Broncos LB Von Miller tormented Patriots during AFC Championship

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Broncos halt Patriots' comeback to win AFC Championship, advance to eighth Super Bowl
Sunday January 24th, 2016

Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller made life difficult for the New England Patriots on Sunday.

During the AFC Championship Game, Miller totaled 2.5 sacks and made a crucial interception of quarterback Tom Brady in the first half.

Miller picked off Brady deep in Patriots territory early in the second quarter, which led to Peyton Manning’s second passing touchdown of the game.

Later in the quarter, he combined with edge rusher DeMarcus Ware for a sack of Brady

Then, in the third quarter, he brought Brady down twice.

Through three quarters, Miller had five total tackles and the Broncos held a 17–12 lead.

- Kenny Ducey

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