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NFL Preseason: Houston Texans vs. Denver Broncos Recap

Peyton Manning saw plenty of action, but couldn't lead the Broncos to a score Saturday night in Denver's win over the Houston Texans. Manning played for four drives and finished 8-for-14 for just 52 yards in the air, but his backups Brock Osweiler and Trevor Siemian picked him up with a touchdown pass each to give Denver the win. Osweiler's 57-yard pass in the second quarter to Andre Caldwell opened the scoring and was the night's best play, and Siemian's 26-yard pass to Corbin Louks clinched the win for Denver int he fourth quarter. Kourtnei Brown intercepted Osweiler and returned the pass 69 yards for Houston's only touchdown of the night. Houston quarterbacks took five sacks in the game.

NFL Preseason: Seattle Seahawks Vs. Denver Broncos Recap

The Broncos didn't play Peyton Manning at all, but backup Brock Osweiler led Denver to a win over the Seahawks in the teams' exhibition opener. Osweiler found the end zone just once but led five scoring drives overall, finishing 15-for-20 for 151 yards and a touchdown. The Broncos' Ronnie Hillman rushed for 66 yards on eight carries. The Broncos got three field goals form Brandon McManos and two from Connor Barth. Seattle got their biggest play on special teams, when Tyler Lockett returned a second-quarter kickoff 103 yards for a touchdown. On plays from scrimmage, the Seahawks were outgained, 356 yards to 181. The Seahawks' Russell Wilson played just one series, completing his only pass attempt for 12 yards and also rushing once for 12 more.

AFC Championship Game: New England Patriots vs. Indianapolis Colts Recap

On Sunday, January 19th, the Indianapolis Colts took on the New England Patriots in the 2015 AFC Championship game in Foxboro Massachusetts. The New England Patriots, led by quarterback Tom Brady, and coach Bill Belichek returned to familiar territory, and were looking for their 6th Super Bowl Appearance. The Indianapolis Colts are led by quarterback Andrew Luck and coach Chuck Pagano. The game was fairly tight for the first half, with New England leading by a score of 17-7. The highlight was Brady throwing a touchdown to offensive tackle Nate Solder. The second half would be a different story, as the margin of victory changed drastically.
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