In honor of Peyton Manning winning his second Super Bowl, possibly retiring, and finding out that he has the social tact of a hacksaw, we will dedicate this week to him. Advertisements
Congratulations to Von Miller and the Denver Broncos defense on carrying the remains of Zombie Peyton Manning to a Super Bowl win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday night.
According to a report from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Peyton Manning will indeed retire following Super Bowl 50.
Following Denver’s narrow 20-18 win over New England in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game, Peyton Manning and Bill Belichick had an interesting exchange at midfield.
The following statistical trend might be enough to make some New England Patriots fans vomit immediately.
The New York Daily News, that bastion of journalistic integrity, revealed its cover for Monday’s newspaper that will feature Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in anticipation of next Sunday’s AFC Championship Game between the Patriots and Broncos.
An investigative probe in a documentary by Al Jazeera revealed that numerous athletes including Peyton Manning received human growth hormone.
Denver survived Manning’s three interceptions to win 26-23 in overtime and as a result, Peyton received some pointed criticism. Such vitriol was not appreciated by Broncos running back Ronnie Hillman, who took to Twitter to express his frustration with the critics.
Would you believe that no quarterbacks have met more in regular season history than Tony Romo and Eli Manning? Even more than Manning and Brady, whom have been in the NFL since Lyndon B. Johnson was in office as President of the United States? Alas, it’s time to […]
Peyton Manning has famously struggled against Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots at times throughout his illustrious career. According to former Colts head coach Tony Dungy, perhaps one of the reasons for Manning’s struggles was the idea that he wasn’t alone in the visitor’s locker room at […]