Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos and Tom Brady's New England Patriots To Clash In The Rocky Mountains

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 13 January 2014

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Peyton Manning flying his helicopter over the Rocky Mountains.

DENVER - The Denver Broncos will host the New England Patriots in the American Football Conference Championship Game.

Sports Balls Illustrated Daily's Rufus Reno talked with Peyton Manning and asked him if he will do anything different to prepare for the Patriots.

Manning smiled and said that he will pray a lot more and outside of that he will probably just pretend that the Pats are really the Houston Texans, who ended up being the worst team in the entire NFL finishing the season with a record of 2-14.

Peyton told Reno that the key to the game is for his receivers to hold on to the ball. Number 18 said that he can throw a football 80 yards and have it land on a robin's nest but his receivers need to catch the pigskin.

Broncos defensive end Quanterus Smith (#69) said that he hates the Patriots, he hates Coach Bill Belichick, he hates Tom Brady, and he hates Tom Brady's wife lipstick model Gisele Bundchen.

Meanwhile Tom Brady after hearing Smith's rant said that sometime during the game number 69 may find an NFL football embedded in his football helmet.

Patriots tight end Michael Hoomanawanui (#47) said that when the fellas from New England get through with the Rocky Mountain High guys they'll all have icicles from their teardrops.

SIDENOTE: President Obama has reportedly bet $6,000 on the Denver Broncos to beat the New England Patriots.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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