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#2018782 - 02/03/14 07:15 AM Re: Peyton Manning [Re: bbo]
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I was going to predict before the game that BBO was going to be happy.Of course I wasn't for sure or I would have been in Vegas.
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#2018783 - 02/03/14 07:51 AM Re: Peyton Manning [Re: BigRedOne]
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I'll let the words of our resident football expert speak on my behalf. I can't say it any better, except to say that I thouroughly enjoyed that beatdown, from the opening kickoff coverage where that midget Trindon Holliday got slammed down at the 15-yardline, to the very next play of the ball sailing by the bugged-eyed wussie QB, to watching same QB CLOSE HIS EYES every time he threw a INT, all the way to the end. "Satisifying" is not a good enough word. More like "Yep."

 Originally Posted By: BigRedOne
Great "Numbers" indeed! Peyton Manning is the greatest REGULAR season QB of all time!

Might have been a good idea to save some of that luck and "sandbag" TD's for the Playoffs.

I'll still take Montana and Brady, because I prefer to hold up multiple Title Rings as well as have the great numbers.

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#2018784 - 02/03/14 07:57 AM Re: Peyton Manning [Re: goldenhawk]
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 Originally Posted By: goldenhawk
I was going to predict before the game that BBO was going to be happy. Of course I wasn't for sure or I would have been in Vegas.


It may come as a surprise, but Vegas does not yet carry a line on whether or not "BBO is happy." But I guess it could happen if enough attention is thrown my way.

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#2018800 - 02/04/14 05:56 PM Re: Peyton Manning [Re: bbo]
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Vegas does have a line on that.Its 100 to 1 against.
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#2018802 - 02/04/14 07:51 PM Re: Peyton Manning [Re: goldenhawk]
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That's easy money. I stay happy because I'm in control of my own happiness. "Don't let anyone steal your joy."
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#2018900 - 02/20/14 02:27 PM Re: Peyton Manning [Re: bbo]
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I almost felt sorry for the guy. His Herman Munster like lack of mobility was really exposed.

No doubt had Roger been on the field it would have been a different story. Manning can for sure have his jock strap back now.

At least you "Stat Guys" can always take refuge in telling everybody how Peyton Holds the Super Bowel record for most completions, that's the important thing..... Right?
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#2018905 - 02/20/14 02:59 PM Re: Peyton Manning [Re: BigRedOne]
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 Originally Posted By: BigRedOne
His Herman Munster like lack of mobility was really exposed.


LOL. Really, I did laugh out loud.
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#2018979 - 03/02/14 09:31 AM Re: Peyton Manning [Re: bbo]
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I've said it a million times.... Put Manning, Brady etc in the 70's or early 80's and they get hit 100 percent more often and there numbers arnt even close to what they are now. When today's QB's get knocked around they all looked confused, Manning looked lost in the Super Bowl. You can argue all you want that the game is faster, players are bigger blah blah blah they sure arnt tougher! The very rules protecting today's quarterbacks are the rules that make them inferior in my mind, they spend weeks on end not getting touched and then a high octane defense like Seattle comes along and exposes there inability to adapt and take a hit. I get sick of football today, every other game some offensive record falls, I mean Nick freaking Foles threw 7 TD's in a game this year!!!! How impressive does Mannings records look when random guys do that.
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#2018982 - 03/03/14 04:07 AM Re: Peyton Manning [Re: 33rdStreet]
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I hear ya on that.

Even Josh freeman throws for 4,000
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#2018983 - 03/03/14 04:49 AM Re: Peyton Manning [Re: BigRedOne]
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Who is Josh freeman?
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