Denver Broncos fans had a strong animosity toward Tom Brady throughout his career, and now they have an additional reason to hold negative sentiments toward the quarterback.
The Las Vegas Raiders revealed on Monday that Brady will be joining their ranks as a minority owner. Starting from the 2023 season, Brady will assume a co-ownership position in the Broncos’ biggest rival.
Over the course of his illustrious career, Brady faced the Broncos 18 times, achieving a 9-9 record. This includes 8 wins and 6 losses in regular-season matchups, as well as 1 victory and 3 losses in playoff encounters (with the lone postseason triumph against Denver occurring when Tim Tebow was the Broncos’ quarterback).
Brady also cultivated a notable rivalry with former quarterback Peyton Manning, which was initiated during Manning’s tenure with the Indianapolis Colts and persisted after his move to the Broncos.
Throughout their head-to-head meetings, Brady held the advantage with an 11-6 record against Manning. However, Manning had the upper hand in the playoffs, boasting a 3-2 postseason tally against Brady (including two playoff triumphs with Denver).
With his inclusion as a minority owner, Brady now becomes part of the AFC West, further intensifying the long-standing rivalry between the Broncos and the Raiders.