ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Peyton Manning and Tom Brady are the Coke and Pepsi of contemporary quarterbacks, the biggest brand names at their position, names that will always be linked.
They’ve gone head to head 13 times. With nine wins, Brady has an edge that almost seems insurmountable. Manning will point to his eight trips to Foxborough (“I don’t know how that always works,” Manning joked. “I guess it’s always random they say, but it’s been strange how that works out.”) as a reason he has a losing ledger against Brady.