CBS announcers Jim Nantz and Phil Simms are on their way to becoming the voices of the Denver Broncos. The pair, who have called four straight Broncos games, will make it five in a row on Saturday when they step into the booth for the Broncos' 2012 NFL playoff match up vs. the New England Patriots.
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Denver's victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Wild Card round last weekend was the first time this season that Nantz and Simms were in attendance for a Broncos win, after Denver ended the regular season with three straight losses. With Nantz and Simms being CBS' No. 1 crew, a Broncos win over the Patriots would mean that Denver would end the season with the duo having called six games in a row.
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