Broncos vs Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII

 

Arguably the two best teams in football are meeting in Super Bowl XLVIII. The game will feature the No. 1 offense in football in the Denver Broncos vs Seattle’s No. 1 defense. Both teams were also the No. 1 seeds in their conferences. All anyone is going to talk about is Peyton Manning’s legacy. The pressure will be on him to get the job done and a second Super Bowl title will secure his place in history as one of the best if not the best quarterback in Super Bowl history. A big storyline is going to be the weather. Manning carved up the Patriots Sunday afternoon and had a ton of zip on his throws like he was 30 years old again. The forecast was sunny, little wind and 60 degrees. There’s no denying that cold weather affects Manning’s throws. Manning is a 56.4 percent passer in cold postseasonRead More »

Steelers – Broncos Post Game Buzz: Manning’s mastery of making in-game adjustments on display in 31-19 win

 

Post-Game Buzz & Reactions In a back and forth game, the Pittsburgh Steelers were unable to slow down Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos offense in the no huddle and the Broncos played mistake free football in the second half, en route to a 31-19 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. “It was a tough defeat as they all are,” Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said on the loss. “I thought they made significant plays in second half of football game in all three phases. We lacked the significant play.”

Steelers – Thursday: McGahee one reason some Steelers feel Manning could be playing with best team in a few years

 

By Dale Grdnic PITTSBURGH — The scene is all too familiar to the Pittsburgh Steelers and their followers, as quarterback Peyton Manning breaks the huddle he begins pointing and shouting commands to his teammates. Some fans might believe that nonsense infuriates the Steelers, but those veterans interviewed this past week said they barely pay attention to Manning’s antics at the line of scrimmage. “Honestly, I don’t pay any attention to him,” Steelers free safety Ryan Clark said. “You just have to do your thing, but unless it’s something you can pick up on film … a trend from something he does, if you’re watching Peyton Manning you’re not focusing on what you have to do. “You can’t make adjustments every time he does something or says something. Sure, there’s something in there when he communicates with his receivers and his line, but most of it is just bull. I reallyRead More »

Peyton Manning wins third M.V.P.

 

Peyton Manning took home his third M.V.P. award and The Indianapolis Colts quarterback was a landslide winner Friday in balloting by a nationwide panel of 50 sports writers and broadcasters who cover the NFL. Manning threw 27 touchdowns this season and led the Colts to a 12-4 record. Source: Associated Press