It's another Brady/Manning showdown.
The two NFL quarterbacks are facing each other for the 17th time when they meet at Mile High Stadium in Denver for the AFC Championship game.
The winner of the game…goes to Super Bowl 50 on February 7 in Santa Clara, California at Levi Stadium.
Ben Volin, NFL/Patriots writer for The Boston Globe tells WGBH Morning Edition host Bob Seay that Mile High Stadium has been a ""house of horrors" for Tom Brady whose record is only 2 and 6 all- time in Denver.
Volin says, “some weird things happen in Denver, the air is thinner the Broncos are acclimated to the oxygen, so it won’t be ...everyone asking...do they still have enough juice still in the fourth quarter…
Denver has one of the best home game advantages in the NFL...the Patriots really wish this game was being played at home in Foxborough.”
The forecast at kickoff is Partly cloudy, 48 degrees, windy with some rain and snow showers moving in.
Volin says, “ Peyton Manning is not the same quarterback anymore, he’s 39- years old, he’s been injured all season, doesn’t really have arm strength, he’s not the centerpiece to the offense… he’s really more of a passenger now."
The Patriots key is going to be stopping the Bronco’s running game, says Volin.
Volin's prediction: The Patriot's will have an easy win!
To Listen to the extended audio interview between Ben Volin and Bob Seay click on the audio File above.