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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy333 View Post
    Did Peyton play bad or did the defense make him play bad? Looked like the defense made him play bad. Give credit to the defense rather than try to put down Peyton.
    Seattle's defense really closed in on the screens quickly, and their coverage was good as well. They also got away with alot of grabbing, as usual.

    But, Manning was a little off, and the gameplan was baffling. The Denver receivers should have challenged the Seahawks secondary in man situations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy333 View Post
    Didn't that snap go way over his head? Again, the defense made those throw look bad. That defense is that good.
    It was clearly a miscommunication. Peyton was walking up to center and wasn't ready at all when the ball was snapped. Could have been the center's fault, but I'm not sure how anyone on this MB would know whether the miscommunication was the QB's fault, the center's fault or both.

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    People argue Brady doesn't play this bad etc. He has a much better coach. John Fox sucks big time. 2 weeks to prepare and he brought nothing to the table.

    Peyton played a lot like Brady two weeks ago. Missing open players left and right. It's crazy how Peyton was flawless against them and the complete opposite last night.
    Eli Manning is better than your quarterback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy333 View Post
    Did Peyton play bad or did the defense make him play bad? Looked like the defense made him play bad. Give credit to the defense rather than try to put down Peyton.
    DEFINITELY. +1 LOB defense won that game. They manhandled and shut down Denver. Nothing PM could do. They had his plays down to the T. Denver should have run the ball more to take away that LOB advantage and create some confusion.... easy to say from my couch, Huh???
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    the only problem with Peyton is that he shuts his eyes when getting hit and does not take the sack.

    Denver's tackles were eaten alive too. i think those are the guys who should have been co-MVPs. it's because of them that the turnovers came

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