Brock Osweiler-Led Broncos Ends Patriots’ Undefeated Season In Nike

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Brock Osweiler celebrates a touchdown with C.J. Anderson during the Broncos win over the Patriots.
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The Carolina Panthers are the NFL’s last remaining undefeated team, as the Denver Broncos pulled off an overtime win last night at home against the Tom Brady-led New England Patriots, 30-24.

With Peyton Manning sidelined due to a torn plantar fascia in his foot (as well as rib and shoulder injuries), 25-year-old quarterback Brock Osweiler took command of the offense — and did not disappoint Denver fans. The fourth-year quarterback out of Arizona State threw for 270 yards in the Nike Lunarbeast Elite TC cleats, completing 23 of 42 passes with one passing touchdown. As a starter this season, Osweiler is now 2-0 and has thrown for 396 yards and three touchdowns.

Osweiler wasn’t the only Broncos player who had a big game. Running back C.J. Anderson ran all over the New England defense on the snowy Sports Authority Field at Mile High in his Nike Code Pro 3/4 cleats, rushing for 113 yards on 15 carries, including a pair of touchdowns. Anderson scored the touchdown that sealed New England’s fate, taking a pitch from Osweiler 48 yards to the end zone on Denver’s first possession in overtime.

Denver Broncos New England Patriots C.J. Anderson of the Broncos runs in the game-winning touchdown against the Patriots. Getty.

The Broncos will be on the road Dec. 6 to take on the San Diego Chargers, while New England will host the Philadelphia Eagles.

Denver Broncos New England Patriots Miles the Mascot gets in on the snowy victory celebration fun in his Nike shoes. Getty.

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