Peyton Manning

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  1. LaserT

    LaserT You have to have fun. Gold

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    This guy just gets better with age. Just dominant. Picking apart San Fran while setting the all time TD record. Fun to to watch an athlete dominate his sport.

    35-10 Broncos with still a whole half to go.
     
  2. Murcielago

    Murcielago Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast

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    Just added to his record for most 300 yard games, could add another to his record for 400 yard games soon.
     
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    doytch Well-Known Member

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    peyton manning looks as if he gets to be an ogre with uncontrolled forehead that is so big his helmet face always leaves a dent on him.
     
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    best losing face ever

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    collinsworth has set a world record for saying peyton manning tonight :wtf:
     
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  6. Turkeyneck

    Turkeyneck Howard's got one, not me VIP

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    If he played as well in the postseason as the regular season he'd have at least 5 or 6 rings already.
     
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    Fuck Manning. He's repeatedly blamed his postseason losses on teammates while taking credit for wins. Fuck him and the Papa John's pizza he rode in on!
     
  8. LaserT

    LaserT You have to have fun. Gold

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    "The Papa John's he rode on in" :snicker:
     
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  9. LaserT

    LaserT You have to have fun. Gold

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    Can't argue. He's like Clayton Kershaw in a way I guess. I mean he dominates Eli, but Eli has won two out of two Super Bowls. I just have to give it to Peyton as a player. He usually dominates the game when he's out there.
     
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    When has he ever done that you faggot?
     
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  11. BethsZygote

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    The best way to beat Payton Manning is to keep him on the bench.
    He makes pro bowl recievers.
    Look at the year Indy didnt have Payton.
    Football is a team sport, and his defenses consistently sucked.
    The coach he has the most TDs against??? The Hoodie.

    If Denver can keep an above average OL protecting him, He can probably play at least 2 more full years at a high level.
    His arm strength has looked a lot better this year vs last.

    my $0.02
     
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    I agree. What it comes down to is he refuses to trust his football instincts. All that prep and trying to outsmart the opponent works great in the regular season, but the postseason is different. Players step up the aggression and dig further within themselves. As a result, Peyton's script is shredded and he's forced to play by instinct. I'm a huge Broncos fan and grew up watching Elway do the opposite of Manning. He won by guts and athleticism. I wish Manning had more of that and just played football rather than trying to outwit his opponent. Still a great QB though no matter how you slice it.
     
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    Pressuring him is the best way to beat him. He makes mistakes when under pressure. That's how San Diego beat his best Colts teams. They pressured him. So did Seattle in the Super Bowl.

    I agree about his arm strength this season. It appears to be stronger than the last two seasons. He floated everything last year. He put mustard on a few throws tonight.
     
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    At this point I'm convinced that he will always rank behind Brady just like Marino ranks behind both of them.
     
  15. LaserT

    LaserT You have to have fun. Gold

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    Is that Brady? Holy shit!

    Poor Manning, that shot of the football bouncing off his giant head in last year's Superbowl will be his legacy in my mind.
     
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    Turtle Man Hello Darling Gold

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    And the patriots didn't cheat him every year
     
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    I agree that Manning is not clutch, but his comeback from his neck injury, especially at his age, has been phenomenal. If he plays a few more years, he could reach 600.
     
  20. SouthernListen

    SouthernListen I don't follow the crowd. Sorry about that. VIP

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    His throws looked better than they have in a while. His knowledge of who is where on the field at any time will allow him to play till 40 if he wishes.
     
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