The best there is

fins4mefins4me Posts: 14,487 AG
I do not know if you guys have been watching any of the Broncos games this season,,, if not you should check them out. What Peyton Manning is doing this year is unlike anything I have ever seen on a football field. There is no doubt that he is performing at a level that has never been seen in the NFL. Not sure how long it can continue (38 yrs old and held together with duct tape and cable ties) but right now it is a show to see him dismantle opposing defenses.
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  • MARLIN44MARLIN44 Posts: 1,223 Officer
    Why Denver ever released Timmy for this guy I'll never know...:huh
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  • CalusaCalusa Posts: 11,881 Officer
    Peyton Manning is an awesome quarterback. Hell of a good team he plays on too. I really like the guy - class all the way!
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  • magotmagot Posts: 6,640 Officer
    Calusa wrote: »
    Peyton Manning is an awesome quarterback. Hell of a good team he plays on too. I really like the guy - class all the way!

    Whats not to like? Good guy. Funny. Great family. Best QB ever.

    Yet there's folks hating on him. I don't get it.
  • BayGatorBayGator Posts: 1,496 Officer
    MARLIN44 wrote: »
    Why Denver ever released Timmy for this guy I'll never know...:huh

    Good grief let it go ****.
  • upacreekupacreek Posts: 1,083 Officer
    He really put on another clinic. Best in the game right now.
  • Cane PoleCane Pole Stuart, FLAPosts: 9,798 Admiral
    He sure is making it look easy!
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  • FlashFlash Posts: 11,175 AG
    Looking like he'll win a first round playoff for them this year. Not many other teams looking very consistent as them. That said, go Dolphins and ANYONE but the Patsies.
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  • MARLIN44MARLIN44 Posts: 1,223 Officer
    Cup and stroke big guy...
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  • upacreekupacreek Posts: 1,083 Officer
    http://theredzone.org/BlogDescription/tabid/61/EntryId/37763/Eagles-Defenders-Were-Yelling--Papa-John-s--At-Peyton-Manning/Default.aspx

    Eagles Defenders Were Yelling 'Papa John’s' At Peyton Manning

    It seemed like every time Peyton Manning yelled “Omaha!,” the Eagles would jump offsides. So perhaps Eagles defenders tried a little yelling of their own, CBS Philly reports.

    Eagles players were heard yelling ‘Papa John’s,” prior to Manning snapping the ball during the Broncos 52-20 win. Manning is featured in Papa John’s commercials, and owns several franchise locations of the pizza delivery restaurant.

    “Well I know—I think I might have heard Papa John’s once, but I don’t know who said it, I mean that’s kind of funny,” Eagles linebacker Connor Barwin told 94WIP’s Michael Barkann and Ike Reese on Monday. “When any quarterback goes and talks at the line or any center, they start yelling ‘Mike’s 59′ or ’98′s the 4th down’ where they try to figure out the protection, we, on defense, we start, like I’ll say—if they start yelling ’98′s down, meaning I’m the fourth rusher, I’ll start yelling ’59′s down’ because it just confuses them. We can say, we tell the referee that we’re changing who our fourth is upon what they say. So that kind of stuff happens all the time when quarterbacks are making calls and defenses are trying to make calls back.”
  • fins4mefins4me Posts: 14,487 AG
    and again

    The best there is
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  • magotmagot Posts: 6,640 Officer
    Yup. But ol' Romeo stepped up his game. You can bet Payton's gonna spend some time in the film room. (Just like black Jesus th_tooth.gif)


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  • BayGatorBayGator Posts: 1,496 Officer
    He is very very very good. Some of his passes threaded a very small needle. If you need to win a close game, don't go with Romo.
  • SeminolekenSeminoleken Posts: 3,489 Captain
    MARLIN44 wrote: »
    Why Denver ever released Timmy for this guy I'll never know...:huh
    BayGator wrote: »
    Good grief let it go ****.

    You have to be kidding right?

    Were you not here after Peyton and the Broncos lost the playoff game last year? Or read the barrage of comments since?
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  • GA FinGA Fin Posts: 8,956 Admiral
    BayGator wrote: »
    He is very very very good. Some of his passes threaded a very small needle. If you need to win a close game, don't go with Romo.

    Blaming Romo?

    Did you watch the game?

    He had one of the best performances by a quarterback in NFL history. He had better numbers than Peyton Manning(one of the best NFL QB's ever), his team scored 48 points(5 TD's/1 INT, 500+ yards passing, 140+ QB rating), and you blame ROMO?

    You need to go to football school, because you clearly do not understand the game.
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  • BayGatorBayGator Posts: 1,496 Officer
    I understand Romo threw an interception and got beat. But hey, he had good stats, all but the one that matters. I guess at your school of football it does not matter if you win, only how the stats look. Go back and read Vince Lombardis famous speach about losers and second place. Romo fits perfectly.
  • GA FinGA Fin Posts: 8,956 Admiral
    BayGator wrote: »
    I understand Romo threw an interception and got beat. But hey, he had good stats, all but the one that matters. I guess at your school of football it does not matter if you win, only how the stats look. Go back and read Vince Lombardis famous speach about losers and second place. Romo fits perfectly.

    You need to learn about the game if you think you can pin a loss on one interception when the defense gave up 51 points.

    My point is that Romo pulled his weight in the game, win or lose.

    Folks that don't know football will "moth to the candle" on that one play.

    Other folks, who know the game, will understand that one INT does not a loss make. Especially since the 12th best passing performance in NFL history, along with some great pass catching and a stellar job by the O-line is what got the Cowboys back in the game in the first place.
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  • bay20bay20 Posts: 1,490 Officer
    well at least my Cowboys made it a game told my buddy the only way the cowboys were going to win was to out score Peyton. Wished Romo had check that last past to Murray but didn't oh well. Peyton is a machine really incredible he has only one ring, think he will bet getting the second one this year. One upside Peyton is my Fantasy Football QB and just like the Bronco's I am 5-0
  • WhyWorkWhyWork Posts: 266 Deckhand
    If Romo is a loser for throwing one INT, what will that make the Jaguars next week. 28 point underdogs, new NFL record and we lost our best OF tackle.
  • bay20bay20 Posts: 1,490 Officer
    All I know is Peyton is going to have a field day with that defense jaguars are toast.
  • BayGatorBayGator Posts: 1,496 Officer
    GA Fin wrote: »
    You need to learn about the game if you think you can pin a loss on one interception when the defense gave up 51 points.

    My point is that Romo pulled his weight in the game, win or lose.

    Folks that don't know football will "moth to the candle" on that one play.

    Other folks, who know the game, will understand that one INT does not a loss make. Especially since the 12th best passing performance in NFL history, along with some great pass catching and a stellar job by the O-line is what got the Cowboys back in the game in the first place.

    I know the game, not nearly as well as you though with all the experience you have in stats and jock sniffing a loser. So since the interception did not lose the game for the Cowboys maybe you can enlighten the rest of us who don't understand the game which play we should look at. I will give Romo credit for the exceptional stats he put up, all until the last pass he threw THAT LOST THE GAME FOR THE COWBOYS 12TH BEST PASSING PERFORMANCE IN NFL HISTORY = LOSS AT THE END OF THE GAME. I guess by your logic the field goal to win against Tennessee Saturday is not the play we should look at as far as what won the game but all the other plays leading up to that. So dumb.
  • anglingarchitectanglingarchitect Posts: 1,492 Officer
    BayGator wrote: »
    I know the game, not nearly as well as you though with all the experience you have in stats and jock sniffing a loser. So since the interception did not lose the game for the Cowboys maybe you can enlighten the rest of us who don't understand the game which play we should look at. I will give Romo credit for the exceptional stats he put up, all until the last pass he threw THAT LOST THE GAME FOR THE COWBOYS 12TH BEST PASSING PERFORMANCE IN NFL HISTORY = LOSS AT THE END OF THE GAME. I guess by your logic the field goal to win against Tennessee Saturday is not the play we should look at as far as what won the game but all the other plays leading up to that. So dumb.

    It was only one interception true, but when and where it happened was sort of important. I told my son it was going to happen, (Romo pick) because it's what he does, he has a history of playing well and in this case playing a fantastic and losing.
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  • bay20bay20 Posts: 1,490 Officer
    BayGator yes Romo pizzed it away but if you watch the game, the defense is what cost them couldn't sack Manning or pressure him heck the only time they got to him they got his facemask. No won't put this on Romo if you look at the interception and watch his feet one of his lineman just about trip him. This one is on Monte Kiffinn's horrible defense.
  • BayGatorBayGator Posts: 1,496 Officer
    The Denver defense was no better. Total yards ended up being 517 to 522 so the defensive play is a wash. I know you guys have watched plenty of Romo led chokes over the years, so why is this one any different to you? Is it just because he had a great game up until the interception? Spin it however you like, he choked and cost the team a game, not the defense.
  • CalusaCalusa Posts: 11,881 Officer
    Peyton Manning is still the best QB in the NFL. He's phenomenal.
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  • Cane PoleCane Pole Stuart, FLAPosts: 9,798 Admiral
    Peyton looks like the best ever right now.

    Romo is still a ****!
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  • bay20bay20 Posts: 1,490 Officer
    BayGator wrote: »
    The Denver defense was no better. Total yards ended up being 517 to 522 so the defensive play is a wash. I know you guys have watched plenty of Romo led chokes over the years, so why is this one any different to you? Is it just because he had a great game up until the interception? Spin it however you like, he choked and cost the team a game, not the defense.

    yeah he choked just like Driskel did against the canes
  • BayGatorBayGator Posts: 1,496 Officer
    Yes, just like that.
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