Oh yeah. 2013 AFCCG in Denver, a key 3rd down completion to Julius Thomas vs Jamie Collins helped Peyton and folks get a key first down and prolong a drive. In the 2015 AFCCG, he picked on Jamie Collins twice for 2 TDs to fellow old man Owen Daniels. Is it any co-incidence Belichick knew what he was doing when he traded away "stiff hips" Jamie Collins?
Then, he saw Eli Manning complete an outside shoulder throw to Plaxico Burress in the 2007 SB for the winning TD, Eli does the same thing with OBJ in the 2015 regular season game (Pats tend to do a man coverage with outside CB with a Cover 2 shell close to the end zone, so you cannot attempt a slant inside easily because the safety closes fast), but OBJ catches it and Malcolm Butler at the last moment knocks it out, incomplete upon review, same side of end zone as Plax. It was the other side of the end zone that Lee Evans could not hold on to the pass vs Sterling Moore that Flacco threw in the 2011 AFCCG that they went from possibly winning with a TD to a missed Billy Cundiff FG. Then Peyton is on the bench with Osweiler starting in 2015, he mentions to Brock at half time (according to Brock post-game) about the outside shoulder pass in the end zone, and Brock completes it to Andre Caldwell for a TD pass, same side as Plax and OBJ. If I can remember these tendencies I see of the Patriots, imagine what Peyton's brain must have retained. Ultimately, even if you know it is coming, it is always about execution and wanting it more.