Found August 16, 2012 on
When I wed my beautiful bride nearly a decade ago, I married into her rabid fanaticism for the Denver Broncos. I have adopted the team as my own. But never in our eight year marriage have both of us been so unexcited about an upcoming season at Mile High Stadium.
Peyton Manning is just not our guy.
I know he had a stellar career with the Indianapolis Colts, a Super Bowl champion, multiple Pro Bowls, league MVPs; the list of accolades goes on and on. Plus, he is a likeable guy.
Even likeable guys, though, become annoying when they appear in every other commercial during NFL games. From hawking Gatorade to Sprint to DirecTV, Manning is more overexposed than the Kardashian clan.
An even bigger concern is his ongoing health and readiness. He's 36 years old. That's enough to make you worry right there. Then you add that Manning has had at least three surgical procedures on his neck, including a cervical neck fusion, and it's clear that there's cause for concern.
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Eli Manning just threw an interception to LaRon Landry of the New York Jets. Manning totally missed his wide receiver and directly hit Landry right in his hands on a magnificent overthrow. Landry, formally of the LSU Tigers, is known for his hard hits and not necessarily for his coverage skills. The Superbowl winning quarterback Manning would probably like to have that throw back...
(AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
We got our first look—albeit brief—at Peyton Manning in orange (white) and blue last week when the veteran quarterback played one series in Denver’s preseason opener against Chicago. On Saturday, we’ll get a larger sampling size to disect.
Coach John Fox noted earlier in the week that the starters will play into the second quarter against the...
Denver, CO. It’s amazing how one man can shift the tide for an entire division in the NFL. Peyton Manning has that kind of power. Once everyone learned that he had chosen the Denver Broncos as his new home, the aftershocks were felt for weeks throughout the entire league. It seemed to instantly vault the Broncos into contender status, and the AFC West got quite a bit stronger...
The incumbent starting quarterback of the New York Jets took another step forward Thursday to assert his role as the de facto leader of the team.
Every season RDM obsesses on the NFL team win total over/unders. It’s one of the more fun bets in all of sports. A single well-placed bet turns an otherwise random team into a must see weekly event. Today we look at the 2012 New York Giants .
The number: 8.5
Eli Manning is a ******* winner. That point has been proven again, and again, and again. The rest of this division is filled...
I make 12 Player Predictions going into the 2012 Fantasy Football season!
Prediction: Manning starts all 16 games in 2012
Peyton Manning plays in all 16 games – At first I doubted the idea that Peyton Manning could return to his 2010 form of 4,700 yards and 33 TDs in his first year back, but I am starting to come around. As the title states I believe Manning will start...
It's Peyton F'ing ManningPhoto Credit: Jeffrey Beall
In 2011, somewhere between 800 and a 100 billion dollars was gambled on the NFL. I don’t know what this tells you, but it tells me that the people in our great nation like having a little action on their football. And guess what? So, does this guy.Last year my wife took half. This left me owning two things. My dog and...
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning told Jim Rome on Rome "My arm has a lot of yards and a lot of touchdowns on it, so it's probably not going to be the same as it was when it was 22, but I still think it can complete some passes."Fantasy Spin:Manning looked a little rusty, but healthy in the Broncos first preseason game. If he and the receiving corps get on the same...
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One writer puts together a seething fake letter from John Elway to Denver Broncos fans regarding Tim Tebow. Much of it rings true, but the fading Tebowmaniac in me would have responded with, “Yeah, but he wins. He took a team that lost 20+ games in two seasons and went deep into the playoffs.” 2011 is a season I’ll cherish forever. [New York Times...