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NEW YORK (AP) — The last time the Steelers played, Tim Tebow sent them home from the playoffs with one stunning play.
The next time Pittsburgh plays a game for real, it also will be in Denver.
Tebow won’t be the opposing quarterback, though. Peyton Manning will be — and he’s certainly capable of an 80-yard TD pass in overtime.
The entire nation won’t have to wait long to see Manning in a Broncos uniform. The only four-time league MVP will face the Steel Curtain in prime time on the opening Sunday of the NFL season.
Folks in the Mile High city haven’t been this excited about their quarterback — no not even about Tebow — since John Elway was leading them to five Super Bowls, winning the last two.
“We’re excited about that. Anytime you have a guy behind the center named Peyton Manning, you’re going to get a lot of attention,” said Elway, who now runs the Broncos’ football operations. “That’s going to be exciting. We’re looking forward to it obviously, the offseason program got started yesterday. I think the excitement in the building is great, and then with the schedule coming out today, it’s a difficult one. But I think everybody in the league’s going to look at their schedule and say it’s difficult.”
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