With much of the East Coast digging out from a blizzard, it was the perfect day to draw a big audience.
“I got some comments about that on social media that I looked really confused,” Daniels said Monday while basking in the afterglow of his two-touchdown performance in Denver’s 20-18 dethroning of the defending champs.
Elway has reason to believe the end, whether it comes Sunday against New England in the AFC title game, or two weeks from Sunday in the Super Bowl, will include a bit more kicking and screaming.
“There’s a purpose to everything he does, and there’s a reason to everything he does. He just doesn’t do things to do things,” Elway said. “And as a player, you respect that, and I respected that. That, to me, is why he’s been successful.”
“Everyone is talking — you can say this, you can say that — but at the end of the day, actions speak louder than words,” Davis said. “When it comes to the talking, I stay away from it.”
The San Francisco 49ers routed the Broncos 55-10 in the most lopsided Super Bowl. It was big easy in the Big Easy for Joe Montana and company.
Manning and Ware are both relieved to be back on the field for the rematch with the New England Patriots.
Gostkowski is accustomed to kicking in bad conditions, too. So, if it gets windy Sunday, neither he nor McManus will fret.
It’s OK if you didn’t know them. The NFL playoffs often bring out unlikely heroes.
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