The Peyton Saga Continues...

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  1. TitanJeff

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    There's more to be great than just being great at something. And being great needs no promotion, apologies or excuses.

    And BTW, Archie needs to stay home on the La-Z-Boy and STFU.
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    Archie needs to learn to stay on the sidelines....in the shadows...in the back of the crowd with his mouth shut. I have been an Archie fan...my father, a die hard Ole Miss fan starting in the 60s, took me to see Archie play a couple of times. I liked him.

    Now he has been placed on some iconic shelf that seems to afford him the luxury of hammering anyone that criticizes his two sons. He has no business criticizing Bradshaw. TB simply said what others in front of the cameras wont because they have no spines...he lacked leadership....that is a fact he clearly has shown whenever he faced adversity like this.

    Peyton has obviously bought the media's version of himself..that he is the best to take a snap and now he has to face the fact that maybe he is simply one of the best...tough row to hoe....
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    I liked this part...:ha:

    and this part too...
    that's good stuff...:sad2:
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    And between the two, which one is sought for opinion every Sunday?
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    Good article, pretty balanced... Any colts fans willing to admit it?
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    That was a pretty good article. Manning has to loosen up if he ever expects to win the big one. I can see what the article is saying about him taking the burden on his shoulders, but his attitude is secretly like someone robbed him of something that was already his, which it wasn't. Oh yeah, and they did have "protection issues."

    Vanderjagt handling it better is rather shocking.
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    If Dave was holding the Colts would be hosting Denver

    Did you hear about the 47 yarder he nailed outside the David Letterman studio?
    I heard he did it in slacks and dress shoes...Split 'em...:ha: :))

    http://www.tsn.ca/nfl/news_story.asp?ID=151602
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    ''Peyton is the Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan of football,'' said Vanderjagt. ''I'd give him a little leeway. . .'' - Mike Vanderjagt

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    More like the Phil Mickelson...
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