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Bill Polian: Peyton Manning could 'immediately' be successful GM

Hall of Fame executive Bill Polian believes Peyton Manning has what it takes to be a success as an NFL executive. Polian, who drafted Manning and was the GM for his entire Colts career, believes that the quarterback could transition to a front office role successfully immediately, if he wanted to. “I believe he could very quickly fill the role that John Elway fills with the Broncos...
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Teammate gives Manning final completion ball from Super Bowl

Regardless of whether or not Peyton Manning decides to retire, he has one heck of a souvenir from the Super Bowl. Manning's last completion from the Denver Broncos' 24-10 Super Bowl victory over the Carolina Panthers was a pass on a 2-point conversion to Bennie Fowler. Fowler kept the ball, but he revealed on Twitter Tuesday that he returned it to Manning at the quarterback's request...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Was Peyton Manning’s performance the worst ever for a Super Bowl-winning QB?

Because the narrative dictates we do so, we’ll continue to say that “Peyton Manning won Super Bowl 50.” The reality, of course, is that the Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50. And while they didn’t necessarily win the game in spite of Manning, he didn’t do a whole lot to help. Manning’s 56.6 passer rating is the third-lowest for a winning quarterback in Super Bowl history...
Via The Comeback
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John Elway: ‘No deadline’ for Peyton Manning decision

John Elway says there’s no deadline for Peyton Manning to make a decision on retirement. The Broncos quarterback has yet to announce a decision on his future, and Elway says the team isn’t rushing him to do so. Asked if there's a deadline for a Peyton Manning decision, John Elway says, "No, there's no deadline." — Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) February 9, 2016 Of course...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Twitter, Facebook report engagement decline during Super Bowl

Super Bowl 50 had plenty of storylines worth discussing, from Peyton Manning’s potential final game to various refereeing controversies to Cam Newton’s mere existence. But despite all that, both Twitter and Facebook reported dramatic drops in chatter about the game as compared to during last year’s contest, according to Re/code. Facebook reported that 60 million people...
Via The Comeback
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Budweiser: Peyton Manning not paid for Super Bowl beer plug

Peyton Manning decided to drink Budweiser after leading the Denver Broncos to victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 because he likes the beer; not because he likes the money (that the beer makers never gave him). That was Budweiser’s take on a postgame interview Manning did with CBS’ Tracy Wolfson, in which he said he planned to “drink a lot of Budweiser tonight”...
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Peyton Manning’s legacy doesn’t change with Super Bowl 50 victory

Only a 400-yard, four-touchdown march to victory or a five-interception fall into despair was going to affect Peyton Manning’s legacy following Super Bowl 50. That he ended up having a fairly forgettable game and riding a strong defensive effort to his second Super Bowl ring was simply a narrative confirming itself. If he does indeed retire now, Manning’s legacy ends with...
Via The Comeback
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Peyton Manning gives Papa John a kiss after game

If you guessed that the first person Peyton Manning would celebrate with after winning the Super Bowl would be Papa John, come down and collect your prize. Because that is exactly what happened after Manning and the Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50. I know, I know. You’re thinking that you can’t escape this Papa John clown. You have to see him in commercials first and now...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Five biggest boneheaded plays of Super Bowl 50

A game that could be defined by stellar play on the defensive side of the ball and two offenses that couldn’t get out of their own way, the Denver Broncos defeated the favored Carolina Panthers 24-10 in a poorly played Super Bowl 50. Looking at how each team struggled on offense, here are the five biggest boneheaded plays from Sunday’s big game. Cam Newton will find himself...
Via Sportsnaut
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Levi's Stadium's field problems continue in Super Bowl

Super Bowl fields are supposed to be pristine; a non-issue when the weather is as perfect at it is for Super Bowl 50. However, this is the San Francisco 49ers home field and Levi’s Stadium has been notorious for bad footing from the day it opened. Not surprisingly, players haven’t been too happy with the field during Super Bowl 50 either — specifically those in Denver Broncos...
Via The Comeback
2 days ago  |  Discuss

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