Peyton Manning tells a bedtime story to little brother Eli to help prepare his younger sibling for tonight’s meeting with the Philadelphia Eagles. Advertisements
Today marks the third appearance of Peyton Manning in Philadelphia and we’ll celebrate such a special occasion with a live blog. The Colts, ravaged by injury, will attempt to take down the Eagles with some very special guests in attendance…
One of the Week 9 highlights will be Peyton Manning and the Colts paying a 4:15 visit to the Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. This marks just the third time Manning will play in Philly. He previous two efforts resulted in 44-17 and 35-13 wins in ’99 and […]
During Wednesday night’s marathon-length ESPYs, the Worldwide Leader trotted out a trailer spoof of The Blind Side featuring Sandra Bullock and Peyton Manning. The Dark Side wasn’t exactly a side-splitter but Manning does a bang up job with this stuff.
This motivational poster is courtesy of Patspropaganda.com. Poor Peyton. (Apparently, you can make these over at diy.despair.com. Hmm…sounds like I have some work to do.)
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Bill+Polian&iid=7837753″ src=”0/8/2/8/Super_Bowl_XLIV_f041.jpg?adImageId=10260090&imageId=7837753″ width=”380″ height=”290″ /] Earlier this week, Jason Whitlock of FoxSports.com wrote a piece about the greatest quarterbacks of all-time. While he might be a bit off about who ranks as the G.O.A.T. at quarterback, his placement of Manning at 8 is clearly within […]
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=peyton+manning&iid=7838135″ src=”d/e/2/0/Super_Bowl_XLIV_1394.jpg?adImageId=10056984&imageId=7838135″ width=”380″ height=”253″ /] Sunday night on the NFL Network’s Gameday Final with Rich Eisen, Deion Sanders, Michael Irvin and Steve Mariucci, Sanders relayed a conversation he had with actor Rob Lowe on the field prior to Super Bowl XLIV in Miami.
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=brett+favre&iid=7576793″ src=”e/d/7/c/Dallas_Cowboys_at_a65a.jpg?adImageId=9343542&imageId=7576793″ width=”380″ height=”217″ /] ESPN’s John Clayton talked about how we are in prime-time for legacy improvement for quarterbacks. Brett Favre and Peyton Manning in particular have the most to gain with a Super Bowl victory. In fact, Clayton believes that a ring for […]
While he did win Super Bowl XLI MVP, Manning posted one of the worst postseason runs for a Super Bowl winning quarterback of all-time. He threw three touchdown passes but posted seven interceptions and did not have a single game passer rating higher than 81.6. Despite slaying the Patriots on the way to winning the Super Bowl, something just seems missing from Manning’s resume.
He is missing THAT game. That hammer performance in a championship game. Montana had three monster Super Bowls; Unitas had the ’58 NFL title game; Brady had Super Bowl XXXVI & XXXVIII; Elway had back to back Super Bowls, both endearing in different ways. What is Peyton Manning’s defining postseason moment? The 2006 AFC title game? He was ok in Super Bowl XLI but far from lights out. He still needs THAT game.
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Peyton+Manning&iid=7452418″ src=”b/f/5/1/Indianapolis_Colts_v_5739.jpg?adImageId=8881113&imageId=7452418″ width=”380″ height=”256″ /] Despite all of the Drew Brees, Phil Rivers, and Chris Johnson talk, it was relatively obvious that the MVP award was Peyton Manning’s to lose. As it turns out, he didn’t lose according to Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.