Tom Brady is a proven winner, and he's done it just about everywhere.
But there's one place that has not been kind to Tom Terrific.
Brady is 2-4 all-time in Denver, which is his worst record in any venue.
He has a 59% completion rate and an 11:7 touchdown-to-interception ratio.
Maybe that means he's due for a big game?
Troy Brown joins Gary Tanguay to explain what makes Denver such a difficult place to play, and what the Patriots must do to take down Peyton Manning's Broncos and advance to the Super Bowl.
"It's a mile up in the air," says Brown. "Acknowledge it, embrace it, however you want to approach the situation, but at the same time, guys, focus on what you need to be doing."