OK, so its Investco Field @ Mile High Stadium. Same loud fans, same thin rocky mountain air, same horse on the score board. Some strange stuff has happened in Denver in the playoffs, the latest being the Bailey interception and the Brown muffed punt. One common theme when looking back at home playoff games, we see that turnovers have made a HUGE difference in more than a couple of games. I submit that the spirit of the old Mile high magic is alive and well, as evidenced by Champs pick and the 5 NE turnovers. Denver is now 12-2 at home in the playoffs all time, outscoring their opponents by an average of 29.2-18.8. Can we expect this trend to continue on Sunday? 1977 vs Steelers: Denver capitalized on a blocked punt and a fumble recovery for two scores in the first half.1977 vs Oakland: Linebacker Bob Swenson intercepted a Stabler pass and ran to the Raiders’ 14. Morton then threw 12 yards to Moses for the Broncos’ final touchdown. 1987 vs Houston: A lateral pass from Warren Moon to Mike Rozier was fumbled, and Steve Wilson recovered for Denver on the 1. Gene Lang scored two plays later to give the Broncos an early 7-0 lead. Houston's next drive reached the Bronco 20-yard line before Mecklenburg intercepted a pass and returned it to the Denver 28. Elway hit Kay for 29 yards on the next play to move into Houston territory, and five plays later the same connection was made for a 27-yard touchdown pass, giving the Broncos a 14-0 lead.1987 vs Cleveland: Kosar and the Browns advanced to the Denver 8-yard line with 1:12 remaining, when Byner ran to the 3, but had the ball stripped by Castille, who recovered for the Broncos. Denver was forced into a fourth down situation with 13 seconds left, and punter Mike Horan carried the ball out of the back of the end zone for a safety, making the score 38-33 in Denver's favor.1989 vs Pittsburgh: Early in the third quarter, Denver NT Greg Kragen forced a Tim Worley fumble and CB Tyrone Braxton recovered for the Broncos on the Steeler 37. On first down Elway hit wide receiver Vance Johnson for a touchdown, tying the score at 171998 vs Miami: The icing on the cake was provided when Neil Smith picked up a fumble forced by Darrius Johnson at the Broncos’ 21-yd. line and ran it back 79 yards for his first career postseason touchdown.1998 vs New Your Jets: The Broncos defense — which deserved credit for keeping the Broncos in the game in the first half while the offense sputtered — forced six turnovers (including two interceptions by Darrien Gordon) on the day and held the Jets to 14 yards rushing on 13 carries. The four opponent fumbles recovered by Denver set a franchise postseason record.2005 vs New England: In another huge play, the Patriots line up for third-and-goal at the Broncos 5. Brady takes the snap in the shotgun rolls to his right and throws. The pass is intercepted by Bailey 2 yards deep in the end zone and he returns it all the way to the Patriots 1 where he fumbles out of bounds.