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Peyton Manning man or myth?

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Myth.....
I think a little thing like trash talk and a cocky attitude got under his skin and it reverberated through the hole team..
When was the last time you saw Peyton try tooo fire the team up on the sideline?
Peyton = its all about me....turn in your vfl badge,bitch!

Edited by possumslayer, 03 February 2014 - 06:15 AM.


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Mods can or may change the thread title tooo" possumslayer threw Peyton under the bus then ran over him thread"......

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*Disowning arguably the best QB in human history from your university based on one game after he had the best season by any QB ever*

We'll gladly take him.
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View PostHFS, on 03 February 2014 - 06:16 AM, said:

*Disowning arguably the best QB in human history from your university based on one game after he had the best season by any QB ever*

We'll gladly take him.
not one game....every important game since his junior season at Tennessee......Peyton manning would be the equivalent of a herp outbreak on Brett Favres foreskin!

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he put that orange back on.
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View Postpossumslayer, on 03 February 2014 - 06:23 AM, said:

not one game....every important game since his junior season at Tennessee......Peyton manning would be the equivalent of a herp outbreak on Brett Favres foreskin!
Since his junior year at UT he's won an SEC championship, 5 MVPs, 10 division titles, 11 playoff games, 3 AFC titles and a Super Bowl.

Joe Montana lost a playoff game 49-3 in his prime, when you're playing a great team this can happen.
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Tom Brady is still better
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Perhaps Seattle was just better than Denver? I think Peyton is a better quarterback than Wilson, but overall Seattle beat Denver at every single position on the field. It wasn't Peyton's fault Denver lost as bad as they did, his O-line didn't provide much time or protection.

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Seattle pressured Peyton 147% more than the average team did to Denver all year.

Peyton had a 99 out of 100 QBR when he wasn't pressured.

There's no QB in NFL history that could've pulled this game out with Seattle playing that well.
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Some of it still falls on Peyton's shoulders though. The great ones find a way to put their team in a position to win. He missed key throws throughout the entire game, on the biggest stage, that a 2nd year player made all game long for his team.




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View PostMerlinsJizzSack, on 03 February 2014 - 08:09 AM, said:

Some of it still falls on Peyton's shoulders though. The great ones find a way to put their team in a position to win. He missed key throws throughout the entire game, on the biggest stage, that a 2nd year player made all game long for his team.
Come on, that's bullPosted Image.

The game was 29-0 before Russell Wilson did anything of note.
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View PostMerlinsJizzSack, on 03 February 2014 - 08:09 AM, said:

Some of it still falls on Peyton's shoulders though. The great ones find a way to put their team in a position to win. He missed key throws throughout the entire game, on the biggest stage, that a 2nd year player made all game long for his team.
Russel Wilson didn't exactly light it up....and the defense he was passing against wasn't even close to the level Peyton was.




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View PostWadeWilson, on 03 February 2014 - 08:03 AM, said:

Perhaps Seattle was just better than Denver? I think Peyton is a better quarterback than Wilson, but overall Seattle beat Denver at every single position on the field. It wasn't Peyton's fault Denver lost as bad as they did, his O-line didn't provide much time or protection.
So much this.  Yeah, Peyton looked like Jordan Jefferson in the 2012 BCS game--but so did the rest of the Broncos.

Seattle played an inspired game.
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Peyton's top three All time and MANY arguments can be made that he's number one.

The only two that might be better are Tom Brady and Joe Montana.

Literally the only number that favors Tom Brady against Peyton Manning is rings and congrats to Tom, but his defense stole the show in two of those games and hasn't won one since their cameras got exposed.

Joe Montana's stats would be better if he played today and had some great Super Bowl performances, but played in a time when parity in the NFL was a ridiculous concept. Walsh and co. built a powerhouse that rivals any dynasty in sports. In 4 super bowls, his defense gave up 16 points per game.
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View PostHFS, on 03 February 2014 - 08:11 AM, said:

Come on, that's bullPosted Image.

The game was 29-0 before Russell Wilson did anything of note.

View Postcocky4ever, on 03 February 2014 - 08:16 AM, said:

Russel Wilson didn't exactly light it up....and the defense he was passing against wasn't even close to the level Peyton was.
He made lots of plays where it mattered, on big third down situations. WIlson doesn't light it up but he does what he needs to. You don't need to be flashy to make good plays.
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