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    I'm ready to call Peyton the GOAT if he wins

    Lets see if the potential GOAT can mount a comeback here.
    Eli Manning is better than your quarterback.

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    Not today.
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    Peyton's legacy as one of the greatest of all time is secure win or lose. But I'd say he'd probably move to the top of the list if he managed to come back from a 22-point deficit. But it's not looking good, so far.
    One of these teams is not like the others


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    Yeah....he's a goat all right...but for all the wrong reasons

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    Greatest athlete ever in any sport if he can do it here.
    Eli Manning is better than your quarterback.

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    Only a fool would think that Peyton's greatness is diminished by losing this game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roosevelt View Post
    Only a fool would think that Peyton's greatness is diminished by losing this game.
    You don't think that coming up short in the big game twice hurts him at all? People use that argument against Brady all the time, and he's never performed as badly as Peyton has in a Super Bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip Empty View Post
    You don't think that coming up short in the big game twice hurts him at all? People use that argument against Brady all the time, and he's never performed as badly as Peyton has in a Super Bowl.
    Brady came up short twice also.

    But this game proves that good defenses win superbowls even in a high scoring era.

    Seattle's D was just too fast for Peyton's floaters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip Empty View Post
    You don't think that coming up short in the big game twice hurts him at all? People use that argument against Brady all the time, and he's never performed as badly as Peyton has in a Super Bowl.

    No. Peyton Manning did not choke tonight. The entire Bronco team was eaten alive on just about every play.

    I can't pin this on Peyton, and I wasn't even rooting for him.
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    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.

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