Brady-Manning 2016 AFC Championship Betting Tips: Things You Need to Know

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Brady-Manning 2016 AFC Championship Betting Tips: Things You Need to Know

Before betting on the highly anticipated Brady-Manning 2016 AFC Championship game, one should be familiar with past trends applied specifically to Tom Brady and Peyton Manning.

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First, you should know that the Pats are a -3 favorite at Denver.  The home team in this series is 6-0 Against The Spread the last six meetings and the Patriots have gone 1-5 ATS in the last six trips to Mile High.
Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning -Brady leads Manning 11-5 Straight Up and 8-6-2 Against The Spread in 16 career meetings.  The last time Tom Brady beat Peyton Manning in a playoff game was way back on Jan. 16, 2005, in the divisional round in New England, and his team is the -3 favorite in this one.   Brady’s  .250 winning percentage in Denver is his worst of any city in the NFL that he's played in more than once.

Sunday will be the fifth playoff meeting between Brady and Manning, the most head-to-head meetings by two starting quarterbacks in playoff history.  It will also be the fourth time the two players will face off in a championship game. That's the most in the Super Bowl era.

Looking for a good touchdown prop? Brady has more touchdown passes in Denver this season than Peyton Manning.

Brady threw for three touchdowns in the Patriots' Week 12 meeting. Manning has only one touchdown in the six games he's played at home this season, including playoffs.

Manning will be the first quarterback to start a conference championship game after throwing fewer than 10 touchdown passes in the regular season since Jeff Hostetler in the 1991 playoffs

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