Ravens vs. Broncos, 2013 AFC Divisional Playoffs: Peyton Manning commits three turnovers

Dustin Bradford

Peyton Manning committed three turnovers against the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday.

Peyton Manning committed three turnovers that led to 17 points for the Baltimore Ravens in a 38-35 double overtime loss on Saturday, and he should take a load of the blame, according to Bronco Mike of Mile High Report.

Specifically, Manning threw an interception in overtime that led to Justin Tucker's 47-yard game-winning field goal in the second overtime period.

Bronco Mike said that Manning "choked in the moment" and "he didn't get it done" on this particular night against Baltimore.

Manning finished the game 28-of-43 passing for 290 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions. Manning also lost a fumble in the game.

Bronco Mike also criticized kicker Matt Prater and safety Rahim Moore for making huge blunders in critical moments of the game, while praising Trindon Holliday, Ronnie Hillman and Chris Harris for showing up and playing well while "everyone else for lack of a better term completely failed."

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