A few years back, I posted a look at Brett Favre’s place in history through unusual means. It’s time for an updated rundown of who makes the cut.
Barack Obama tweeted this picture on Monday of him throwing a pass downfield while paying tribute to Friday Night Lights in the process. I’m somewhat skeptical of Obama’s throwing motion. If this throw was unleashed during a game, I believe it might have too much air under it and […]
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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.
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