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Peyton, Brady, Brees lead classic re-airs tonight

Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Drew Brees.

All of them all-time greats who have a seemingly never-ending list of memorable moments and phenomenal games to their credit.

Tonight, three classic NFL games will be replayed with the aforementioned all-time trio at the forefront.

Manning and Brady will kick it off in a 2009 encounter starting at 7 p.m. on NBC Sports Network with the Saints' Brees passing up a milestone against the Chargers on 9:30 p.m. from 2012. And if that's not enough, Brady's Pats matchup with Matt Ryan's Falcons in Super Bowl LI at 7 p.m. on FOX Sports 1.

The Super Bowl LI replay features one of the most riveting Super Bowls of all-time, the greatest comeback and, of course, one of the best dynasties in all of sports.

The fun starts on NBSCN with Brady's Patriots on the other end of a Manning-led comeback for the Colts along with a Bill Belichick fourth-and-two call that's still talked about.

Finally at 9:30, Brees faces off with his former team, the Chargers, and takes aim at one of the NFL's most iconic records hold by one of the league's most revered figures -- the great Johnny Unitas.

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