Peyton Manning led his Denver Broncos past the San Diego Chargers on Sunday evening to advance to the AFC title game against the New England Patriots — otherwise known as Brady-Manning XV.
While Tom Brady led the Pats to success despite injuries to key players and a revolving door of wide receivers, Manning’s record-setting regular season propelled the Broncos to this point.
The two legendary quarterbacks will square off with a Super Bowl berth on the line next Sunday, but which of the signal-callers had the more impressive season?
Manning has shown his dominance all season long, setting NFL records with 5,477 passing yards and 55 touchdowns, but the Broncos fell short when they visited Foxboro in Week 12. The Pats erased a 24-point halftime deficit to rally for the victory.
Brady might not have set records this season, but the quarterback has found ways to succeed even when the cards are stacked against him. The offense continues to produce and showed its versatility against the Colts, scoring six rushing touchdowns Saturday.
Two of the best quarterbacks in the league will battle Sunday, but before they do, who do you think has had the more impressive season?