But for now, the football world still has at least one more matchup between the two Hall of Famers to enjoy. While the 35-year-old Brady and the 36-year-old Manning don’t technically play against each other, they have developed a strong admiration for each other.
This week, both quarterbacks — as well as their head coaches — were asked many questions about each other. Below are some of their answers, courtesy of the Patriots and Broncos PR staffs.
On his bond with Manning over the years … Yeah, he’s a friend of mine. We don’t talk much during the season, but I think he’s someone that certainly I’ve always looked up to and admired and really respected the way he plays the position, the way he works, the way he leads. He’s been a phenomenal player and we played against him a long time at the Colts – it felt like very year – so you see a lot of those games and obviously I have learned a lot from him "
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