DENVER – This wasn’t Peyton Manning’s fault. John Fox got a little conservative. Safety Rahim Moore somehow let Jacoby Jones behind him for a miraculous touchdown with less than a minute left. The Ravens put up 479 yards. When a 10-point underdog pulls off an upset like this, blame goes to everyone on the losing side. But Manning is the quarterback, the one in the Broncos’ locker room whose legacy will debated long after he retires. When the story of Ravens 38, Broncos 35 is told, part of it will be that it was just another failure for Manning in a big game. And there was that interception.
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