The Denver Broncos were the big winners in free agency after the first 24 hours when they signed T.J. Ward, Aqib Talib and DeMarcus Ware, but the New England Patriots may have bridged the gap after their signing of Darrelle Revis, Brandon Browner, Brandon LaFell and re-signing Julian Edelman.
The two teams who met in last year’s AFC Championship Game are no doubt competing against each other off-the-field now as they both try to get back to the Super Bowl and get their future Hall of Fame quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Tom Brady another ring and that has Broncos president and general manager John Elway enjoying the process.
“Well, you always know you have to go through New England if you look at their track record the last 10 years,” Elway said, per the Broncos’ official website. “They’re a team that you’re going to have to deal with. For us to get done what we want to get done, you’ve got to be able to get done. It’s kind of a fun arms race, and we’ll see what happens next year.”
Will these two meet again in the AFC title game? If they do it could be because of the moves made over the last few days and which players prove to be the best additions.