—and came within 20 seconds of winning a national title last season. With plenty...Show More Summary

Harbaugh 'disturbed' by AFC rivals' moves

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Many believe the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos have done the best in free agency, and that doesn't sit well with Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh. "I was disappointed with the moves that the Broncos and Patriots made in the offseason. Show More Summary

Top free-agent roundup: AFC North

It's not a particularly strong free-agent class in the AFC North, although the top ones rank among the best in the NFL. The free-agent group in the division took a hit when tight end Dennis Pitta, outside linebacker Jason Worilds and...Show More Summary

Ten-Point Stance: Mike Freeman's NFL Notebook Entering the Scouting Combine

1. Who is Johnny Manziel? The NFL trusts Johnny Manziel. "I really believe this guy will be one of the best quarterbacks we've seen come out of college in the past four of five years," one AFC scout said. "He'll have a Russell Wilson type of impact. Show More Summary

Strength of schedule: Indianapolis Colts

The 2014 NFL schedule, as of now, gives the Indianapolis Colts the best chance of winning and taking the next step in the AFC. The Colts currently have the easiest schedule for the 2014 season based off their strength of schedule. Indianapolis’ 2014 opponents have a combined winning percentage of.430. Show More Summary

ProFootballTalk: NFC far better than AFC

The ProFootballTalk crew discusses the Seahawks’ decisive victory over the Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII. Mike Florio says Seattle was easily the best team this year and that the NFC as a whole has a much brighter future than the AFC...

Mindy Newell: For The Love Of The Game

As I write this, the Super Bowl XLVIII kick-off is still 36 minutes away. I’ve been thinking a lot about football the last couple of weeks. It’s a showdown between the best offensive team, the AFC Denver Broncos, led by Peyton Manning,...Show More Summary

Super Bowl Predictions 2014: Projecting Top Stat Lines in Seahawks vs. Broncos

It's the Super Bowl matchup we've wanted all season. The top team in the AFC, the Denver Broncos, against the top team in the NFC, the Seattle Seahawks. The best offense against the best defense. Peyton Manning against the league's most...Show More Summary

Super Bowl 48: Individual Matchups That Will Decide Seahawks vs. Broncos

The 48th edition of the NFL’s Super Bowl features two dynamic teams with clashing strengths as the Denver Broncos (13-3) go to war with the Seattle Seahawks (13-3). With the top seed in the AFC going head-to-head against the best team...Show More Summary

Super Bowl XLVIII: Why the Denver Broncos Will Ride Their Defense to Victory

All anyone in Denver can talk about is Peyton Manning, and there’s a perfectly good reason for that. Manning turned in a phenomenal, clutch performance in the AFC Championship Game. He bested his rival Tom Brady with 400 yards passing,...Show More Summary

What It's Like To Skydive Into The AFC Championship

3 months agoSports : Deadspin

Here's unedited helmet-cam video from one of the Denver Broncos Thunderstorm parachute team from their jump into Mile High before Sunday's game. The best parts are freefall, starting at 1:15, and the (incredibly rapid) descent into the stadium itself, beginning at 3:15. Read more...

Best Twitter Reactions from Denver Broncos' Dominant AFC Championship Victory

If you had watched practically any part the AFC title game without looking at the score, you probably would’ ve thought the game wasn ’t even close. The final score between the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots was 26-16, but...Show More Summary

5 Reasons Why Seattle Can Win Super Bowl XLVIII

After 17 weeks of NFL regular season games and three rounds of playoffs, best teams have advanced in both the AFC and the NFC to force a Super Bowl matchup between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks. Both teams finished the regular season with identical 13-3 straight up records, and they were both the No. Show More Summary

Belichick on Welker Hit: 'Deliberate' Play to 'Take Out' Best Patriots DB

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said Denver wide receiver Wes Welker's hit on Patriots defensive back Aqib Talib was a "deliberate" attempt to "take out" the star wide receiver during Sunday's AFC title game that the Broncos won. Show More Summary

Patriots vs. Broncos: Score, Grades and More from AFC Championship Game 2014

Peyton Manning did his best to silence his playoff critics, leading the Denver Broncos to a 26-16 victory over the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, Jan. 19, at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The 37-year-old...Show More Summary

Peyton Manning Dismantles The Patriots, Sends Denver To The Super Bowl In One Of His Best Playoff Games Ever

The Denver Broncos are going to the Super Bowl after a flawless performance from Peyton Manning in the AFC championships game. Denver beat the New England Patriots 26-16. The Patriots, without the dominant running game that emerged over the last two months, never got within 10 points in the second half. Show More Summary

Wes Welker Knocked Aqib Talib Out of the Game on This Pick Play

3 months agoSports : The Big Lead

Aqib Talib, the New England cornerback who is among the best at his position in the NFL, was knocked out of the AFC Championship game on a (...)

Patriots vs. Broncos: Last-Minute Viewing Guide for 2014 AFC Championship Game

The two best teams aren't always the last ones standing, but there's no doubt the New England Patriots (No. 2) and Denver Broncos (No. 1) deserve their spots in the 2014 AFC Championship Game. This is going to be the 15th time Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have faced one another, and it'll be the fourth time they've battled in the postseason. Show More Summary

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