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    a dominant defense can make any all time great quarterback look ordinary. look at what the giants defenses in the 80s and in the 90 championship game did to montana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy333 View Post
    Think he was beaten by a great defense and the Broncos defense was horrible. The Seattle defense deserve credit for causing those turnovers. Don't just make it like he was making bad throws on his own.
    He threw the ball terribly tonight. The two picks were horrendous. The safety in the beginning of the game was horrendous. Wearing gloves when it's 40 degrees out? Please.

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    So you thought that was a good snap to start the game? Both interceptions where caused by great defense. They where the best defense all year long. This was not a big surprise really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy333 View Post
    So you thought that was a good snap to start the game? Both interceptions where caused by great defense. They where the best defense all year long. This was not a big surprise really.
    How do you know the snap wasn't Peyton's mistake? The INT's were horrendous throws. I know the one ball was tipped, but where the hell was he going to throw that ball to in the first place?

    I am not saying that Peyton is a bad QB. He is a top 5 QB of all time. But he is never going to be in the argument for #1 ever again after tonight's performance. It's as simple as that.
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    How do you know the snap wasn't Peyton's mistake? The INT's were horrendous throws. I know the one ball was tipped, but where the hell was he going to throw that ball to in the first place?

    I am not saying that Peyton is a bad QB. He is a top 5 QB of all time. But he is never going to be in the argument for #1 ever again after tonight's performance. It's as simple as that.
    Because the snap went flying way over Peytons head!!! Duh!!!

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    Didn't that snap go way over his head? Again, the defense made those throw look bad. That defense is that good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L.T.56 View Post
    a dominant defense can make any all time great quarterback look ordinary. look at what the giants defenses in the 80s and in the 90 championship game did to montana.
    Look at our 2007 team. Laid out Romo, Favre, and Brady back-to-back-to-back. Okay, maybe it isn't laying out Montana, Marino, and Elway, but still, they're all good QBs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCHOF View Post
    He threw the ball terribly tonight. The two picks were horrendous. The safety in the beginning of the game was horrendous. Wearing gloves when it's 40 degrees out? Please.
    Payton didn't make bad throws on his own. His arm was hit just as he was releasing the ball and that was not by a Bronco. It was by the Seachickens defense. It's very difficult to make a good throw with someone in your face, pushing your arn in the opposite direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorothy View Post
    Payton didn't make bad throws on his own. His arm was hit just as he was releasing the ball and that was not by a Bronco. It was by the Seachickens defense. It's very difficult to make a good throw with someone in your face, pushing your arn in the opposite direction.
    Turns out nobody can throw the ball well when your **** is getting pushed in. Look at Tom Brady in 2007...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCHOF View Post
    He threw the ball terribly tonight. The two picks were horrendous. The safety in the beginning of the game was horrendous. Wearing gloves when it's 40 degrees out? Please.
    he also missed on 5-6 throws where the wr got separation. one of them was early-ish that should have been a huge play/td the wr got behind earl thomas and inside sherman. he missed several throws badly tonight.

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