AFC Playoffs Q&A: Peyton & Brady

Signs point to tantalizing Broncos-Patriots matchup for trip to Super Bowl XLVII

Originally Published: December 30, 2012
By Jeffri Chadiha | ESPN.com

If you believe much of what's being said, there isn't much to like about the AFC side of the NFL playoffs. The NFC has more depth and has won the past three Super Bowls. The AFC also is filled with more teams that failed to live up to high expectations, including the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills, Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs.

There has been so much bellyaching about the AFC this season that it's easy to forget many of the positives about its postseason participants. ...

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