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Peyten Manning is great player and he know always give credit to other players even if that mean to his opponent team. he said that the SD deserved to win. Great man.
 

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Well shoot, what else can he say without looking like a horse's rump.

I still think it's kinda funny that little brother is the one going to his division championship.
 

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Awesome QB and great guy who gives back. Glad to see Eli moving on this season, it's just harder to pull for Eli during the season since he is in the NFC.
 

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thats better than calling out his O-line like he did a couple years back after their playoff exit
 

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Hope he don't loose focus getting that new league going in the off season.
 

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That's why I'd rather he win. Brady is just too perfect. I'd rather ugly win. It makes me feel like there is some balance in the universe.
It's perfectly balanced as it is right now. Manning was groomed as a golden child from day one. The son of a QB, the #1 overall pick. Brady was an afterthought. A better QB than Drew Henson yet forced to share time by Michigan. Shunned to a 6th round pick even though he won a lot of games at Michigan including two bowl games. Had to work hard in camp to move up on the depth chart just to be the backup and when he got his chance earned everything he has.
 

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It's perfectly balanced as it is right now. Manning was groomed as a golden child from day one. The son of a QB, the #1 overall pick. Brady was an afterthought. A better QB than Drew Henson yet forced to share time by Michigan. Shunned to a 6th round pick even though he won a lot of games at Michigan including two bowl games. Had to work hard in camp to move up on the depth chart just to be the backup and when he got his chance earned everything he has.

100% correct about Brady, the guy has earned everything he's got.

But let's not pretend that Manning hasn't. He's about the 3rd or 4th best QB ever to play the game. At least right now.
 

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100% correct about Brady, the guy has earned everything he's got.

But let's not pretend that Manning hasn't. He's about the 3rd or 4th best QB ever to play the game. At least right now.
I'm sure Manning works his butt off preparing but that was pretty much his destiny since he was a kid. The situations are a bit different, Manning was never looked at as a "system" QB because he was a 6th round pick.
 

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I'm sure Manning works his butt off preparing but that was pretty much his destiny since he was a kid. The situations are a bit different, Manning was never looked at as a "system" QB because he was a 6th round pick.

Manning might have been recruited better because of his Dad, but him being the #1 pick in the first round was 100% due to his innate talents and abilities, which he worked on relentless. "Destiny" had nothing to do with it.
 

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Manning might have been recruited better because of his Dad, but him being the #1 pick in the first round was 100% due to his innate talents and abilities, which he worked on relentless. "Destiny" had nothing to do with it.
He's the son of an NFL QB who was groomed to be a QB from an early age by said NFL QB. He spent his childhood around NFL players. When I say "destiny" I mean that's what he was groomed for, from birth pretty much.
 
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