NFL.com feature on Coach Cut and Peyton Manning's comeback
Toddler10-21 Jan 16, 7:09 a.m.
Manning is the greatest in the Regular season. # 1 Montana, Bradshaw. No way you put Brady ahead of Bradshaw because Bradshaw never lost a super bowl 4-0! #2 Brady,# 3 Young, #4 Elway, #5 Aikman. After that its all about regular season Stats, Manning, Farve, Marino. The defense, and Manning lost that game. Manning had his chance in OT.
BattlingBishop 5 Jan 16, 6:32 a.m.
^Peyton said he made a bad throw in the 2nd OT. Where ya been? I couldn't spot Toast Bailey in a lineup if I had too because his back was to us the whole game. Last Saturday, the Toastee Twins couldn't have covered bunk beds if they were king sized sheets.
Anybody who knows football knows Manning made a bad throw in the 2nd OT. He had plenty of help from his friends on the opposite side of the ball. As much smack as DBs talk every game, just figured they had it under control. NOT! It's bad enough to cost your team the game but even worse after jawing for over 5 quarters.
Just a reminder...Brady has 3 SBs, may get another, has played in 5 total. I don't care if he sits in a chair in the pocket & throws it. Re: Manning, his SB ring & 4 MVPs say, "Howdy!" He's one of the all-time greats...bottom line.
#1 - Brady or Montana
#3 - Manning
#4 & after - pick 'em
Just an fyi...picks aren't always on the QB.
Toddler10-21 Jan 16, 4:22 a.m.
But it did make it out of regulation. There is nothing you can do about what happened the previous 4 quarters. Face it Ship your boy CHOKED in OT, and yes the defense choked also. Mr. Perfect had two chances in OT. Not Mr. Perfect doing something stupid! What happened? He tried to make a throw he couldnt have made when he was twenty. Brady is a pocket passer. he cant make plays with his legs. You know it. When the pocket closes in on him, and Mr. Perfect, turf, pick, throw away here I come. Why did the Giants beat them in those two bowls? The high powered offense wasnt good those two nights. The safety said it was his fault. Did Mr. perfect say it was his fault in OT?
BattlingBishop 5 Jan 15, 6:51 p.m.
That game should have never made it out of regulation.
BattlingBishop 5 Jan 15, 6:45 p.m.
"The year the Colts won it wasnt that the year Brady broke his leg? We all know his record aganist Brady in the playoffs!" toddler
Now you're praising Brady. According to you, Brady can't handle defensive pressure.
Face it...Rahim Moore & Champ Bailey gave up so much yardage last Saturday that the Saints D was overheard saying, "We got this!" Thing is, it could have been much worse. Jacoby Jones & Torrey Smith likely made the HOF thanks to Moore & Bailey. Those two are a real Toaster's Delight.
BattlingBishop 5 Jan 15, 6:37 p.m.
"The greatest regular season QB in history made the dumbest pass of his career."
Thanks to the Sleeping Safety. Said RaNBYhim Moore after getting blistered & costing the Broncos the game,
"I'm taking the blame for it. Hey, I lost the game for us. It is what it is", Moore told the Denver Posts Mark Kiszla after the game on Saturday.
Toddler10-21 Jan 15, 11:14 a.m.
2009, was that the year Manning threw a pick six in the super bowl that cost them the game? The year the Colts won it wasnt that the year Brady broke his leg? We all know his record aganist Brady in the playoffs! Overall 9-11 playoff record. You guys praise this guy, and he is terrible in the playoffs.
Toddler10-21 Jan 15, 11:04 a.m.
The greatest regular season QB in history made the dumbest pass of his career. I wonder what Cut thought abt it? Better next year? He is always great in the regular season! Cold weather! Flacco sure played great in the cold weather! Sleeping safety! He had two chances in overtime to win it! Again great throw Peyton, only a Smart, and perfect QB could have made that throw!
Tar Heels Victory-Show No Mercer Jan 15, 10:22 a.m.
He did have a great year, but..
1. He cannot win in cold weather.
2. He made one of the dumbest passes in his career, which set Baltimore up for the win.
He will be even better next season!
BattlingBishop 5 Jan 14, 5:58 p.m.
What a great year he had. If not for a sleeping safety he's playing for an AFC Title.
903 mens national championships Jan 14, 5:28 p.m.
DURHAM, N.C. -- In 2011, with his contract situation in limbo and his rehab from several neck surgeries still ongoing, Peyton Manning didn't feel comfortable rehabbing with the Indianapolis Colts anymore.
It was then that Duke head football coach David Cutcliffe, Manning's old quarterbacks coach at the University of Tennessee, offered to work with the four-time NFL MVP to rehab and build back his arm strength.
Manning soon accepted.
Recently, the Steve Cyphers and the NFL Network featured the duo and the process the pair went through from December 2011 through March 2012 to get Manning back on the field.
The piece includes never-before-seen video of Manning's private workouts at Duke's facilities, including conditioning drills, throwing sessions and a complete play-by-play simulation of the 2009 AFC Championship Game between the Colts and Jets inside Duke's Pascal Field House.
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