Denver Broncos beat New England Patriots 20 -1 8 in AFC Championship, advance to Super Bowl 50 | Fox News

Denver Broncos quarterback is chased out of the pocket by defenders during the first half the NFL football AFC Championship game between the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots, Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016, in Denver.( AP Photo/ Joe Mahoney)

No, you’re not find things.

That genuinely was Peyton Manning lumbering his style down the field for a 12 -yard gain and a first down Sunday. And thanks to his defense, this is gonna be Manning the 39 -year-old quarterback who was supposed to be on his style to a retirement party and not Tom Brady playing in the two weeks from now.

Ol’ No. 18 engineered a 20 -1 8 victory over the Patriots not settled until Broncos cornerback Bradley Roby picked off Brady’s pass on a 2-point endeavor that would have tied it with 12 seconds left.

The Patriots had to go for 2 after Brady hit Rob Gronkowski in the back of the end zone because Stephen Gostkowski missed his first extra phase in 524 tries in the first quarter.

Aqib Talib stepped in front of Brady’s pass and deflected it skyward.

Roby, who forced the game-changing fumble in last week’s victory over Pittsburgh, induced the pick. The Broncos recovered the onside kick and the celebration began. Manning is now 6-11 in his vaunted series against Brady, but 3-1 when it has counted the most with the AFC title on the line.

Manning outdid his boss, John Elway, as the oldest quarterback to take his team to the Super Bowl. The Broncos will play Arizona or Carolina, who satisfied afterwards in the NFC title game.

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