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    Appreciate the HOF QB we have people

    Could be worse, you could have been watching Peyton choke in the playoffs his whole career.

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    I can't stand manning. He's a great player, and there are attributes of his that I wish Ben had, he's just such an ego maniac.
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    Quote Originally Posted by birtikidis View Post
    I can't stand manning. He's a great player, and there are attributes of his that I wish Ben had, he's just such an ego maniac.
    Are we talking about the same person? Manning has been nothing but class his entire career, and he has been two 2 SB and won one, not a complete choke. And how many points did he put up yesterday? Well, the returner did help, but still.

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    To win eleven in a row like the Bronco's did and then lose, is a tough pill for that team to swallow.
    Peyton is a great QB no question about that, to come back and play as well as he did during the course of the year is amazing, but thats all forgotten when you come up short like they did.

    Ben isn't the only QB to throw picks at critical times of the game as you seen, but Manning as great as he is had a habit of doing that in the biggest games.

    I wouldn't want to be on a Denver message board right now, they are probably tearing it apart.

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    Five years of Aaron Rogers:

    No playoffs, 1 and done, SB, 1 and done, 1 and done.

    Five years of Ben:

    AFCC, SB, no playoffs, 1 and done. SB.

    All these QBs are supposedly better than Ben, and yet they don't win enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash
    Appreciate the HOF QB we have people Could be worse, you could have been watching Peyton choke in the playoffs his whole career.
    Peyton chokes again. I find it amusing, Elway couldn't wait to get rid of Tebow and sign Peyton...and Peyton didn't take the Donks any farther than Tebow did!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradshawsHairdresser View Post
    Peyton chokes again. I find it amusing, Elway couldn't wait to get rid of Tebow and sign Peyton...and Peyton didn't take the Donks any farther than Tebow did!
    Good point, and I wonder if San Fran is happy they didn't get him and chose Colin K in the draft. He had a game and a half today.
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    I'd appreciate the Steelers HOF quarterback except he hasn't played since 1983.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papillon View Post
    I'd appreciate the Steelers HOF quarterback except he hasn't played since 1983.

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    OK, so Roethlisberger can't be inducted until five years after he retires, sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBR96A View Post
    OK, so Roethlisberger can't be inducted until five years after he retires, sorry.
    I was just having some fun. He'll be a first ballot.

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