Tom Brady–Peyton Manning Rivalry As Defined By Wikipedia (before yesterday)


–Brady-Manning Rivalry is an actual topic on Wikipedia–


Manning and Brady have played each other seventeen times, with Brady leading the head-to-head series 11-6, although they are currently tied 5-5 over their last 10 meetings (which encompasses the past 10 seasons). Brady leads the Colts–Patriots series 8-4[10] and also leads the Broncos-Patriots series 3-2.[11] Brady leads the series in Foxborough 8-2 (7-2 at Gillette Stadium), Manning leads the series in Indianapolis/Denver 4-3.[11] The most recent road win for either quarterback in the rivalry was Brady’s 2007 win at Indianapolis.

The two quarterbacks have met five times in the NFL Playoffs, with Manning leading the playoff series 3-2. Four of the five matchups have been in the AFC Championship Game, with Manning having won three of the four.

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 The Tom Brady–Peyton Manning rivalry is a series of games between two of the greatest quarterbacks in the National Football League (NFL): Tom Brady and Peyton Manning.  Brady has played for the New England Patriots since 2000 when he was the 199th pick in the sixth round of the NFL Draft.  He has been the starter since 2001, after Drew Bledsoe was injured early in the season, and has been so since, with the exception of the 2008 NFL season when he tore his ACL in the opening game.  Manning was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the 1998 NFL Draft with the number 1 pick and played for the Colts until a neck injury caused him to miss the 2011 NFL season.  After the season, Manning signed with the Denver Broncos.

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