Logan explains Manning's 'Omaha' call
Posted January 17, 2014
Steve Logan joined Joe Ovies in studio Friday to preview the NFL's Conference Championship games. The hottest of topics included Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning's "Omaha" shout.
As Logan described, when Manning says "Omaha," he is essentially telling the center when he wants the ball snapped. He will change it up throughout the game to throw the defense off.
But Manning isn't the only crafty QB in the AFC title game. It is hard to bet against Brady and Belichick in the playoffs.
On the other hand, while everybody talks AFC, Logan says that the NFC game is the better of the two.
The Seattle-San Francisco game is the Super Bowl match-up, Lodan said. These teams are good, strong and really know each other. This game will come down to coaching, special teams, and which team can minimize the mistakes.