In his days as the Patriots favorite utilityman, Troy Brown spent some time as defensive back. So, what's a DB thinking when he sees Peyton Manning as the opposing quarterback?
"I don't think he's changed a ton," Brown said on "Patriots Wednesday Live," I think he's still directing things the way he directed things in Indianapolis."
So, how do you stop the future Hall of Famer, who has his new team, the Broncos, coming in Foxboro at 9-1 with the highest-scoring offense in the league?
"Bill Belichick's motto was always take care of their best player, but you can't really do that," said Brown. "So, take care of those receivers as they get to the line of scrimmmage and beat 'em up a little bit, challenge them, bump them, get them off their rhythm."