Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) September 20, 2013
In just the second week of the NFL 2013 season, the famous matchup of brother quarterbacks occurred. The Denver Broncos and Payton Manning traveled to MetLife Stadium where they took on and defeated the New York Giants and quarterback Eli Manning. With the win, older brother Peyton is now 3-0 against Eli. Denver has now won 13 straight regular-season games. Manning did not need to do all the work this game, as he had help from running back Knowshon Moreno, who rushed for two touchdowns and 93 yards, on only 13 carries. On his own, Moreno outrushed the Giants by 93 yards to 23. The Broncos are now 2-0 at the start of this 2013 season, and this game marked the first time in 33 years that the Broncos defeated the Giants in New Jersey.
To help the domination against the Giants, Peyton also found teammates Wes Welker and Julius Thomas for touchdowns. Peyton finished the game with 30 of 43 pass attempts and 307 yards with no interceptions. Eli finished 28 of 39 for 362 yards, but was intercepted 4 times in the loss. In the entirety of last season Eli had 15 interceptions. This year, he already has 7. The Broncos rolled to victory over the Giants by a score of 41-23. With the loss, the Giants fall to 0-2.
The Denver Broncos had another big win this season, when they defeated the reining Super Bowl champs the Baltimore Ravens in the first week. By a similar score, the Broncos demolished the Ravens by 22 points. The team’s next game will be Monday, September 23rd against the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders are 1-1 on the year, with a loss to the Colts but a win against the Jaguars. To purchase a ticket to this game and more, visit http://www.Broncos-Tickets.org. Customers who visit the site can also purchase Broncos tickets to any other game for the 2013 season, as they are all now available. To read more about Peyton and the Broncos in the 2013 season, visit http://www.Broncos-Tickets.org. Here, customers can find the lowest prices on the web for Broncos tickets and great customer service, as well as a social media fan hub to stay connected.