The Denver Broncos take on the New England Patriots on Sunday. If history is bound to repeat itself, this would be the perfect week to get a win.
For the Denver Broncos, their Sunday afternoon clash with the New England Patriots will be one of the most important games of the season.
With the Miami Dolphins beating the New York Jets Saturday Night, the Broncos will have to do what they can to win this game and keep Adam Gase’s squad on the back burner.
But I honestly believe that they can get the job done.
As someone who enjoys learning about various amounts of history, learning about this rivalry is perhaps one of my favorite past times.
Denver leads the all time series against the Patriots 26-20. The Broncos also hold a 4-1 edge when these two teams face each other in the postseason.
But perhaps my favorite statistic is when the Broncos go up against Tom Brady.
Since 2001, Tom Brady is 2-7 against the Broncos in Denver. That includes a 0-3 record in the playoffs.
Safe to say that Tom Brady’s kryptonite is the Denver Broncos on the road.
Not to mention in Brady’s lustrous career, the only team he has a losing record against is the Broncos.
However, this game will not be easy. If the Denver Broncos are going to keep repeating the history of the Patriots struggles, they will need to play a complete game.
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The New England Patriots are one team that you do not want to fall behind early on. If you give Tom Brady an inch, he will go five yards.
That is how elite he is. It just simply cannot happen. Rob Gronkowski is out for the year, but he still has big time weapons.
In order for the Broncos to repeat history, they will have to play the entire 60 minutes.