When is a win not a win? — Part 1
When a team loses a close game and then plays well enough to get a win, that’s a win.
The team with the better record in that game should have more than enough chances to make the playoffs.
And that’s exactly what happened in the AFC title game against the Broncos.
If you’re a Broncos fan and you’re watching the game this weekend, you’ll notice a common theme: Peyton Manning and his Denver Broncos are a team that doesn’t take the easy road.
It’s a philosophy that’s worked before, and it’s been carried over into this year’s AFC championship game.
Peyton Manning is an incredible quarterback, but he’s also a tremendous motivator.
Here’s a look at some of the reasons why Manning has led the Broncos to three Super Bowl victories.
Manning is the perfect leader of a winning team, not just because he’s the quarterback but because he motivates his teammates.
Manning’s success is more than just the ability to make plays on the football field.
The Broncos’ success is tied to Manning’s relentless drive.
He’s the driving force behind the team’s success.
His passion is what makes the team special, whether it’s his playmaking ability, his ability to inspire his teammates or his determination to be the best.
The same holds true for Peyton Manning.
It wasn’t always easy to succeed at Denver, and for that, he deserves all the credit.
Peyton had a long and successful career as a pro quarterback.
He was a five-time Pro Bowler, one of the best wide receivers of all time and an All-Pro for the first time in his career.
His numbers didn’t always translate to the NFL, but his impact on the game will forever live on.
Peyton’s legacy is one of tremendous accomplishment, which makes him one of our most important people.
We believe in Peyton Manning more than ever.
He is our leader, a great role model and a person that we all look up to.
We feel so lucky to have him as a teammate and as a friend.
The NFL has always been a team sport, but it’s only recently that the NFL has taken the field as a team.
In recent years, teams have had to come together to form a championship-caliber squad.
The Denver Broncos’ journey to the Super Bowl is a reminder of that.
The Super Bowl has been a staple in this city since 1964, when the Broncos faced the Indianapolis Colts in the Superdome.
The rivalry between the two teams was so intense that even though the game was only the second meeting of the season between the teams, the crowd of 20,859 was considered one of NFL history’s biggest.
Peyton and the Broncos overcame adversity to win the Superbowl, which they lost in overtime.
Manning has become the face of this franchise.
His legacy has also helped define the modern NFL, and he has become an icon for all fans.
For that, Peyton Manning deserves all of the credit for what he has accomplished in the last 20 years.
We know how much Peyton Manning has helped us, but we feel even more blessed to have a chance to watch this game this Sunday.
Peyton has a chance for another Super Bowl win, but not with the Broncos anymore.
He has to make some changes.
The AFC champion Denver Broncos won’t have to play with the same energy, the same passion, the the same desire to win in this game.
Manning will be the one to lead the team to a victory, but that doesn, as the Broncos say, “always mean something.”
That’s exactly the kind of motivation Manning will need as the team plays for its third Super Bowl championship.