Peyton Manning has faced Tom Brady many times before – but never as a member of the Denver Broncos.
Manning and his new team will get a shot at the New England Patriots on Sunday afternoon this week in a 4:25pm ET kickoff on the NFL betting lines at Bovada. The Pats are 7-point favorites on Bovada.
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The Broncos were bounced by the Patriots in the playoffs last season – losing badly by a score of 45-10 in New England with a berth in the AFC Championship Game on the line.
But with Manning now in the fold the Broncos are looking for a much better result against Brady and company this time around, and Denver is coming off a convincing 37-6 home win over the Raiders in Week 4 in which Manning looked like his old self – efficient 30-of-38 passing for 338 yards with three touchdown strikes and no interceptions.
That improved the Broncos to 2-2 both SU and ATS on the year, and they're also 2-2 on the OVER/UNDER for totals bettors on the NFL lines at Bovada.
New England took care of business over the weekend as well, scoring 45 points in the second half against the Buffalo Bills in a 52-28 road victory. Brady completed 22 of his 36 pass attempts in that game for 340 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions.
The Patriots are also 2-2 SU on the year, but 3-1 ATS plus 2-2 on the OVER/UNDER.
New England is 3-2 both SU and ATS over its past five games against Denver dating back to 2006, and 5-5 SU and 3-6-1 ATS over its past 10 games against Indianapolis dating back to 2004 – with Manning at the helm for the Colts in all but the last of those games. Brady is 8-4 all-time vs. Manning.
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