On Sunday afternoon Peyton Manning and Tom Brady will play against one another yet again.
It has become a yearly thing. Manning vs. Brady.
“You wait a year to play this game,” the Patriots quarterback told reporters. “You’ve got one of the best teams in the league against us, and we feel like we’re a pretty good team. That’s why you play the game. It doesn’t get any better than this.”
The 37-year-old Brady is ready to take on Manning, 38, in the Sunday match-up of the NFL’s two oldest starting quarterbacks.
“They’ve made significant changes to the team that was in the Super Bowl last year,” said Brady. “They challenged a lot of teams this year. They’ve gotten ahead of a lot of teams this year, and really put the nail in the coffin — that’s a Halloween reference.”